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Choose Your Own Adventure: What do to with a High 2022 First-Rounder

We start exploring our choices with the upcoming rookie draft choices.

We start exploring our choices with the upcoming rookie draft choices.

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Choose Your Own Adventure: What do to with a High 2022 First-Rounder
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Justin Wellman
10 months ago

I had 1.02 and traded it away along with Zach Wilson and 2023 1st for Kyler Murray and 3.05 in 12 team SF.

Trade analyzer called it mostly even and I was pushing to win it all but took second. Needed a quality Second QB to pair with Herbert and didn’t want to gamble on 2022 crop or wait until 2023.

I was really liking Burks pre-trade, but felt the trade keeps me in contention long term and avoids the uncertainty of Burks landing spot.

10 months ago

I am under the impression this draft is not nearly as good as the 2023 draft. I have three 1st rounders next year (2023), where the RB’s are supposed to be crazy good. I am shopping my 1st rounder this year so I can get another one in 2023. Then bundle some of them up and get two out if the first four picks in 2023. I am even considering trading this year’s pick straight up for a 2023 1st rounder.

Ryan Maldonado
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10 months ago

I’m in the same boat and considering this exact same thing. I have 1.02 (from a trade) and my team is young and stacked. I’m considering trading 1.02 2022 for something like Nico Collins and 2023 1st. I’m hoping to have a high pick in 2023 for a stud RB then. Any thoughts on trading these high 2022 picks for 2023 picks?

Drew Elsberry
Reply to  Ryan Maldonado
10 months ago

This is a great question and I’d love to hear the response. Similarly, I have the 1.01.

Reply to  Ryan Maldonado
10 months ago

I just have heard the 2023 draft is stacked. I don’t follow college football at all, but I keep reading how good the 2023 draft is, so I am trying to get as many of those picks as I can. Since I won’t have room to keep all four 1st round picks long term (we only keep 10), I will bundle those picks with some hot garbage and get the highest picks I can get.

dgfisher
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10 months ago

I have 3 23 1sts already and have 1.03 this year due to a lot of fluke injuries(Akers, Dobbins, Hockenson, Barkley again, etc) and will do the same and try to get one more 2023 1st. May even trade Barkley and get a 5th if I can.

John Seger
10 months ago

I haven’t read the article yet but my favorite was, Your Code Name Is Jonah!! 🙂

Last edited 10 months ago by John Seger
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