Another trade? With first-round picks not making the same astronomical rookie salaries that they made from 2005-10, you better believe there will be more trades. Aggressive teams — such as the Jets — will be looking to hop up into the top 10 if/when a player high on their board slips. Kalil is far and away the best offensive tackle in the 2012 NFL Draft. He can play left tackle, but he is most likely a right tackle out of the gates. Having watched Mark Sanchez get destroyed from the right side of his line throughout the 2011 season, I can assure you that New York’s front office would be salivating if Kalil slipped out of the top five. What would it take? New York’s first- and second-round picks. Done and done. —Peter Schrager
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