If the second day of the 2011 NFL Draft was any indication, the draft boasted enough mouth-watering prospects that general managers were okay with auctioning off their draft futures to pounce on that one guy they just couldn't bear not to wear their uniform.
And then again, maybe the Washington Redskins saw absolutely nothing they liked as they repeatedly traded down and stockpiled a surplus of mid- and late-round picks.
Sometimes it works out. Others the knee-jerk maneuvers cripple their rebuilding or restocking efforts by putting entirely too much stock in one player.
So who were the savviest general managers who plundered picks or prospects the best off of their adversaries?
School's out and the grades are in. Let's see who passed.