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THE NFL DRAFT GRADES

During the NFL Draft, each player is given a grade, which determines how they rank. Here is a look at the grades and what it all means.

Grades: 

Winston: 6.7

Mariota: 6.2

Fowler: 6.8

Cooper: 7.1

Scherff: 6.4

Williams: 7.5

White: 6.9

Beasley: 6.6

Flowers: 6.1

Gurley: 6.3

Waynes: 6.3

Shelton: 6.4

Peat: 6.2

Parker: 6.2

Gordon: 6.2

Johnson: 6.0

Armstead: 6.5

Peters: 5.9

Erving: 5.8

Agholor: 5.7

Dupree: 6.1

Ray: 6.6

Humphries: 6.2

Thompson: 5.6

Perriman: 6.2

Jones: 5.6

Tomlinson: 5.6

Dorsett: 5.8

Randall: 5.6




For the rest of the grades, please visit http://www.nfl.com/draft/2015/tracker?icampaign=draft-sub_nav_bar-drafteventpage-tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-grade 




So what does it all mean? I initially thought it was just a score based on their skills, kind of like on Dancing With The Stars.  It turns out that while I was wrong (big surprise!) I wasn’t too far off.




Here is what I found out, as per NFL.com:




What The Grades Mean:




9.00-10

Once-in-lifetime player

8.00-8.99

Perennial All-Pro

7.50-7.99

Future All-Pro

7.00-7.49

Pro Bowl-caliber player

6.50-6.99

Chance to become Pro Bowl-caliber player

6.00-6.49

Should become instant starter

5.50-5.99

Chance to become NFL starter

5.20-5.49

NFL backup or special teams potential

5.01-5.19

Better-than-average chance to make NFL roster

5.00

50-50 Chance to make NFL roster

4.75-4.99

Should be in an NFL training camp

4.50-4.74

Chance to be in an NFL training camp

NO GRADE

Likely needs time in developmental league

What do you think of the grades given out? Let us know in the comments!




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