The inexact science of trading up in the NFL Draft | SC Featured

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “The inexact science of trading up in the NFL Draft | SC Featured” – below is their description.

    Every team craves a franchise quarterback and the 2021 NFL Draft has five of them projected to go in the top 10. SC Featured takes a look at the math and mentality of leveraging a significant amount of draft picks to trade up and get a quarterback.

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