Every draft has different strengths and weaknesses. I'm not sure why people try to debate that? This year was strong with DBs and weak at OL. QBs work the same way. Next year's class looks so strong to the majority of evaluators because of the depth. Some will rise and some will fall but we are talking a candidate pool of like 12 guys instead of 5. Obviously things can change but at this point last year we weren't talking about 12 guys potentially battling to be 1st rounders. It was Watson, Kaaya, Leidner and a few others. The names may change but there are just so many more in the pool next year (like DBs in 2017).
Next year looks to be a good RB draft to me too. There's 3-4 guy that will probably go in round 1.
Haven't the majority of evaluators shown they are awful at evaluating qbs? Why does anyone really put much stock in qb evaluations?
No position in sports is more wrongly scouted than qb.