Until the new crop of NFL first-rounders hits the field, grading the first round of the NFL Draft is just educated guesswork.
Having said that, fans in Tampa Bay and Tennessee should be brimming with excitement as they welcome new starting quarterbacks. Others are left scratching their heads.
Below are four different grades for the 32 first-round picks in the 2015 NFL Draft:
A: Franchise-changing selection. A great value at key position of need.
B: An instant starter who contributes right away.
C: Solid pick but has a question of value, upside, risk or position of need.
F: A questionable selection with poor value and heavy risk.