I always thought it was silly how Jenkins fell well out of the 1st round basically because of some colorful off the field activities. To me he was the most talented corner in the draft, better than Claiborne. I never expected Seattle to draft him but it stung seeing the Rams get him in the 2nd round.
The Rams clearly had the 2nd best draft after the Seahawks. Already they have gotten tremendous ROI on two of their late picks: Zuerlein and Richardson, the former looks like the best kicker in the NFL and the latter looks like Steven Jackson's replacement in the not too distant future.
Brockers, Quick, Pead, and Johnson were all "meh" picks at the time that don't look any better today, but Jenkins was a homerun pick the moment it happened and looks no less brilliant in retrospect.
Overall, I'd easily give both the Rams and the Seahawks "A" grades at this stage, with the Rams getting it done with late picks and the Seahawks getting it done early.