First off, this belongs in the draft thread homie. Second, no one will trade up in this draft. I see teams trading into the second and third round but not into the first. Think about it as a fan or front office of another team, who is out there to trade up to the #3 pick, who is there to give up so much? Star will be gone as well as Jockel*. Jarvis Jones has a medical condition, and Werner or Moore can he had a few spots lower than 3. There is not one player imo that merits any team trading up for. We can talk draft scenarios all we want, but the fact is that at this point in time there i is no player worth trading up for...maybe after the combine and private workouts and I still doubt it.
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If not Star take Jarvis at #3. Seriously doubt teams will be willing to trade up to #3 with the lack of talent in this draft, but wouldn't be against it.
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The LT from Central Michigan needs to light it up at his pro day and combine. If he, Joeckel, and Star are as good as advertised, maybe a team in desperate need of a LT would jump up. If Joeckel is there at #3, seeing how the draft pundits are saying the CMU LT could be better than Joeckel, maybe someone would want him, and move up to the #3 spot.
Come on kid, impress those scouts.
I can see Joeckel, or the CMU LT going #1.
Then that leaves the other LT setting there @ #3.
And KC, with Andy Reid there now, may just take Geno Smith. I don't think so, but if KC does, it makes our #3 pick even better looking.
Last edited by N. Cog Neato; 01-29-2013 at 01:16 PM.
Again, Jones is said to be better than Von Miller. That is saying a lot. Von Miller would be a 1st overall if teams knew how beastly the dude would turn out. Physicians already told Jones to hang them up, but he played through it all and he has been a beast. Don't bite into what everyone else tells you. Judge him by his play.