I absolutely love BB's approach to the draft. Trading down, trading aging players and by taking the route of delayed gratification by trading lower round picks for higher round picks in subsequent years, has given BB multiple high round draft picks use in the last several drafts. By continuing to trade picks into the following years draft, there is no reason to think that this won't be the norm for rest of BB's tenure. As a result we have a team full of young studs. One thing I am curious about, however, is how BB will manage this drafting strategy under the salary cap. If we project forward a few years it seems likely that there will be some very tough decisions to be made due to salary cap restrictions. For example the following players will or may command a significant salary when there rookie contract is up: Mayo Merriweather Vollmer Chung McCourty Spikes Hernandez Gronkowski Not having done the math, I think it is likely that BB will have to let some good players go and restock the shelf through the draft. In other words having a team with multiple high round draft picks is great, but it is not likely possible to keep all of these players beyond their rookie contract.