Don't care. I truly want (no cliche intended) the best player available.
If one of Manziel/Bortles/Bridgewater hypothetically takes the 'Aaron Rodgers' Dive and our choice at 28 is a player graded 1-2 or Manziel/Bortles/Bridgewater, I'd prefer to take Manziel/Bortles/Bridgewater. Because it would be a VALUE pick. And if he does turn out to be a good player, then one or the other of your 1st round QBs would have great trade value (don't really think any would be better than Cam, but I'm keeping a hypothetically open mind).
I'd rather add value to the team with a value player at ANY position rather than reach for a project on a wish and prayer.
I get what you are saying. I just can't see a team in our situation taking that chance. Maybe a team like Sea. that is close enough they can take the chance the investment works out.
What are you hoping to get out of him? Your 1st back, and??? Another 1st? That seems extreme. A 2nd this year, and a 3rd next year. At what point does his value reach its limit? Cool thought. I just can't see how Gman would even entertain an idea like this. Basically investing this years #1, for an extra #1, and multiple other options on top of what picks we already have, next year.
2-1st, 2-2nd, could be a monster draft. Just not worth giving up this years 28th pick in a draft top heavy, which contrary to popular belief, includes teams at the back of the pack. Like us, the 9ers, and Sea.. We all expect to get a very talented player when we pick. We just don't know, at this moment, where he will play.
Depends on what you call a "Reach"? If the LT we take at 28 is rated 34th on some boards. Is that a reach? Or if the WR we have at 24 is still there? If we grab him, is that a reach? If we get a player comparable to the pick, I can be happy.