Nice post. If you look at the FA signings JD mainly signed young guys. With the exception of Moses and Curry at premium positions. If you look at what JD did on day 3 of the draft he took a flier on a lot of very athletic high upside players. The idea this year is to get those players reps not only as starters but practice reps. Signing a veteran CB would not only cost a roster spot but lower everyone's reps. This is an evaluation year where this years draft class and last will hopefully get enough reps in games snd practice where the FO can see who is likely to be part of the future. It is highly likely a lot if not most of these day 3 picks will be gone next year. But, if we can hit on 2 or 3 few Bryce Hall type starters that is huge. From all indications they seem to really like Pinnock, Dunn and Carter. The money we save on not signing more vets allows the FO to fill in more holes next year.