NFL draft grades 2013: 49ers getting the love through two days

Al Bello

We take a look at some early day two grades, and open the floor for voting on grades through three rounds.

The NFL Draft is two days old, and the San Francisco 49ers still have seven picks over the remaining four rounds. The big names are going by the wayside, but there are still impact players to be had.

That being said, I wanted to take another look at some draft grades out there, and I also wanted to poll everybody here to get your thoughts. We'll have another poll after the draft wraps, but I'm curious what you guys think of the team's work to date.

On Thursday, the 49ers selection of Eric Reid in the first round got fairly solid grades, mostly settling in the B-range. Early in the morning, Pete Prisco was the only one with draft grades in, and he gave the 49ers strong marks for their Day 2 work. For round two, he gave the 49ers an A- for Cornellius Carradine and B for Vance McDonald. For round three, he gave the 49ers an A for Corey Lemonier.

Fooch's Update: SB Nation's Dan Kadar has weighed in with his day two grades. He gives the 49ers a B+, viewing them as a team that has done solid work thus far.

I'll add in additional grades as I see them, but in the meantime, I wanted to open the floor to see what you guys think about the current four-man rookie class. Like I said, there is more work to be done today, but I'd like to get your votes in for now.

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