You are attempting to make some point, don't ask me what it is.
My point was quite valid.
In the last twenty plus years, there have been 11 DTs taken in the top five.
2003 - Dwayne Robertson (fourth)
2001 - Gerald Warren (third)
1997 Darrell Russell (first)
1994 Dan Wilkinson (first)
1992 Steve Emtman (first)
1992 Sean Gilbert (third)
1991 Russell Maryland (first)
1990 Cortez Kennedy (third
1986 Tony Casillas (third)
1984 Bill Maas (fifth)
1982 Kenneth Sims (first)
Care to point out how many of these save Kennedy were worth it and how the ratio of busts to successes can justify selecting one in the top five?
If you stick to the numbers, you are better off no spending a pick in the top five. I've seen people giving Branch a third, fourth or fifth slot in this draft.
[View Full Quote]That's insane. You don't pay that type of price for a run clogger in the top five of this or any draft and expect to get a decent return.