It's hard to believe a few weeks ago we were thinking of Poe as a guy who could fall to Pittsburgh at 24th overall. Now he's being mocked in the top 15-20 picks.
Here's another scenario where you trade a player for the future. It also involves Mike Wallace. Say you deal him to any team with a 20 to 32 selection in the first round. You now have two first-round picks.
What if the Steelers do that and, instead of taking two players in the round (and paying them with their precious little cap money), package them in a bid to move up and take Poe.
Now this takes guts, patience and negotiating. First, you have to deal Wallace with no guarantee that you will get Poe. The Wallace departure isn't a true "trade" since it's a free-agent move, but you can call it trading a player for someone else because the compensation equals another player in the end.
If you make that deal, then you have to figure out just how high you can trade in the round and do so. There's still no guarantee you can get Poe, but he's one of many mid-round prospects that would make Pittsburgh that much better.