Based only on 2012 performance, I would give the class a C+ in the aggregate. 1. Mo Claiborne: C+ An earlier poster said he was the third best rookie corner this season. I think that's generous - Mo was probably the 4th or 5th best rookie corner, but he was also asked to do the most. The others largely played with a lot of protection, and the best performances came from those who had excellent safety help, something Mo didn't have. You have to expect more from a guy who cost so much to acquire, so I'd say a mildly disappointing first year from a player who is likely to become a very strong starting cornerback within 1-2 years. 3. Tyrone Crawford: B A pretty good story of development. As he got more opportunities, especially in the tail end of the season, Crawford started to look like one of the top 3 5-techniques on our roster, which might not be saying much, admittedly. Still, for a 3rd round pick, 300 snaps and late season productivity is an acceptable haul. 4. Kyle Wilber: C- Very disappointed by Kyle's inability to make a mark on special teams, perhaps more than the fact that he never got good (or healthy?) enough to play any meaningful snaps. You can't expect the world from 4th round picks, but special teams production has to be on your list. 4. Matt Johnson: I Not willing to grade this guy. We know what we were getting into with this pick for season #1. We'll see if it was worth it. 5. Danny Coale: I Same deal. 6. James Hanna: B+ Above average special teams production and flashes of potential in the offense is exactly what you're hoping for from a 6th round flyer with strong physical characteristics and upside. Easily the best value in our draft class. 7. Caleb McSurdy: I Given an I out of politeness.