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rarazz00
04-08-2012, 04:19 PM
NFL Draft Value Chart



The following chart is used by NFL general managers and coaches when making trades on draft day.

If a team wants to move up from No. 3 to No. 1, it'll cost them 800 points. That means it'll have to trade its second- and third-round picks (550 + 255 = 805) to make the move.


Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7
1) 3,000 33) 580 65) 265 97) 112 129) 43 161) 27 193) 14.2
2 2,600 34 560 66 260 98 108 130 42 162 26.6 194 13.8
3 2,200 35 550 67 255 99 104 131 41 163 26.2 195 13.4
4 1,800 36 540 68 250 100 100 132 40 164 25.8 196 13
5 1,700 37 530 69 245 101 96 133 39.5 165 25.4 197 12.6
6 1,600 38 520 70 240 102 92 134 39 166 25 198 12.2
7 1,500 39 510 71 235 103 88 135 38.5 167 24.6 199 11.8
8 1,400 40 500 72 230 104 86 136 38 168 24.2 200 11.4
9 1,350 41 490 73 225 105 84 137 37.5 169 23.8 201 11
10 1,300 42 480 74 220 106 82 138 37 170 23.4 202 10.6
11 1,250 43 470 75 215 107 80 139 36.5 171 23 203 10.2
12 1,200 44 460 76 210 108 78 140 36 172 22.6 204 9.8
13 1,150 45 450 77 205 109 76 141 35.5 173 22.2 205 9.4
14 1,100 46 440 78 200 110 74 142 35 174 21.8 206 9
15 1,050 47 430 79 195 111 72 143 34.5 175 21.4 207 8.6
16 1,000 48 420 80 190 112 70 144 34 176 21 208 8.2
17 950 49 410 81 185 113 68 145 33.5 177 20.6 209 7.8
18 900 50 400 82 180 114 66 146 33 178 20.2 210 7.4
19 875 51 390 83 175 115 64 147 32.6 179 19.8 211 7
20 850 52 380 84 170 116 62 148 32.2 180 19.4 212 6.6
21 800 53 370 85 165 117 60 149 31.8 181 19 213 6.2
22 780 54 360 86 160 118 58 150 31.4 182 18.6 214 5.8
23 760 55 350 87 155 119 56 151 31 183 18.2 215 5.4
24 740 56 340 88 150 120 54 152 30.6 184 17.8 216 5
25 720 57 330 89 145 121 52 153 30.2 185 17.4 217 4.6
26 700 58 320 90 140 122 50 154 29.8 186 17 218 4.2
27 680 59 310 91 136 123 49 155 29.4 187 16.6 219 3.8
28 660 60 300 92 132 124 48 156 29 188 16.2 220 3.4
29 640 61 292 93 128 125 47 157 28.6 189 15.8 221 3
30 620 62 284 94 124 126 46 158 28.2 190 15.4 222 2.6
31 600 63 276 95 120 127 45 159 27.8 191 15 223 2.3
32 590 64 270 96 116 128 44 160 27.4 192 14.6 224 2

I put this up here because I thought this may be helpful to those who would like a breakdown of what it takes to move up to into a round and what a team will receive to move out of a round...so if we(Texans)were to trade out of 26...to move up or down..what it would take or what we will receive

Brandon420tx
04-08-2012, 04:24 PM
these charts are useless since the rookie wage scale was implimented

rarazz00
04-08-2012, 04:36 PM
these charts are useless since the rookie wage scale was implimented

before you pay the rookies the money, you have to go by a draft chart to measure trading up or back...rookie pay scale is another conversation after you have made your draft...though I will say that there may be a few teams who dont wanna pay the big bucks in the draft 1-10 just may look to trade down for better value..but you gotta have a barometer to measure trading places in the draft...unless of course I am missing on your whole point:jogger:

ArlingtonTexan
04-08-2012, 04:43 PM
before you pay the rookies the money, you have to go by a draft chart to measure trading up or back...rookie pay scale is another conversation after you have made your draft...though I will say that there may be a few teams who dont wanna pay the big bucks in the draft 1-10 just may look to trade down for better value..but you gotta have a barometer to measure trading places in the draft...unless of course I am missing on your whole point:jogger:

The concept you explain is fine, but the chart that flaots around the internet is dated going back to the Jimmy Johnson days with the Cowboys. The specific values are off given the situation of 2012.

rarazz00
04-08-2012, 05:03 PM
The concept you explain is fine, but the chart that flaots around the internet is dated going back to the Jimmy Johnson days with the Cowboys. The specific values are off given the situation of 2012.

Thanks Arlington Texan. I just wanted to give a basic understanding on what it would take to move up or down..I guess I should have specified Basic.:brando:

Wolf6151
04-08-2012, 09:41 PM
Another thing to remember is that the draft value charts that can be found on many different sites are a basic guideline, they're not engraved in stone and often times the team proposing a trade down/up gets less value for their position than the chart suggests in order to make the trade. Losing a few points in the trade is the cost of doing business.

rarazz00
04-08-2012, 10:29 PM
Another thing to remember is that the draft value charts that can be found on many different sites are a basic guideline, they're not engraved in stone and often times the team proposing a trade down/up gets less value for their position than the chart suggests in order to make the trade. Losing a few points in the trade is the cost of doing business.

Good point Wolf..it is nice to know that their is a gauge to follow the process of trading up and down