15. Kenny Vaccaro, S, New Orleans Saints Grade: -3.1 Snaps: 175
Analysis: The grade is perhaps harsher than it appears. Vaccaro has brought some playmaking and athleticism to the Saints secondary, but he's failed when used as a pass rusher (no pressure on 11 rushes) and earned slight negatives against the run and in coverage. Do his big plays make up for this?
18. Eric Reid, S, San Francisco 49ers Grade: +0.4 Snaps: 168
Analysis: You can't like the five missed tackles but with two picks and a pass break up he's proved an ample replacement for Dashon Goldson. Now it's up to him to prove he can be more than that.
32. Matt Elam, S, Baltimore Ravens Grade: 0.0 Snaps: 146
Analysis: The struggles of Michael Huff saw Elam promoted into the starting lineup quicker than most expected. He's been outshone by the excellence of James Ihedigbo but has performed in a solid manner so far.
This is a week 3 grade, but it's arguable that Reid has been the best safety from this draft (so far).