I wouldn't be too worried just yet. Plus, isn't Shipp coming back from a significant injury? If so, I typically like to lay off guys and give them an extra year before drafting them. This means even if Shipp does become the guy (worst case scenerio), he isn't probably someone you would want to have to rely on week in and week out anyway. I would use that space for a Parker, Carolina Back, or perhaps Toefield (I'm getting bad vibes about Fraud making it this year). All those backs are healhty, and conceivably have a chance to be a real impact player for your team if they get the spot. Hence, I would purchase a lottery ticket with them rather than grabbing Shipp as a backup I wouldn't really want to use anyway. Just my two cents worth.