Mike Mayock graded each player in the draft on a scale of 0-100.
96-100 is a once in a lifetime player and a "future hall of famer" (only one this year is Luck), 85-95 is an immediate starter who should be drafted in the first round, and 70-84 is an eventual starter who should be drafted in the 2nd or 3rd round.
Mayock gave Wilson an 85, Randle an 86, and Hosley an 84. While 85 is a little low for a first rounder, I like that all of the guys we got are borderline potential starters for their rookie season. That's great value, especially in round 3. (Of course, because we don't really have any holes, I can't see any of them starting even if they all see significant playing time, but on some other teams any one of them could potentially start).