I especially like this paragraph.
“We want to try to get starters in every round. That’s the goal. I firmly believe that is what we have to shoot for. You have to out-scout people. You have to out-work people. You have to watch more tape than the next guy. Each scout has to know his territory better than the next person. You have to have an eye for talent. You have to also know if a player is talented and if he will fit in the vision we have and the direction we’re going to go.”
This is in stark contrast to Polian who I sometimes felt made excuses because of where we were picking or how this draft was weak on talent. The jury will be out on Grigson, but he seems like a work-aholic which I really like.