So, the niners will have ~14 picks in this years draft. And despite what Harbs might say, they don't have room on the 53 man roster for nearly that many. Their 2012 rookies barely played, and its unlikely they'll be cut for more rookies. I would guess that at MOST, they might find roster spots for 7 guys. And that would likely include a Kicker or a 3rd QB.
So, with that being said - what is your comfort zone in moving up in the draft? How many picks, of what value, would you sacrifice to move up and get a more blue-chip prospect in the first round?
The old draft-value chart would tell you that trading away their 1st, 2nd, and 2 3rd picks could give them to pick # 10 or 11 - a range where you might find Bjoern Werner, Dee Milliner, or Sheldon Richardson. If you wanted to keep the 2nd rounder, you could get near #16/17 - A potential landing spot for Cordarelle Patterson or Jonathan Cooper.
Who is hoping for a many-for-one swap? Who's hoping they try to flip picks for better ones next season? Who just wants a flood of rookies to argue about?
[ Edited by DarkKnight1680 on Feb 25, 2013 at 3:27 PM ]