Assumption 1 getting a player whose preceived valued in a round higher is a steal. Assumption 2 getting a player whose preceived valued in a round lower is a reach. First question would be who is the one speculating the value which is usually the media while the actual drafters are the pros. Ok so now to my problem with the assumption. In the case of the player who fell let's assume he was supposed to go in the first but did not. All the sudden he becomes a steal I mean he was supposed to go in the first round has to be a steal then right? Wrong all it says is 32 pro evaluators think he was not worth a one. In the case of the player who is the reach you never truly know what 31 pro evaluators think but you know one thought he was worth the respective pick and that he thought at least one other would take him before their next pick vs all the mediots calling it a reach. I would throw out two examples that fit the above assumptions to add food for thought Deion Butler and Tavon Wilson ones a steal ones a reach both 2nd round picks in the secondary.