It's been an exciting week in Redskins news, but there isn't a lot to stimulate our attention in the near future. The continuing reorganization of our front office and the upcoming draft will be the hot topics for the next few months. Already people are debating on whether an Okung is better than a Berry, or maybe a Bradford. Many posters will continue to argue that our team has enough glaring holes that trading down our first pick (if we can) should be the best option. To clear assumptions, I thought it'd be helpful to post the draft value chart that every team uses to value each pick. You'll see our 4th overall pick carries a value of 1800 points. To trade up, a team would have to offer the approx. weighting of two mid-first round picks. Keep in mind that this is probably the last year of the exorbitant rookie pay scale, so teams may not want to trade up into the Top 5.