I am zero fan of trading up in the first round unless the target is a QB, and with that in mind I have firmly decided to me the best way for the first round to play out both to my liking LOL and for our current roster worries is one of Gutes red-circled WRs is there at 22, maybe not his #1 but one of his first round graders. Take him and then a trade back out of 28 with a team that provides us an early 2nd and minimum a top 100 pick...
Honestly, the value projection of someone taken from 28 to say 33 (Jax) or Colts (42) or Seattles' (40,41) is quite relative and likelihood of hitting IMO doesn't go down enough to not add to the quiver of arrows to grab prospects in the top 100. Every draft there is ranges where it appears prospect value is at its strongest and I am VERY heavy on 2nd and 3rd round graded prospects...and honestly only have 24 1st round graded guys overall.
Just as a reference for example sake of what I am meaning...*trade 28 & 258 for 33, 106, 157 - is a trade slightly in our favor as a trade up should be. Such a playout could net you something like:
22 - Treylon Burks WR (Watson/Dotson if big WR run)
28 - TRADED
33 - Christian Watson WR (perhaps Pickens if that run happens)
53 - Logan Hall EDGE ("poor" man's Karlaftis)
59 - Leo Chenal ILB
92 - Zyon McCollum CB/S
106 - Someone like Jelani Woods TE or similar guy at that 3rd/4th range...
Essentially six top 100 prospects gathered with a trade back....and there is a real chance that between 28 and say 40, that tops three/four WRs depending who we trade with could be taken without trades happening given team needs.