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06-02-2010, 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
If there's a quality player in the 20's and someone wants to trade, by all means move up. I don't see that happening though, I think the value of a late 1st is higher than those two, unless it's 28/29/30, in which case it'd be a stretch to jump up that high, maybe 39th and a 3rd/4th or something
This is pretty much what I see happening. I feel the big competition would be Carolina as they have three second rounders (37, 46 and 53) and could put a good combo. Other than that, it's possible someone like Phoenix at 22 or Washington at 26 would be willing to trade down. But as a whole, the picks are more likely to be worth more than the one player.

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