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Mock: Early run on OT's

Franchised UFA
NT – Aubrayo Franklin

Tendered RFA’s
OG – David Baas – 2nd Round Tender / $1.23 Million
OLB – Amhad Brooks – 2nd Round Tender / $1.18 Million

Retained UFA‘s
OT – Tony Pashos (2 year deal) - He’s the starter at RT until our draft prospect(s) push him out
OT – Barry Sims (2 year deal) – Returns as Staley’s #1 back-up
CB – Dre Bly (1 year deal) – Nickel back

2010 Draft – Day One
01 BUCCANEERS (From Rams) - Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
02 LIONS - Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
03 RAMS (from Bucs) - Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
04 REDSKINS - Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
05 CHIEFS - Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa
06 SEAHAWKS - Trent Williams OT Oklahoma

07 BROWNS - Eric Berry S/CB Tennessee
08 RAIDERS – Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
09 BILLS - Anthony Davis OT Rutgers

10 JAGUARS – Jimmy Clausen QB – Notre Dame
11 BRONCOS - Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State
12 TITANS (From Dolphins) – Joe Haden CB Florida
13 49ERS - C.J. Spiller RB/KR Clemson (He’ll be the BPA and fill a need, heir to Gore)
14 SEAHAWKS – Earl Thomas S Texas
15 GIANTS - Rolando McClain ILB Alabama
16 DOLPHINS (From Titans) – Dan Williams DT Tennessee
17 49ERS – Mark Iupati G/T Idaho (Iupati on the left side for the next decade)

Day Two
Trade 2011 – 1st Rounder to New England for Pick #44
2 – (44): Nate Allen, FS – South Florida (Pushes Goldson to SS)
2 – (49): Jared Veldheer, OT – Hillsdale (Reach, but great athlete, LT potential, begins as a back-up to Pashos)

Day Three
3 – (80): Koa Misi, OLB/DE – Utah (More juice for the pass rush)
4 – (114): Danario Alexander, WR – Missouri (A huge target with skills, falls to the 4th due to past injuries)
5 – (153): Donald Butler, ILB – Washington (Butler & McKillop in a battle to replace Spikes in 2011)
6 – (190): Linval Joseph, NT/DE – East Carolina (Could be a diamond in the rough or PS candidate)
7 – (226): CB Depth
7 – (Comp): More OL Depth
We are not trading our 2011 1st rounder to New England no less...
Love it, except for trading our 1st rounder next year for a 2nd rounder this year, that just doesn't make sense to me.
Hate any mock that gives up next years one, let alone next years one for a 2nd. Iupati at guard for the next decade? If we draft him I hope we leave him at guard and don't try to turn him into a project at RT.
Giving up next year's first
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We are not trading our 2011 1st rounder to New England no less...

They would have 3 first rounders if we did that. 
I would normally agree that trading a future first is a bad idea. But by all accounts this is a loaded draft and as many as 20 juniors will go in the first round. This tells me that there will be some excellent Seniors (like Nate Allen) who are first round quality and are worth spending future #1.
It's such a deep safety class I don't see the need to mortgage the future just to grab Nate Allen.
Nice I've been wanting to see a mock with a run on tackles, I'm cool with taking Spiller in that case.


and do you see Iupati starting right away or Baas becoming backup?

[ Edited by teeohh on Feb 28, 2010 at 17:18:18 ]
Originally posted by teeohh:
Nice I've been wanting to see a mock with a run on tackles, I'm cool with taking Spiller in that case.


and do you see Iupati starting right away or Baas becoming backup?


I think if Iupati couldn't unseat Baas it would be a major disappointment. Baas is just around for insurance/depth at this point.
I doubt some of those tackles will go that early. Williams can't be an LT and the Seahawks need to replace Jones.

No way I'd give up a #1 next year for a #2 now.

Lupati is a guard. I think the combines have shown that that's his position.
Originally posted by noobie:
Hate any mock that gives up next years one, let alone next years one for a 2nd. Iupati at guard for the next decade? If we draft him I hope we leave him at guard and don't try to turn him into a project at RT.

Yeah . . . I'd expect him to be a left guard
Originally posted by ninergold:
I doubt some of those tackles will go that early. Williams can't be an LT and the Seahawks need to replace Jones.

No way I'd give up a #1 next year for a #2 now.

Lupati is a guard. I think the combines have shown that that's his position.

Agree
I would be one unhappy Niner fan if we deal our first next year for a 2nd this year. That is just dumb in my opinion. I know teams do it from time to time but I just dont think its a smart move.
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I like your Spiller, Iupati picks.