Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by ODawg, Apr 27, 2006.
depends, if someone they really want slips, the percentage instantly raises to 98%
But the percentage of someone we would trade up for slipping within reach brings the overall probability to 2%.
I think it's highly unlikely that we trade up though
I agree, almost every position (besides OT) that is worth trading up for isnt a glaring need. We are in a special situation this year in a draft full of wonderful prospects and we dont need a player so bad we are willing to give up draft picks on.
Honestly, the only person we need that is in the top 10 IMO is D'brickishaw, the rest are just eye/stat candy.
I hate to be the one to rain on everyone's parade here but I don't think we will take Wimbley.
Personally I would love to have him and he has surpassed Lawson on my board. But I think the guy that we have targeted is Howard Thomas from El Paso. I think that is why JJ and BP have been exploring trade down options lately. They can trade down, gain another pick or two and still get Thomas in late round 1 or early round 2. That would give us extra picks to try and hit on a couple of OL on the first day and still get a FS in the 3rd round as well.
I can't really see any scenario where it would be advantageous for us to move up in this draft. Certainly there are some guys worth moving up for if they fell far enough down the board but I really don't see that as much of a probability.
That's certainly a possibility.
Wimbley has the same birthday -- October 13 -- as Jerry Jones. And me. And Quincy Carter.
Well, to quote Meat Loaf..."Two Out of Three Ain't Bad"
wait maybe Adam isn't stephen Jones maybe he is JERRY
Wimbley would be a very good pick. Personally I think Carpenter is a tad overrated.
We could, however I prefer the more upside that comes with the Manny Lawson pick.