The Kansas City Chiefs took CB Eric Murray in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft and at least one NFC team must think that's a heck of a steal. I was looking through some of the pre-draft articles and comments on Murray and this one via Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel stood out:
Three-year starter from Milwaukee Riverside. Answered the only remaining question at the combine by scoring 26 on the Wonderlic, 17 points higher than he did a year ago. The personnel man who theorized Murray just blew the first test off probably was right. In a crowded class of cornerbacks with almost no standout, Murray is carrying a second-round grade from one NFC team. "He's a starter," said one scout. "Tough, competitive ... he's fast enough."
To show you how varied these grades are, the Chiefs took DJ White in the sixth round and NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah thought he was a third round talent. So there are varying opinions on all of these players.
Murray is described to be tough as nails. I'm not saying he will be a star but these types of players who are ultra competitive and tough usually end up finding someplace to contribute, whether that's on special teams or in a subpackage as the sixth defensive back.