I know people complain constantly about Jerruh and his skill as a GM and I will not argue that he hasn't always made the best decisions during his tenure as GM...however since 2010, him and his scouting staff have made selections at the top of the draft that are names that are already regularly called and forming the core of our team. 2010: People complain about Dez, but look at the players taken after him. Not a whole lot. Absolute HIT on Sean Lee in round 2. Multiple pro bowls in his future. 2011: Once Tyron gets acclimated to playing LT, he will be a perennial pro bowler. Bruce Carter has the potential with Lee to form the best ILB duo in the league within two years. Another shot at multiple pro bowls. Murray, while is appearing to possibly be injury prone, is an explosive power back, or in Merril Hodges words a "factor back" (I really hate that phrase by the way) 2012: Really too early to tell on Morris, but from what I've seen this year he has been holding his own as a rookie and I see the potential to grow into a player that is well worth a 6th overall pick. There is much room for improvement in the lower 2/3rds of the draft, but I will say it is nice to see us not completely squandering our high draft picks either by trading them (Galloway and Williams) or wasting them on players that never contributed to the team (Bobby Carpenter, Bennett etc) and actually getting impact players that are forming an extremely solid core for our future.