i think that was honestly one of hurney's more solid first three rounds. everything addressed a need. There's a theory that you really just want more picks because no one knows who will develop and who won't, but they got grier at a good spot so in my mind that takes the edge off trading another third.
i like to think you take the biggest strongest motherfugers and let them be coached, so im fine with taking little.
i dunno i think it was pretty solid. Even in 2007, even though beason and kalil turned out to be incredible, neither of them were drafted for their eventual position. Kalil was drafted to play guard, and Beason OLB.
addressed needs, no crazy trade ups, everyone is big enough to play their position, no ridiculous developmental players; good job hurn dog