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With the 91st pick in the 2010 NFL draft...

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From what I hear from Sing Bowman is much more developed right now than McKillop
He feeks he can backup Spikes and eventually be the starter
Originally posted by doodle:
"Fist-round talent"... I actually like the sound of that.

Same here! That makes 4 1st round talents. Well done Baalke.
Originally posted by bigtony2tone:
Two things:

1.) From everything I've read about Bowman, he has trouble disengaging from blocks, yet is an instinctive sideline-to-sideline player that moves to the ball. Sounds more like a backup Mike backer to me.

2.) McShay is a moron.

I like the Bowman pick, but I still think McKillop is Spikes' heir-apparent.

Singletary says his strength is not getting engaged and moving through traffic quickly.

Check out the "Draft Profiles" next to the article, see what Sing has to say.
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I also don't think they would have drafted a MLB if McKillop was the heir-apparent. They still need another Corner and for them to draft a MLB with two rounds till their next pick tells me they're high on this guy and have big plans for him.
Originally posted by foreign49er:
Originally posted by bigtony2tone:
Two things:

1.) From everything I've read about Bowman, he has trouble disengaging from blocks, yet is an instinctive sideline-to-sideline player that moves to the ball. Sounds more like a backup Mike backer to me.

2.) McShay is a moron.

I like the Bowman pick, but I still think McKillop is Spikes' heir-apparent.

Singletary says his strength is not getting engaged and moving through traffic quickly.

Check out the "Draft Profiles" next to the article, see what Sing has to say.
LINK

I also don't think they would have drafted a MLB if McKillop was the heir-apparent. They still need another Corner and for them to draft a MLB with two rounds till their next pick tells me they're high on this guy and have big plans for him.

I always thought McKillop would be the backup to Willis. Navarro Bowman is gonna be the next TED once Spikes goes
Right right right I know what Sing said. I'm just saying what I've read in multiple draft reports. I've never seen this guy play more than a few snaps. I personally like the pick.

The staff wanted to replace Matt Wilhelm. That's been obvious. Now with McKillop and Bowman, they have 2 young talents inside and can let Wilhelm go.
What a amasing draft we are having!! Wow!! I am always excited and optomistic this time of year but this draft I really feel will help this team for years to come.

Hopefull we can find a gem with one of our 6th or 7th round pick.



Go Niners
Originally posted by bigtony2tone:
Right right right I know what Sing said. I'm just saying what I've read in multiple draft reports. I've never seen this guy play more than a few snaps. I personally like the pick.

The staff wanted to replace Matt Wilhelm. That's been obvious. Now with McKillop and Bowman, they have 2 young talents inside and can let Wilhelm go.

I agree. I'm not holding my breath for him to become an All-Pro but hopefully he can provide depth and contribute on Special Teams. McKillop really made a name for himself on Special Teams last year.
I saw that he had a really high grade and was suppose to go in the early second, but I read the scouting report that said he's a 4-3 OLB, not a guy that fits us just perfect.

Anybody know a lot about him?
Originally posted by bigtony2tone:
Two things:

1.) From everything I've read about Bowman, he has trouble disengaging from blocks, yet is an instinctive sideline-to-sideline player that moves to the ball. Sounds more like a backup Mike backer to me.

2.) McShay is a moron.

I like the Bowman pick, but I still think McKillop is Spikes' heir-apparent.

mcshay draft anyalsis is pretty good its just his mocks that suck
McShay talks out of his a$$. Take what he says with a grain of salt.
I doubt Wilhelm's going anywhere...he's got excellent experience both in SD and now w/Niners. Young players need veterans to show them the ropes...and Wilhelm could be very valuable in that regard, not to mention he can still play at a pretty high level.
Bowman looks to have the skills to play either inside or outside, but more than likely will be inside. I know Takeo was hoping his cousin Brandon would be his understudy, but I think Bowman's a better player.
I liked the trade-down because I think that we wanted a pass-rusher here anyway, and Bowman was the best on the board. A more even trade would have been SD's 5th rounder and a 2011 4th, but its not a big deal.

I really really like Shipley and Decker (I think Decker will be a catch-everything Ed McCaffery type, especially after seeing him shred Cal), but I don't think 49ers management is looking for a WR after trading for Ginn.

I'd love to leave this draft with a quality corner like Dominique Franks or A-O-A, so I'd like it if we packaged our two #6s and our 2011 4th rounder from SD to move up for one.

Below is a list of players that went in-between the two picks:

LB Butler
C Walton
DT Mitchell
WR Sanders
DT Peters
WR Shipley
QB Mccoy
DE Teo-Nesheim
WR Decker
WR Roberts
QB Edwards
WR Price
like i have alreaidy said, whe should get brandon ghee instead of an (inside) LB. if we really get a fast DB in the 6th-round, then i am very happy.
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Originally posted by Joecool:
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Originally posted by mayo63:
Originally posted by TeambyTheBay:
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Sing said he'll compete with McKillop at linebacker. He's got to be better than him.

He looks light years ahead of McKillop in term of athleticism and play making ability. McKillop was never the long term answer. He's more of a Jeff Ulbrich type of player.

Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised if he beats out McKillop for that backup spot.

Like anyone of you know what you are talking about.

McKillop is, and has always been a tackling machine. Nothing he has done would suggest he doesn't belong. Maybe somebody beats him out one day, but he is hardly wasting space

Don't forget, Dereck Smith was a tackling machine too. Just that he would be making the tackle 5 yards passed his side of the LOS. McKillop has speed issues and is terrible in coverage.

You mean at the end of his 12 year carreer?

Before you go makng things up, you might want to take note that both McKillop and Bowman have identical numbers 6'.0" 245 lbs and both ran 4.70, and never mind Mckillop had a more productive college carreer.

Please dont let the facts get in the way of your bashing.

And lets not forget the TD Scott has against the Rams

I agree Mckillop is a smart tackling machine. But I read somewhere (sorry no link) that he wasn't taking on blockers. Something coach Sing want him to do at that spot. Have you heard anything about this??