Originally Posted by CTJetFan92
You realize that picks 13-50 are generally a lot more solid and safer than top ten picks. Yes, you have your pick of the litter, but top ten picks lead to people choosing potential over substance (Gholston baby!). Also I was thinking about the 42nd pick in the second round as a late first. Depends on how you look at the glass I suppose.
That's not true. It used to be that lower first round picks had a lot more value than top 10 picks. However with the changes to the rookie cap (Luck got $14.5M Guaranteed , for example, Bradford got $50M guaranteed in 2010) that's no longer the case.