I guess we look at a draft differently (in a way). While you always hope to get a player who is a perennial all-star, you also realize the odds are against you (especially if you don't have a top 3 pick.) If you can consistently come away with players who are solid contributors (1-8 in the rotation) you are doing well. Hopefully some of those players turn into all-star talent. This is one of the reasons I have never been big on drafting those players with high bust potential (even though their ceiling is really high). I have found that they are more likely to bust than succeed, but that is another discussion.