49ers Mock Draft Rounds 1-7 With Each Player & Small Description About Them. Took Me Some Time To Do This & Enjoy. Hope You Like The Picks.
#30. Harrison Smith FS - Smith In My personal Opinion Is The Best Safety At 6'2 215 The Kid Was Made For The Position. Dashon Goldson Hasn't Sign His Franchise Tag Which Obviously Means Two Things, 1.We Don't See A Long Term Future With Him & 2. He Obviously Realize That An Feels Left Out Cause Of What Happen For Rodgers & Brooks. A Guy Like Harrison That Can Play The Run Like A Linebacker, But Has The Fluid Skills In Coverage To Play Like A Top Free Safety You Can't Pass On, He Just Makes The Most Sense.
#61. Josh Robinson CB - With Kelechi Osemele The OG Most Likley Being Gone You Take the Best Available Player In The Draft. Some Have Zach Brown From North Carolina Dropping Into The Late Second Round Which Could Also Make Sense Considering How Our Lack Of Depth Is At OLB. Josh Robinson Helpss Our Team In A Number Of Way. One Major Factor Is The Kick return. I'd Be Happy if I Never Had To see Kyle Williams Get A Kick/Punt Return Again, If Gin Goes Down Robinson Can Come In For Him Immediately & Fill that Spot. Carlos Rodgers Is Turning 31, Chris Culliver Has Potential, & Tarell Brown Will Always Be Just "Good Enough" Josh Robinson Is My pick At 61
#92. Jared Crick DE/DT - Jared Crick Has First Round Talent Written All Over Him Even Stevey Wonder Could See It. Before Crick Got Injured The Following Season He Had 9.5 Sacks. Justin Smith Is Still The Man, But To Have A Younger Carbon Copy Like Crick Behind Him Learning All his Knowledge Would Be a Dream Come true. Jared Is The Sure Fire Choice & if He's There At 92 This Will Be The Biggest Draft Steal Of 2012.
#125. Marvin Jones WR - With All The Top Receivers Gone Marvin Jones Is It. At 6'2 200 Pounds Running A 4.46 at his Pro day He Has All the tools To Become a Productive NFL Wide Receiver. This Pick Will Help Out A lot If The Randy Moss Experiment Fails.
#165. Bruce Irvin DE/OLB - He Comes In & Fills A Immediate Role For Our Lack Of Depth At OLB. At 6'3 245 This Kid was Meant To Play Outside Linebacker In A 3-4 Scheme. He Led The Big East With 14 sacks, 14 Tackles for Losses, 1 Pass Break up ,& Three Force Fumbles Last Season.
Trade Our 6th & 7th To Move Up To 173
#173.Michael Brewster C- We've Gotten Lucky Before With A Center By Drafting Eric Heitman In The Later Rounds So Lets Hope That Luck Strikes Twice. At 6'4 312 Pounds The Kids Big, But That Can Be A Bad Thing Because DT Can Get Up Into His Should Pads An Swing Him Around Like a rag Doll, When It Comes To Being In The Trenches It's All About Leverage. Beeler Is Still a Unknown & Goodwin Isnt Getting Any Younger They Need Some Competition.