Josh Sunderbruch is taking an in-depth look at a five year sample size of drafted players from the NFL Draft classes of 2011 to 2017 to get a better understanding on the type of production a team can expect depending on the round a prospect is drafted in.
How often do players make the Pro Bowl or an All-Pro team? How many end up solid contributors or busts? How many players get a 5th contracted year from their team?
In part one of his series he takes a comprehensive look at what is reasonable to expect from a drafted player based on the recent classes.
For part two he’s breaking things down on a per class basis to see how much overall quality variance there is from year to year.
Part three is Josh’s deeper look at which NFL positions potentially offer more value, while looking at some patterns general managers should consider when drafting.
In part four he breaks the board up into tiers to see where the value lies.
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