I like our options at 3rd overall. At forward, there are at least 4 very good options that most likely won't be there at 8th+ and that are, according to the "consensus" (which will most likely not look that great in hindsight but we have to live in the now), better prospects than the rest of the draft.
So unless Timmins is really gunning for a specific guy who isn't there at 3rd overall, I think we'll stay put, and I'll feel safer if we did. As far as I'm concerned, I'm very happy we finally have some good picks in the second round, which, with our scouting staff, is a gold mine. Let's keep them instead of using them to move up 2 positions.
I'd stay put, although historically and statistically top 2 picks in two horse races for 1st overall pick are pretty much guaranteed stars (while 3rd overall picks have enjoyed relatively less success), and a 3rd overall pick is as much as a team could hope to have as leverage in a deal to move up without having to add much else.
What would one have to add to an (X-1)th overall to get into the top X picks when there are X "consensus candidates" for 1st overall?