Whatever you or I think of Pete Prisco, I do agree with the idea that you cannot really grade a draft until later. Here's a link to his write-up: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/...08-draft-wrong-about-skins-right-about-chiefs and here are two cut-outs: "Draft grades on the day a draft ends are about as meaningful as a Reggie Bush tweet. Just kidding, Reggie -- like you were. We are asked to grade NFL Drafts the day they end -- hey, it's an era of immediacy -- which opens us up to a lot of criticism and scrutiny. The only real way to grade a draft is three years after it's over. So that's what I did with the 2008 draft. I looked back and studied each team's draft and re-graded how they did." ......... "Dallas Cowboys The Cowboys had six picks in this draft and five are still with the team. They had two first-round picks in running back Felix Jones and corner Mike Jenkins. Both have had their moments, but not enough. Jenkins was a Pro Bowl player in 2009, but struggled last season. Jones is inconsistent. Tight end Martellus Bennett, a second-round pick, has tons of potential but hasn't used it yet. The best pick might be fifth-round corner Orlando Scandrick, who has started at times but is coming off a good season as a nickel corner. Grade now: C Grade then: A"