I'm hesitant to give a grade based on evaluations on these players because 1) I'd be lying to you if I told you that I watched one second of Asa Jackson's or Gino Gradkowski's game tape, and 2) I haven't gotten a chance to get to know any of these guys yet and get a feel for what makes them tick. But I do feel comfortable giving a grade based on how they tried to address needs. The offensive line was the big one, and in Osemele and Gino Gradkowski, they got two athletic, versatile linemen who should fit into their zone scheme. I loved the Courtney Upshaw pick. He will likely be the bookend edge rusher that will make things a little easier for Terrell Suggs. Streeter has a ton of natural athleticism, and if the coaching staff does its thing, he may end up being a steal. And most of these players bring something to the table on special teams, an area that John Harbaugh really wants to get in gear. Check back for my official grade in three years, but based on their draft-weekend maneuvering, I give them a solid B. I'm eager to see how some of these little-known prospects pan out, but team officials acknowledged they had missed out on other players they coveted. Down the road, we can judge how well they did reacting on the fly.