Green Bay Packers
1.30 DB Damarious Randall Arizona State: In a word, erractic. Wins the starting DB spot as a rookie, and as the year progresses, gives up more and more big plays. Entire second year was hampered by injuries, groin injury eventually costing him 5 games. Started third year poorly, getting benched and leaving the stadium against the Bears. After that, he was the best player in the secondary until week 14 when he took himself out of the game with a minor injury and would not suit up for the rest of the. Has above average ball skills, but probably better suited to safety than DB and is a major headcase. Traded for Deshown Watson and first pick of 4th round. Grade goes up from D+ to C- based on high upside.
2.30 DB Quinten Rollins Miami: As a rookie he looked like he might develop into a good nickle DB, willingly tackler, effective when blitzing and above average balls skills. Since then he looks lost, he looks all of his 4.5 speed, and hasn't shown the ball skills he did as a rookie. Also has missed 13 of the last 32 games. He might get one more shot just based on his high draft pick, low salary and the Packs complete lack of secondary depth.
3.30 WR/RB Ty Montgomery Stanford: Probably better at WR than RB. Has good hands and real good strength at WR, at RB, it just doesn't look like he can take the pounding to be an every down back. Seemed most effective when carries were limited and he was being used as receiving option out of the backfield matched up against LB's. Needs to be more durable.
4.30 LB Jake Ryan Michigan: Average, average, average. Good sure tackler, good moving forward, slow when moving to the sidelines and chasing. Okay in coverage. He's a 2 down player who won't beat you with a mistake but isn't going to make any OMG plays either.
5.11 QB Brett Hundley UCLA: Plan was to draft/develop/trade, but that went out the window after a 10 game sample where Hundley showed a lack of pocket awareness, below average accuracy(his targets didn't help him much) and just slow getting through his progressions. On the plus, he showed leadership skills, good attitude, running ability and did make some improvements as the season wore on(until last 2 games). His ceiling is backup and hope the starter isn't out for long.
6.30 RB Aaron Ripkowski Oklahoma: Last of a dying breed, the fullback. He's ok, but even with good strength he's not a thumper like William Henderson, nor multi-dimensional like Kuhn. Hasn't wowed on special teams either. Look for the team to bring in some competition for him but I think he get one more chance and plays out last year of his rookie contract.
6.34 DL Christian Ringo: Louisiana-Lafayette: Made no impact in 2 season, cut just before the third started. Currently on the Lions.
6.37 TE Kennard Backman Ala.-Birmingham: Saw ST action in 7 games. IR in 2016/injury settlement.
This draft was an absolute disaster. A talented but headcase DB who wore out his welcome, a project DB with big durability questions, an average ILB , average FB and a multi-positional WR/RB. 1 starter(ILB) and 2 situational players(Montgomery and Ripkowski). And this is why I bagged so much on TT, not because drafts like this happen, but because he wouldn't ever dip his toe into FA to find competition for the bottom of the roster, which most of these guys are.