Sports analysts at Harvard University have put a value on every pick in the upcoming NFL draft. Follow the example below to understand how to read the chart.

Example: The 1st overall pick is valued at 494.6. If a team wants to trade up to the 1st overall pick you must look at the chart and add picks together that equal 494.6 points. So if the Bucs wanted the 1st overall pick they would have to give up their 7th overall pick, 329.4 plus their second round pick, the 38th overall, valued at 165.9 giving a combined value of 495.3.

Obviously when it comes to trades the value is whatever the team puts on the pick, but if they went by a standard value chart...this would be the one.