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 ]