NO. This is a terrible idea. If there is no one worth taking at 10, then there is absolutely no one worth wasting a FUTURE 1st rd pick on to trade up. We need MORE picks, not less.
The smart approach is not to trade up but to trade down. What I would advocate is to trade down and select a qb, and then use the extra pick or two to hedge your selection. Whaley has too often gratuitously given up picks to move up for a player he coveted, such as the Watkins deal. That was done in a draft rich with receivers. It was also done in moving up to get Ragland, giving up a pick that could have been used for Prescott. Instead Whaley selected Cardale over the qb he rated higher. (At least that is what was rumored?)