Not commenting on his job overall, but that is not a great example. For one reason that GM is a very very small close group and they do tend to do small solids for one another and then get ones back later. In this case as one example of may have been what happened, Toronto must have liked a certain player and Botts did not have much of a preference so banked a favor. The chances of a sixth round pick at any order making the team is not high, becoming anything of note even longer odds, so unless he really liked someone there is not that great a difference. I mean yeah, a pick later in the sixth is worth less on paper than the first pick, but not markedly at that point so bank that solid and get it back later.