Again, it won't cost the Dolphins three 1st Rounders to move up to picks. Remember, it only cost the Bears one 3rd Rounder a few years back to move up one with the 49ers to get Trubisky. The Jets didn't even have to give the Colts a 1st Rounder (three 2nd Rounders instead) to move up three to draft Darnold a few years ago as well. Nor did the Chiefs have to in order to draft Mahomes (two 1st Rounders to move up like ten picks), or even the Falcons to get Julio Jones like a decade ago (two 1st Rounder and a couple of middle rounders to move up over twenty spots).
The only teams to ever do something crazy like that were the Saints for Ricky Williams (every pick they had that year in all seven rounds) and the Redskins for RGIII (three 1st Rounders).
No way to Phins will come close to that. AT MOST it will be #5, #39, and #70 in order to get #3 (and most likely also #99 & #155 to even out the trade). If some team wants to be stupid and give up more than that, and for a player that might have a very short career due to injuries, then they can have Tua. Would rather see the Phins wait for Lawrence instead.
I've also seen the Phins trading with the Redskins recently. Again, the Phins would keep all three of their 1st Rounders. I can't see the Redskins giving up the chance at Chase Young, even if they're scared of having to pay all those D-Linemen in a few years. Young is better than Payne, Allen, and Sweat.
I also hate to admit it, but I've finally seen someone plot Wills to the Giants at #4 (as Matt did in his first Mock Draft). Sounds like a few teams are high on him. I still can't imagine Thomas or Wirfs not going before him, especially after the Combine since I think those two guys are going to tear it up. But I guess we'll see.
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