Just wondering whether their is a guy that you all feel would be worth trading up to get in this draft. IMO if you are going to trade up in the draft you must feel that the player is a minimal bust risk and is a true impact player. I think their are several offensive players that could be worthy of moving up for, but they aren't needs of ours. We don't need a QB, LT, or WR. We need an impact defensive player. I'm not convinced that their is a defensive player that is a lock to be a stud. Coples is the top DE and he has question marks about his passion for the game. Stills and Brockers are the top DTs and neither of them is close to Suh or AH in skills. Upchurch and Ingram are the top tweener DE/OLBer. Claiborne is the top CB, but that isn't really a huge need of ours. I'm just don't think their is a defensive player that is a sure bet worth trading up for. Reason I even started thinking about this has to do with some of our recent signings. We are locking up depth positions. Guys who might be called upon to help us win games, but most likely not. A #4 WR could easily be drafted in the 4th or 5th rnd. A backup OT could be drafted in the mid rnds or you could pick up a vet late for cheap. Could we be filling those spots with these guys instead of drafting their replacements because we are thinking about making a big move and trading up. If we combined our 1st 3 picks it would get us up to the 8th spot in the draft (using the old trade value charts) now that the cost of the higher picks is less I think you will have to give away more to move up. But is Coples worth moving up to #8 for??? I don't think so and I don't think any other defensive player is worth it either. I'd rather spend my FA money on proven impact starters and fill the backup roles via the draft.