Given the fact that the draft is weak with approximately 18-22 legitimate first rounders, I would be looking to trade down. The 2nd and 3rd rounds are where the values are to be found. However, I don't know I would make any of these trades. With next year being viewed as a much stronger draft, I think teams would be reluctant to pay the price of next years #1.
Instead I would look to teams that picking late like Atlanta and San Francisco as they both believe they are close and a top 12 pick might put them over the top. We could take Atlanta's 1st and 2nd this year and 2nd next year or 1st, 2nd and 3rd this year plus 3rd and 4th next year. Then trade the late 1 this year for a 2 this year and a 3 next year.
We could do the same with San Francisco. Trade for their 1 and the 2 they got from KC. They would still owe us a 4 this year or maybe we could wait for a 3 next year. Or we could take their 1 and their 2 this year ad their 2 next year. Then trade the 1 from this year for a 2 this year and a 3 next year.
I would be fine with having no 1st and four 2nds in this draft. Especially if we enhanced our ability to manipulate next years draft. Our club still has enough holes that we would be drafting starters.