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Old 04-08-2012   #7
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Originally Posted by Wolf6151 View Post
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
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