"When you pick higher in the draft, you have a greater chance of hitting a home run. When you're picking lower, you're going to hit a lot of singles and doubles," DeCosta said. "Courtney Upshaw is a great example because he's been a really good player for us, but not a flashy guy. Really, a blood-and-guts, hard-nosed, tough, competitive guy. I look at Ben Grubbs as one of our great picks, but he's an offensive guard."