2020 Draftek Trade Value Chart in NFL Draft, Scouting, and Free Agent Talk Posted April 12 In terms of trading into the 1st round, I think a realistic trade would be with San Francisco, since they do not have a pick in Rounds 2-4. I do not think they would trade into the 1st unless there's a QB they really like is available that they can get the 5th year option on. San Francisco receives: #34, #122 = 610 points Indianapolis receives: #31 = 600 points The highest we could realistically move into the 1st round is Atlanta's pick at #16, but would cost us both of our seconds. Atlanta receives: #34, #44 = 1,020 points Indianapolis receives: #16 = 1,000 points Trading back from #34 is not entirely unrealistic. I have seen the idea of trading back with Cleveland for pick #41 if they wanted to move up. Cleveland receives: #34, #122 = 610 points Indianapolis receives: #41, #112, #187 = 617.4 points Like you said, general managers are not going to follow this chart religiously, but it is a helpful guide that illustrates realistic trading scenarios.