I was looking at the draft value chart and it appears that we will have the following draft picks (assuming that we win the coin flip): Round Pick Point value chart 1 16 1000 2 49 410 3 80 190 4 113 68 5 144 34 6 traded 7 206 9 7 208 8.2 7 215 5.4 Comp pick 1 Comp pick 2 Comp pick 3 If there is no impact player there at #16 that we feel like we just cant pass on I would love to see us trade back from #16 to about #20 and pick up a 3rd round pick for the move and reevaluate. If there is a guy there that isn't a must have at 20, then move back a couple of more spots to about #22. In doing so, we would then have approximately the following picks: 1 #22 2 #49 3 #80 3 #84 4 #113 4 #118 5 #144 no pick 7 #206 7 #208 7 #215 comp 1 comp 2 comp 3 That is 13 picks in this draft with 6 picks in the top 4 rounds. Ideally, maybe we could move a 7th round pick this year for a 6th rounder next year if there wasn't a guy there in the 7th that we didn't think could help us this year. I'm not saying you do this blindly. If there is a guy you really want, then by all means, take him at #16. But if you can add a guy like Trey Millard for FREE by trading down just a couple of spots in the first or second round, all of a sudden you get a potentially dominant player at his position who you would not be willing to spend a pick on with as many holes as we currently have.