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FoxSports.com Mock Draft, By Peter Schrager - Version 4.0

Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Ughh, I'm tired of the f**king Joe Haden assumptions people are pinning on us. The last thing we need is another slow/containment-limited CB on the roster.

If you go to Florida's weight room they have the top 10 ten times of players that are there and have been there in all the running drills that player will run at the combine and Haden is in the top 10 in all of them. (kind of like a wall of fame that players can work towards getting there names on) He even beat Percy Harvin in some drills and is not too far behind him in the rest. So I wouldn't call him slow and I would love him at 13.
Originally posted by nvninerfan1:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Just not a huge fan of Haden at #13, with Spencer, Clements, Brown and Harris/Bly i think we are more than fine at CB.

Brown couldn't even crack the starting lineup with Clements out. If you think we don't need better cover people then I don't think you watched TEs and RBs lighting us up last year.

TE's and running RB's are linebacker and safety responsibilities.

In fact, we probably got lit up by them because the quarterback had nowhere else to go with the ball.
I don't mind the first round but I don't like McCluster in the 2nd or Pike in the 3rd. I'd much prefer taking a player like Calloway in the 2nd to shore up that RT spot and then getting a safety or pass rusher in the 3rd.
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
I don't mind the first round but I don't like McCluster in the 2nd or Pike in the 3rd. I'd much prefer taking a player like Calloway in the 2nd to shore up that RT spot and then getting a safety or pass rusher in the 3rd.


Me too! i didn't like McCluster and Pike cuz they are not my type why? they are not pro football that i am boring it. i love to see who had talent football than weak or coward football!
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
I don't mind the first round but I don't like McCluster in the 2nd or Pike in the 3rd. I'd much prefer taking a player like Calloway in the 2nd to shore up that RT spot and then getting a safety or pass rusher in the 3rd.

I agree, I'd rather have Gilyard than Mcluster in the 2nd.
Don't like it.
Originally posted by adrenaline:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Just not a huge fan of Haden at #13, with Spencer, Clements, Brown and Harris/Bly i think we are more than fine at CB.

Agreed, it's the only position besides QB I would get angry if the Niner's drafted in the first.

You're only thinking about this season though. With a slew of upcoming contracts coming up the Niners are going to look to dump somebody elsewhere. This will be Nate Clements last season here.

If we draft Haden we draft Clement's replacement. Make no mistake about it we need a starting corner within the next 2 drafts.
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Originally posted by PTulini:
from March 24th

#13- CB Joe Haden
#17- OT/OG Mike Iupati
#49- RB/WR Dexter McCluster
#79- QB Tony Pike

Replace a top 5 OT with Haden and itll be a dream draft.

Tony Pike would be a steal, IMO, in the 3rd round. If Alex doesnt pan out it would be an awesome pick. BUt im hoping Alex does pan out.

McCluster in the 2nd would also be awesome.

[ Edited by ImaMod on Apr 2, 2010 at 20:29:57 ]
that would be fine not sure about pike though
Originally posted by TheFunkyChicken:
Originally posted by NJNiner:
Originally posted by lonneybyrd:
Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Ughh, I'm tired of the f**king Joe Haden assumptions people are pinning on us. The last thing we need is another slow/containment-limited CB on the roster.

I would disagree with you Haden has only played corenr for a few years and is already this good imagine when he fully understands the position.

What's a corenr?

I think they examine dead bodies....

lol
I would hate this draft! No OT equals major fail!

BPA at 13 (including OT) and trade for Gaither by swaping firsts and another pick or give up a second plus something.

[ Edited by Oakland-Niner on Apr 3, 2010 at 07:31:19 ]
Originally posted by tjd808185:
Originally posted by adrenaline:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Just not a huge fan of Haden at #13, with Spencer, Clements, Brown and Harris/Bly i think we are more than fine at CB.

Agreed, it's the only position besides QB I would get angry if the Niner's drafted in the first.

You're only thinking about this season though. With a slew of upcoming contracts coming up the Niners are going to look to dump somebody elsewhere. This will be Nate Clements last season here.

If we draft Haden we draft Clement's replacement. Make no mistake about it we need a starting corner within the next 2 drafts.

Not sure if we are just gonna dump our best CB next year as you are assuming. Remember there is no more salary cap so money isn't as big an issue as it has been before. Is CB a need for the FUTURE? Yes, but im thinking 2nd round we look to it. I'd rather look to bigger more immediate needs that need to be filled, OT, Pass Rusher, WR, OG, KR/PR.
Originally posted by flynhayn15:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
I don't mind the first round but I don't like McCluster in the 2nd or Pike in the 3rd. I'd much prefer taking a player like Calloway in the 2nd to shore up that RT spot and then getting a safety or pass rusher in the 3rd.

I agree, I'd rather have Gilyard than Mcluster in the 2nd.

Yeah, that is right. i wanna Gilyard better than Mcluster in the 2nd.
Originally posted by ghostrider:
If we draft Iupati I will

If we draft Iupati and make him a RT I will

This. We need Iupati as a guard. Not trying to convert him to a tackle. Consequently there is a need to factor in a tackle. Fairly early. And no qb.
Not bad...but I'm not convinced Singletary's looking at Iupati as his OT. Also not convinced Haden falls that far...he recovered well from his substandard combine 40-time. I'd actually rather go big-time OL in the 1st rd...best OT and then Iupati. That would finish the OL upgrade from the get-go. Then in 2nd rd, it could be CB or a guy I'm really warming up to, DE Tyson Alualu. He's 6-3, 295, a Cal guy, and has played in the 3-4 under Jeff Tedford. None of the guys who've played opposite Justin Smith have done much and here's a great chance to really upgrade the DL.

I like McCluster, but I'm a little concerned about his size in the NFL. He could get away with it in college, but I'm not so sure when he gets in with the big boys. Can't say I'm very enthused about the Pike pick...any QB drafted would create a situation where either the rookie or Nate Davis would have to go on the PS, and I don't see that happening. Instead of a QB, 3rd rd is good place for RB, CB, or DL.