just a cool little draft pick calculator
put in the picks and it does the math
10% point premium is nothing for the team wanting to move up. More correctly, the team that is calling and doing the shopping whether to go or down is the one that could have to give a little.
also a good link to picks per team
(also by round at the same site
A good possibility might be one of the QB seeking teams that didn't take one the 1st Rd. Plenty of those scenarios where a BUF, AZ, etc could make the jump to get ahead of the competitors. For example, Buffalo= #41, 71, & 2014 1st Rder.
JFYI, picks for the next year are generally pointed at a full round lower. Where you place them in the round is a negotiating point.
Ingram Trade example:
#28 spot for Ingram= 660pts
Saints gave #56 340pts + the 2012 1st
That ended up #27, 680pts
Having to wait a year halves it's value, so 340pts
340 + 340= 680, just a slight premium
Of course they made the move in a push to win now. If that would have worked out the #32 would have been 290pts. 340 + 290= 630 and a Saints value win. Perfect point exchange would have been 2012 #29 + the #56.
Got that? It'll be on the test during Draft Week.