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NTeply49 Mock

#13 Trent Williams, 6-5/310 Offensive Tackle Oklahoma
We get exactly what were looking for and Trent Williams falls to 13 due to his primary position being right tackle and his struggles during his senior season. Also helps that the Raiders take Cambell in my mock.

#17 Earl Thomas, 5-10/197 Safety Texas
At 17 we add another play maker to our defense and move Dashon Goldson over to SS to give us one of the best starting safety combos in the NFL, and it would give us two rangy ball hawks defending the deep pass and they can also match up with receivers allowing us more freedom in our blitz packages. The next step for our defense to become elite is to cause more turnovers and big plays.

#49 Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Cornerback Height:6-1. Wt.207 Indiana of Pennsylvania
He ran a 4.31 40 at his pro day and put up 21 benches. He has prototypical height and top end speed. Had he gone to a bigger school this kid would have abeen a first round lock. Thankfully, he slips to us in the 2nd.

#79 Dexter McCluster, Running Back Ole Miss Height: 5-9. Weight: 172.
He slips to us in the 3d round due to concerns about his height and size. We snag him up in the 3d round on a hunch delivered to us by P.Willis that this guy could be the next Hester. He takes a Percy Harvin like role in our offense, and becomes our change of pace back in the Warrick Dunn mold and immediately contributes on kick off returns. My only concern is how well he can hold up in pass protection.
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#113 Dorin Dickerson, TE/FB Pittsburgh Height: 6-1. Weight: 226.
Posted a 4.4 40 yard dash with a 43 inch vertical. Was Pitts. goal line back and scored 6 touchdowns on 20 carries. Replaces Norris and adds more flexibility to the passing game. Would give us two of the fastest tight ends in the league, and a wicked 2 TE 2 WR set. Teams wont know what were doing with our base personnel ever due to our flexibility in both the running and passing game.

#145 Brandon Spikes, 6-3/244 Inside Linebacker Florida
After posting a disappointing 40 time his stock began to slide. Fortunately not many teams are in the market for Ted backers, and were able to snag T.K.O.s distant cousin and let him mentor him.

#182 Ciron Black OL Height: 6-4. Weight: 327
If his stock continues slipping wed be so lucky as to land him here. He can play guard or tackle, and gives us depth and flexibility.

#206 Brandon Sharpe, Outside Linebacker Texas Tech Height: 6-2. Weight: 254
Posted a 4.71 40 and was dynamic pass-rushing specialist, Brandon Sharpe notched 18 TFL and 15 sacks as a senior.

#224 Al Woods, Nose Tackle LSU Height: 6-5. Weight: 314.
With Franklin in the final year of his deal, the 49ers should look into drafting a future replacement to start grooming. Woods would be a steal in the 7th imo.

This is my dream draft and Id be extremely happy with this draft. It addresses the offensive line, our aging defensive backfield and its lack of speed, supplements the offense with role playing play makers, and adds depth to develop to replace current starters in the near future. Although I don't think Williams will be there, or most of my 3d round and later picks for the most part. But I can dream dammit, and this would be one of the best draft scenarios in my opinion. What do ya think?
What do you do if Trent Williams is off the board, likely, at #13?
Very good job!

Doubt Williams makes it to 13 though. Unless he's this years Crabtree.
Sorry, but most of your picks won't be possible because the players will be long gone :

#13 : Trent Williams will go top 10

#17 : Earl Thomas could be there, so good pick

#49 : Owusu-Ansah : A little bit high, but on the rise, so good pick

#79: Mccluster : If he is there at #79 take him, but i doubt he will be there

#113 : Dickerson : Will go in round 3 imo. I doubt he will be there in the middle of round 4

#145 : Spikes : He was slow , but no way he will fall to round 5. He was the leader of Floridas defense. I think round 3, maybe early 4, but never 5

#182 : Black : A 4th rounder, not a 6th rounder

#206: Sharpe : good pick

#224 : Woods : All over the board, but i doubt he will fall to the 7th round.


All my oppinion here, but i checked some draft boards to build it ;)
  • mayo49
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Good fantasy draft.
Originally posted by mebemused:
What do you do if Trent Williams is off the board, likely, at #13?

In my dream draft, teams in the first 12 picks pass on Williams because hes more of a Right Tackle. The fact he struggled at LT could allow him to slip to 13. Oher made it to 23 didnt he?
Originally posted by stever:
Sorry, but most of your picks won't be possible because the players will be long gone :

#13 : Trent Williams will go top 10

#17 : Earl Thomas could be there, so good pick

#49 : Owusu-Ansah : A little bit high, but on the rise, so good pick

#79: Mccluster : If he is there at #79 take him, but i doubt he will be there

#113 : Dickerson : Will go in round 3 imo. I doubt he will be there in the middle of round 4

#145 : Spikes : He was slow , but no way he will fall to round 5. He was the leader of Floridas defense. I think round 3, maybe early 4, but never 5

#182 : Black : A 4th rounder, not a 6th rounder

#206: Sharpe : good pick

#224 : Woods : All over the board, but i doubt he will fall to the 7th round.


