Draftniks remember fondly a few years ago when Minnesota did not get their pick to the podium on time. 2 or 3 teams rushed ot get their pick up there. The Draft got very exciting. Colin Cowherd is speculating that could happen again this year with the very first pick in the Draft. Miami owns the pick but wants to trade down. The problem is, nobody wants to trade up. Miami is said to have 4 players on their radar with the #1 pick and they don't favor any one player over the others. The players are... Jake Long, OT, Michigan Chris Long, DE, Virginia Vernon Gholston, DE/OLB, Ohio State Glenn Dorsey, DT, LSU What Miami wants to do is save itself about 12 million dollars in guaranteed money. So they very well may pass on the #1 pick and wait until 3 of those 4 guys are gone before taking the last guy on the list. The question is, how many picks go ahead of them before they get to that point? Will they do this? I don't know, but I have to admit I'd love to see it. Colin contacted the NFL Offices and they confirm this is legal under their Guidelines.