Trades during the NFL draft are basically a foregone conclusion.
They happen every year—2012 brought us some fascinating moves as well. As a result, it's reasonable to expect that 2013 will be just as hectic.
And the draft's ridiculous abundance of stout defensive tackles, ends and offensive linemen is just the first catch. Secondly, there are few elite prospects combined at the quarterback, running back and wide receiver positions.
In short, this will be one intriguing draft regarding strategy from every round. The NFL is an offensively-driven sport, which makes this class' dominance of defense and the offensive line all the more interesting.
To that end, here are teams that must take a gander at trading up further into Round 1.