Thanks for the invite but I have a new job that is presently monopolising my time! Not only would I struggle for time in making selections but would want to be able to do a bit of research as well.
Good luck to the rest of you though!
The thing is, at what point are you just churning draft capital for the future and passing on genuinely needed talent? Ballard made the big trade down into the middle of the 2nd round last year in order to get a high pick in this year's 2nd round. Then he turns around and trades that high 2nd rounder for what.....a low first rounder next year? You begin to chase your tail after a while. Grab the talent now. You can't build through the draft if you refuse to use your picks on the talent that is only going to be available on Day 1 and early Day 2. At some point, a bunch of low 2nd rounders and 3rd rounders gets you some nice depth, but not the game changers you need. Time to go for it!
For the trade chart future trades are usually the equivalent of one round lower of the current draft position. So, let's say the Colts are looking to trade back to #20, the 2021 1st round pick will have a value of the 2020 2nd round, #20 pick.
If Brown and/or Kinlaw and are still on the board at #13.... I would sprint, pole vault, long jump, shot put and javelin our pick to the podium for either of them.
If they're both gone.... then if I'm Ballard.... we're open for business for a trade down.