I've seen articles that state that the 31st overall pick is highly coveted. After the first round is done, the draft world is a bit shaken up by surprise picks, rankings, and players falling/being taken early. The 31st overall gives a GM and his team an entire night to re-evaluate the situation, see who is left, and check in with other scouts. The GM's picking late in the first round can be scrambling to make their pick, and may not get their guy - whereas #31 can be planned out and methodical. However, history shows us that not much has come from the 31st pick overall. What are your thoughts?