OmarK was listening into Joe Rose's Drew Rosenhaus appearance this morning and DH mentioned that he has a large number of clients who are Jr's who are coming out in 2010 to avoid the rookie wage scale. As has been predicted, no surprise there, however thinking about this for a moment, imho no one should be suprised if we see a large number of trade backs and trade outs in exchange for 2011 picks. The 2010 Draft Class will more than likely be extremely expensive to sign as Agents know this is one of their last shots at making even 4th round picks millionaires, the 2011 class will not face the same pressure, so teams like Jacksonville, Buffalo, St Louis, may make the strategic decision to trade back in this draft to contol draftee costs. Add in the removal of 4 million per team (on average) in revenue sharing, and those small market teams with tight budgets are under even more pressure to control costs. The #10 overall this year will cost..maybe 15 million to sign? #10 overall in 2011 will be significantly below that level, they also have nowhere else to go play professional football.