The Seattle Seahawks have drafted very well in recent years and will look to build on that reputation with next month's draft. They will have a number of options come draft day and may be doing some wheeling and dealing in order to make the most of the draft.
Of their viable options, one will be to trade up or down in the earlier rounds in order to target a specific player or stockpile draft picks. If they do move up, it'd likely be for a stud wide receiver or offensive lineman in the first round.
There's a plethora of talented prospects to choose from, two of which being the monstrous Mike Evans and impressive Zack Martin. Either player would play a major role right away for the Seahawks, all while making a strong offense even stronger.
If they trade down, it'd be to add some more picks in hopes of striking gold again in the later rounds (e.g. Richard Sherman, Malcolm Smith).
It's clear Seattle has a lot of moves it can make, all of which would benefit it differently.