Round 1: Coby Fleener TE Stanford
At 6'6 he can be a threat in the redzone. I didnt really like this pick but Harbaugh loves his former players so it makes more sense now to take Fleener with the idea of him being like the new breed of TEs in the NFL.
Round 2: Nick Toon WR Wisconsin
6'3 position WR with good hands that can come back to the ball which a lot of WRs young and old do not do. He has the ability to block which is important in the 49ers offense, if he can get his hands on you he will block you, (watch the Rose Bowl against TCU, everytime he blocked the TCU defender was on his back).
Round 3: Amini Silatolu G Midwestern State
A 6'4 quick and strong guard who is moving up boards and can be a sleeper pick. Good with his hands, a strong blocker and is quick off the ball. 49ers love to pull the guard and with his speed it fits well with the offense.
Round 4: Brandon Boykin CB Georgia
Only 5'10 but very versatile player, he played deffense, offense, and returned kicks for Georgia. Tackled well, adding on to the strength of the 49ers deffense. Broke his leg during the Senior Bowl why he has dropped but if he falls to round 4 this will be a steal.
Round 5: C/FS
Was undecided with round 5 but im thinking an O-Linemen or Safety. Opinions on pick?
Round 6: Oliver Vernon DE/OLB Miami
6'4 has length, pass rush ability, and can dropp back into coverage. Will add depth at the OLB position.
Round 7: Edwin Baker RB Michigan State
5'9 an upgrade from Dixon. He hits the holes hard, breaks tackles, has good agility, good cuts, and seems faster in-game. Possibly a future replacement for Frank Gore. Similiar style with more speed and youth.
This is precombine, so picks can move up or down and change after the combine. We will then have a better idea and more accurate mock drafts.