in the Draft? By "hits", I don't only mean star players, but players who fit certain roles successfully on the team for an extended period of time (let's say for 3-4 years). For example, it can be a punt returner/kick off returner who excels at his job, or a solid nickel CB. IMO, if in a normal year you have your full 7 picks (i.e., haven't traded any away), I would consider hitting on 3 picks as realistic - guys who can play a successful role on the team for 3-4 years. In our case this year, as of today, we only have 6 picks. I think if we hit on 3 of them (so 50%), that's realistic (though maybe slightly optimistic). If we hit on 4 of the 6, that's actually good. Anything over that would be considered very good/excellent. Given the gaps on our roster, I think we need to hit on AT LEAST 3 of the current 6 picks we have, if not 4 out of the 6 picks. What do you guys/gals think?