|Who will move up to take RG3 with the No. 2 overall selection in this year's draft?|
With the St. Louis Rams recent decision to trade the #2 overall pick in this year's upcoming NFL Draft, rumors have been flying as to which team will be dealing with them before the opening round takes place April 26th. The Browns (#4 overall), Redskins (#6 overall), and Dolphins (#8 overall) are the most likely suitors, with some reporting a sleeper team outside the top 10 who also has a desire to deal for the rights to take the reigning Hesiman winner. RG3 locked down the second slot in the draft behind consensus number one pick and former Stanford QB Andrew Luck with his gaudy combine numbers this past Sunday, leading the quarterback group in both the 40 yard dash and the vertical jump. Not only is he insanely athletic, he also has all the intangibles that GMs are looking for which makes him that much more desirable as a franchise quarterback. For these reasons, the Rams' asking price for that pick is going to be insanely high. Reportedly, they're asking for the same package San Diego got from the New York Giants for Eli Manning when they took him first overall in 2004 - Two first round picks, a third rounder, and a fifth rounder. So the question is this: Which team has the picks and the balls to give up what is needed for an explosively athletic, intelligent, franchise-changing leader and quarterback?