Initial post, on Bloggingtheboys here.
Other shot. Not readable but shows the depth of each tier of prospects.
Has McCoy over Suh. Maybe it's the Sooner thing. Jerry always seems to like Sooners. Has Okung over Williams. Earl Thomas is obscured by Jerry's arm, presumably, but good value, there.
Golden Tate has a low 3rd round grade. The grading of players doesn't correspond to tiers of 32, and their group of guys graded as 2nd rounders -- perhaps players they'd be willing to take with their 2nd round pick? A later pick... -- is kind of low. But they have him as a low 3rd rounder.
They gave SF's 1st round pick, Anthony Davis, a 3rd round grade. And their 3rd round pick, Bowman, a 1st round grade.
Sean Lee and Dez Bryant are high on their board. Not that this is intentionally leaked, but I wonder whether any sort of revisionism is going on, here. Clausen is the last player in their 2nd round tier.
Though it's a shot late in the draft, most of the rounds already set. Why they would revise for the sake of fooling themselves, I dunno. No accounting for scouting, of course, but I am guessing they truly did have their two guys as 1st round grades. No accounting for style/systemic fit, as well, which I'm sure color their grading. Eagles trading up for Brandon Graham is the biggest reach on their board, but while I also thought it was a mild reach, that has to be in board on account of fit.
Alualu is a low 1st round grade, too, so that helps Gene Smith's case. Anyway, some interesting stuff.