I cant remember, but this is hardly the first time BB has got multiple picks to get a player he wants higher than he might need to. If you want one player more than other teams do (say because you want him in the secondary with two players from his school) but still want a value pick from players you rate similarly, his is how you do it. You take the "reach" player first. There isn't a substitute for this player. His rapport with team mates, familiarity, whatever, is unique. If you played it right, one of the players you want is at the second close pick. Do we have bingo? D'arick Rogers, Patton and a number of others that fit the prototype for the quick receiver were all there. Maybe if Boyce was gone they take Patton, or someone else. Maybe if there's a quick run, they trade up with a 7th? Bow down, this is how to work the draft. It's easy to just cross names off a list, but all things being equal, what good is it grabbing the 90th best player just because some sports station said so?