I saw a couple of websites evaluating 2020 rookie classes and both had Miami very low. In spite of getting the most reps of any rookie class, we really didnt get any impact players with their 2020 production. With 4 picks in the top 50 this year, it got me thinking, do you trust him with those picks and are you satisfied with the job he's done? Reviewing History: He took over as GM in 2016. That draft he picked Tunsil, Howard, Drake and Grant which I'd call a home run except 2 of them aren't on the team. The 2017 draft was almost a complete bust except for Godchaux in the 5th round. I'd be hard pressed to call this anything but a complete failure. Our 2018 draft had Minkah, Baker, Gesicki, Smythe, Sanders which I'd call a home run except Minkah isn't on the team any more. I cant blame Grier because Minkah didn't want to buy in. In 2019, he took Wilkins, Van Ginkel and Gaskin which is a solid but not great draft. Probably the biggest question mark is 2020. So much hinges on Tua which we've got multiple threads on whether he's the answer and I dont want to turn this into one of those debates. Outside of Tua, Davis, Kindley and Hunt look like good picks based on their production and where they were taking. Jackson is young but really struggled last year. Iggy has elite athleticism but showed very little on the field. So what say you?