This year's positional rankings seem much more variable than in years past, i.e. the standard deviation on players and draft position is high. One prospect whose value seems to be all over the place is Marshwn Lynch. I see him rated as 11-13 talent, but falling all the way down to low 20s in mocks. Ted Ginn also seems to be all over the place. If the team draft boards are as varied as the mock drafts it could be a wild Saturday. I'm seeing all kinds of variation on the positions that I presume Pat's would be thinking about in round one LBs and DBs. If (big if) the Pat's also see lots of plusses and minuses to the prospects for these positions, the groups in Rook's value grouping theory strategy would be big and thattherefore we would be better trading out of 1st at both picks, if possible. Scenarios: 24 (and 171 or a 6th if necessary) traded for 2008 1st and high second this year. Pick up Harris or Puluszney (or Woodley or Timmons or Spencer or Bradley) 28 (and something?) for 1st next year and mid-second. Pick up Gattis, Josh Wilson (or another somewhat lesser know of about 10 other DBs that seem to be in this range - sort of an Ellis Hobbs type of pick) What would we be able to pick up for 2008 by moving from 24 to 35 and from 28 to 45-50? What would we have to throw in to get 2008 1sts?