I wouldn't call Yestin Eades a high risk draft pick.
I mean he was 4th round pick, and while there were question marks over his background, he had also shown considerable commitment to his football moving away from family to go to school.
Sure it didn't turn out well, but how many 4th round picks end up being successful anyway.
In my mind it was a low risk, high reward pick.
Blokes like Ariel Steinberg who we blew a 2nd round pick on, that was a high risk pick, seeing it was considered he would have still been available much later in draft.