SF picks at 31, so their "first" round pick is essentially an early second round pick. Revis is worth more than what amounts to one high second round pick, and who knows what it amounts to next season. Likley SF wont slide back that far if they slide back at all. So next years first is also gonna be a late first rounder, or potentially so late its really an early second. The only way those picks are worth anything is to bundle them together and try and move ahead of someone trading ahead of the Jets at pick 9 this year.
The flip side is this tho... if Revis goes anyway and we get cock for him, then by all means lets get as much of whatever as we can get while we can get it.
Quantity wise... you are talking a total of three players for the price of one. On the surface, eh.... not interested tho. This would def give them alot of flexibility in the next two drafts tho.