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Trade up prediction




San Fran moves up to #11 overall, by trading their #30 overall pick, along with a second round pick (#56 or #61) and a third round pick (#77 or #94) and/or a player (LaMichael James?) to the Tennessee Titans. Titans have just two picks in the top 100 at this point, and six overall. San Fran has six picks in the top 100, and eleven overall. This would balance out the drafts of the teams and perhaps give Tennessee a running back in James to replace Chris Johnson. With the #11 overall pick the 9ers should target either Mike Evans WR, Anthony Barr OLB, or Justin Gilbert CB, probably in that order. There is a good chance at least one of the three would be available, and since their player value is in reverse order of their position value to the 49ers, (position priority would be CB, OLB, WR), they represent about equal value to the team. Not a great deal necessarily, but given the roster situation at the moment it's better to shoot for a single impact player rather than several solid ones.

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