1 Russell - 9th + 2nd

2 Quinn - 9th + 2nd + next years 2nd

3 Johnson - 9th + both 2nds + next years 2nd + Ricky

4 Thomas - 9th + both 2nds + Ricky

5 Adams - 9th + 2nd

I Would base it on matter of importance and it would look like this.

This is an interesting topic, to assist I'd like to point out that in order to move up to spots one thru five the Phins would need to give up the following:

1st pick: 9th, both 2nds, and next years 1st

2nd pick: 9th, both 2nds, and next years 2nd

3rd pick: 9th, both 2nds, and next years 4th (if we had a 5th this year)

4th pick: 9th, first 2nd, TB's 5th OR 9th, second 2nd, and next years 3rd

5th pick: 9th, second 2nd, and next years 4th

Given that the five players you mentioned are arguably the top 5 rated this year, although Adrian Peterson could be included, the above is what it would take to reach each one assuming that each player is taken according to their rank. I'll rank them like this:

1. Johnson

2. Thomas

3. Russell

4. Quinn

5. Adams

Back to your question, if I were making the decision for the Phins, I would give up the following for each player:

1. Johnson - 9th, first 2nd

2. Thomas - 9th, both 2nds, and next year's 2nd

3. Russell - only if he fell to 9

4. Quinn - 9th, first 2nd

5. Adams - only if he fell to 9

So, another way of looking at it, if Johnson somehow (doubtful but you never know) fell to #4, and TB was looking on trading down (probably more doubtful), I'd give up the necessary picks, see above. If Thomas were available at #2 and Detroit is looking on trading down, I'd make that deal. And if Quinn is available at #4, again with TB looking on trading down, I'd make that deal.