I didn't know this until recently but Ronnie Brown turns 24 this December. At most positions I could care less but I would hope our RB would enter the league a bit younger. Edgerrin James entered the league in the year he turned 21. If we are to spend a top 2 pick on a RB, this is around the age I would expect him to be...no older than 22. This gets back to the concept of long-term value. After six seasons, Brown would be turning 30. How does that fit into the concept of long-term value? Given his age, he would have to be extraordinarily effective from the get go...basically any required learning curve would be unacceptable. If Brown was 21 or 22 and was a bit more elusive, I'd say he may be worth the 2nd pick. But at 23 (turning 24) and lacking elusiveness...I have my doubts.