First-round picks worth real value
This category is separate from the first and requires defining "real value."
While Brogdon is worth a pick in the 20s, a draft selection that could land in the top five or top 10 would be a masterstroke for Portland. Shopping for what can realistically become a high pick in the 2025 or 2026 drafts would be ideal. The 2025 class is headlined by Cooper Flagg, who's not only a potential future superstar but a perfect fit positionally for the Blazers.
The 2026 class doesn't have a prospect quite like Flagg - at least not yet - but it's deeper with players who have superstar-level traits, such as AJ Dybantsa and Cameron Boozer.
Packaging a valuable player - say Grant or Anfernee Simons - along with future picks that aren't in '25 or '26 for picks that are would be a major boost to the Trail Blazers' rebuild.