All my oppinion here, but i checked some draft boards to build it ;)

My sentiments exactly. I think T. Williams is a lock if he's there at 13, and I love Owusu-Ansah in the 2nd round, as well as Earl Thomas. The rest I agree are all a stretch because I don't think they will fall as far as you have them slotted. Also, if you take Owusu-Ansah, I don't see the need to take McCluster in the 3rd, because Owusu-Ansah is already a highly accomplished KR/PR.
Originally posted by Niners23:
Originally posted by stever:
Sorry, but most of your picks won't be possible because the players will be long gone :

#13 : Trent Williams will go top 10

#17 : Earl Thomas could be there, so good pick

#49 : Owusu-Ansah : A little bit high, but on the rise, so good pick

#79: Mccluster : If he is there at #79 take him, but i doubt he will be there

#113 : Dickerson : Will go in round 3 imo. I doubt he will be there in the middle of round 4

#145 : Spikes : He was slow , but no way he will fall to round 5. He was the leader of Floridas defense. I think round 3, maybe early 4, but never 5

#182 : Black : A 4th rounder, not a 6th rounder

#206: Sharpe : good pick

#224 : Woods : All over the board, but i doubt he will fall to the 7th round.


All my oppinion here, but i checked some draft boards to build it ;)

My sentiments exactly. I think T. Williams is a lock if he's there at 13, and I love Owusu-Ansah in the 2nd round, as well as Earl Thomas. The rest I agree are all a stretch because I don't think they will fall as far as you have them slotted. Also, if you take Owusu-Ansah, I don't see the need to take McCluster in the 3rd, because Owusu-Ansah is already a highly accomplished KR/PR.

McCluster addresses our need for a change of pace back and is the versatile home run threat with speed we need. Plus, I dont mind having two solid return guys in case one goes down or gets tired and both of these players fill needs other than return men. I think there's so many prospects coming out that most 7th round goes will go undrafted. Meaning there will be a lot of solid undrafted players and that day alone and the players we get after the draft could;d have the biggest impact on our team.
Originally posted by stever:
Sorry, but most of your picks won't be possible because the players will be long gone :

#13 : Trent Williams will go top 10

#17 : Earl Thomas could be there, so good pick

#49 : Owusu-Ansah : A little bit high, but on the rise, so good pick

#79: Mccluster : If he is there at #79 take him, but i doubt he will be there

#113 : Dickerson : Will go in round 3 imo. I doubt he will be there in the middle of round 4

#145 : Spikes : He was slow , but no way he will fall to round 5. He was the leader of Floridas defense. I think round 3, maybe early 4, but never 5

#182 : Black : A 4th rounder, not a 6th rounder

#206: Sharpe : good pick

#224 : Woods : All over the board, but i doubt he will fall to the 7th round.


All my oppinion here, but i checked some draft boards to build it ;)

Well im predicting a slide in Trent Williams and McCluster due to Williams struggles at left tackle and most teams draft complete left tackles in the top 10 and McCluster will probably be gone. I sat and struggled for a while trying to decide who was first. If I swapped Owusu-Ansah into the 3d and McCluster into the 2nd, swaooed Black with Spikes and put woods in Spikes spot and removed Spikes all together and found a new 7th rounder would that be better?

Would you guys like me to post another scenario is Trent Williams gone and us selecting a tackle in the 2nd because I had a second mock done, but I didnt think everyone would like me posting multiple mocks.
A 5'10" safety and a 6'1" corner. Interesting
Originally posted by English:
A 5'10" safety and a 6'1" corner. Interesting

I know Thomas is a little smaller than we normally draft, but he would be an impact player at the free safety position allowing us to slide Goldson over to SS. Hes 6'2 205+ and the two should compliment each other nicely. Thomas appears to play bigger than his helmet size too, or maybe as big lol
Originally posted by NTeply49:
Originally posted by English:
A 5'10" safety and a 6'1" corner. Interesting

I know Thomas is a little smaller than we normally draft, but he would be an impact player at the free safety position allowing us to slide Goldson over to SS. Hes 6'2 205+ and the two should compliment each other nicely. Thomas appears to play bigger than his helmet size too, or maybe as big lol

I have no opinion on whether to take him or not, although the size is a little scary! I was just struck by the two heights. When I first starred watching the game they would almost certainly have been reversed!

My only ambitions for the draft, since the re-signing of Sims, is a starting tackle and a starting guard, although I recognise many other needs.