One round down, six to go. The San Francisco 49ers, in my mind, had a successful round one with the selections of DeForest Buckner and Joshua Garnett. San Francisco traded away their only second round pick (37) in the trade with Kansas City, so they will not be drafting again until the third round (68). I do still expect a handful of good names to be had. The Niners still have many needs that could potentially be addressed, but Trent Baalke and company may just have to go best player available.
- Wide receiver: At pick No. 68, I don't expect many quality receivers to be sitting there. Considering four receivers went in the first round, there will be a higher demand for the position group in the second round. Look out for names like Leonte Caroo, Tyler Boyd, Braxton Miller, and Pharoh Cooper.
- Offensive tackle: It's unlikely Anthony Davis will be coming back to Santa Clara and Joe Staley is on the back side of his career, so an offensive tackle absolutely needs to be addressed for the 49ers in the draft. Look out for names like Spencer Drango, Jerald Hawkins, and Joe Dahl.
- Cornerback: The drafting of DeForest Buckner will help the secondary thanks to more pressure up front, but the 49ers still need help and depth at corner. CB might be down a little lower on the "needs" list, but if a prospect is at selection No. 68 they like, San Francisco might jump on him. Look out for names like Deandre Houston-Carson, Will Redmond, Xavien Howard, and Maurice Canady.
- Tight end: The 49ers likely won't draft a tight end this high (third round), but if a guy slips and he's worth the pick, it's a possibility. Look out for names like Hunter Henry, Jerrell Adams, and Nick Vannett.
- Inside linebacker: There are not many inside linebackers in 2016 NFL Draft that are worth selecting in the third round. But nothing is for certain in life, so look out for names like Nick Vigil, Myles Jack (if he continues to slip), Jatavis Brown, and Kentrell Brothers.
- Outside linebacker: This is a big one for the 49ers. The need for a 3-4 outside backer is huge right now. Aaron Lynch needs someone opposite him because, and I'll be honest, I don't think Ahmad Brooks is getting the job done. The team has Eli Harold as well, but a team cannot have too many pass rushers. San Francisco can at least bring someone in to compete with Brooks and Harold for the spot. Make sure to look out for names like Kyler Fackrell, Tyrone Holmes, and Joe Schobert.
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