NFL Draft: Analyzing Every Draft Under Jerry Reese

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Oct 19, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver

Dez Bryant

(88) attempts to avoid the tackle of New York Giants cornerback

Prince Amukamara

(20) in the third quarter at AT&T Stadium. Dallas beat New York 31-21. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Report Card: 2011 NFL Draft

Drafted Players:

  1. Prince Amukamara, CB Nebraska (Rd. 1 19th overall pick)
  2. Marvin Austin, DT UNC (Rd. 2 52nd overall pick)
  3. Jerrel Jernigan, WR Troy (Rd. 3 83rd overall pick)
  4. James Brewer, OT Indiana (Rd. 4 117th overall pick)
  5. Greg Jones, LB MSU (Rd. 6 185th overall pick)
  6. Tyler Sash, DB Iowa (Rd. 6 198th overall pick)
  7. Jacquian Williams, LB USF (Rd. 6 202nd overall pick)
  8. Da’ Rel Scott, RB MD (Rd. 7 221st overall pick)

The Pattern Reveals Itself Once More

Amukamara has proven to be a good pick, though it took a while for the Giants to see it due to his inability to stay healthy at first in the NFL. The Giants though got so little value out of this draft class though it is pitiful.

The Giants have missed the playoffs for 3 straight seasons, and with drafts like this, the reason is getting quite clear. The Giants are drafting one starter per year essentially at this point in the Reese draft history. Find me a player other than Amukamara that has paid off from this draft class, oh wait you can’t.

Draft Grade: F

Next: Report Card: 2012 NFL Draft