I'd say it's a similar statement.
The most accurate statement is:
There was no top talent(s) (meaning no 1st round) but there was a lot of depth. Crazy that Juice Scruggs went so high, but there is often players that NFL teams like more than draftniks.
Remember that one of the aspects that was sold to us about the incoming personnel guys is that Dave Sears has a keen eye for OL talent. And the team has directly mentioned Gaines as a center, so it sounds like they want a longer look there.
The point is, if you want a center this year that's better than Froholdt you need a guy in round 1 so for us it's a bad class. In the past 10 years only 2 centres outside of round 1 have started as a rookie and been any good. Creed Humphrey, who always should have gone round 1 and Erik McCoy who was a top 50 pick.
Let's have a look at some recent examples. I'm going to use PFF so some people are just going to have to tolerate bursting into flames.
Luke Fortner - 2022 - Pick 55 - Started every game for the Jags. PFF grade of 49.6 and gave up 36 pressure which I believe led the league for centers. Only 1 sack though. Fortner the only guy from 5 centers outside round 1 to start last year at C.
Josh Myers - 2021 - Pick 62 - Shockingly taken one pick before Creed. Only played 293 snaps as a backup in 2021 with a P grade of 58.3. Creed aside no other drafted C played at C in 2021.
Lloyd Cushenberry - 2020 - Pick 83 - Started every game at C as a rookie. Allowed 4 sacks with a PFF grade of 40.5.
Tyler Biadasz - 2020 - Pick 146 - Didn't start but came in as a backup and played 4 games with a 53.5 grade. The C other center drafted didn't see any time at center.
I could go on like this through every class. It's the finding guys that started that's the problem. Nobody in 2019 outside McCoy. Most of them play Guard and never go back to center.
The point being that the odds of drafting someone of of this mediocre class, putting them in at center and them being better than Froholdt this year are frankly slim. Maybe in 3 years, but not right now.