We need a QB, RT, OG, CB1, CB2, OLB, SS, DE. That's 7 holes to fill. Most drafts you are lucky if you get more than 2 full-time starters out of it. According to Draft Metrics(draftmetrics.com), statistics from 1993-2003 study:
62% of the players drafted played at least three years in the NFL
47% of the players drafted played at least five years in the NFL
30% of the players drafted were NFL starters for at least three years
21% of the players drafted were NFL starters for at least five years
ALTHOUGH HERE'S THE KICKER PEOPLE:
Using the starter definition described above (starter defined as a player who starts at least eight games), 14.5%, or one out of seven, of drafted players become starters in their rookie season.
So there's my case. Stats to prove it and all. Anybody care to comment?