Well of course if the top player available is the Strongest suit, than by all means yes, but paying attention to value of your pick always comes up. That's why everyone is against drafting a C in the first. The board is normally categorized anyways into multiple sections. Hardly ever is it so white and black that you can decipher instantly. There is nothing wrong with taking top of your board, but there is nothing wrong with getting value from a deeper position either. Also grading each prospect and looking at the difference of both grades comparable to players that will/won't be around later.