With the tremendous amount of talent available in the 2010 draft, this is looking like a bumper year for teams to stockpile players and build good team depth. We should be getting solid players through at least the first 6 rounds and we should have many more hits than misses because of the talent pool being so large. I have confidence that Trent Baake will do well as the triggerman this year, and think that he'll do better in the later rounds than McC. I'm just hoping that the front office is as aggressive in pursuing after draft UFA's as McCloughan was in 2009. On this site Scott McCloughan seemed to have few supporters where drafts were concerned and he's taken his share of bashing from many of us about his lackluster picks, some of it well deserved . But he really did well "post draft" last year and should be given credit where its due. We landed at least two players that had talent in, Alex Boone, and Kory Sheets. Boone still being with the Niners and Sheets going to Miami. This years crop of UFA's will be so much stronger than last years was, and there will be many players available after saturday that would have been 6th or 7th rounders last year. I really hope they've done their homework on this because many bargains are waiting to be had!