Ever hear of one of the NFL’s two trade value charts? The most popular is usually the Jimmy Johnson version, but there’s another enhanced one known as the Rich Hill model.
Every single pick in every draft has a particular value assigned to it. The idea is to help teams, and even the regular fan, piece together trades involving picks at the draft. 2021 is no different and we have value for every single draft pick to come later this week already assigned and ready to go.
With that, let’s stop messing around. Want to play Brandon Beane for a second? Let’s get to the Bills.
Here is every one of Buffalo’s picks as things currently stand:
Round 1, pick No. 30: Bills original selection
Round 2, pick No. 61: Bills original selection
Round 3, pick No. 93: Bills original selection
Round 5, pick No. 161: Bills via Raiders (Zay Jones trade)
Round 5, pick No. 174: Bills original selection
Round 6, pick No. 213: Bills original selection
Round 7, pick No. 236: Bills via Panthers (Marshall Newhouse trade)
And how could the Bills move around the board, specifically? Both trade value charts can be found below:
Jimmy Johnson Trade Chart
Rich Hill Trade Chart
The addition of compensatory picks and the impact they have on the value of other picks is reflected in this chart, which has been updated by Rich Hill (Pats Pulpit) in recent years.