Morgan Burnett and Brandon Spikes.
Hopefully we can gain some additional picks as well by possibly trading players that we feel are no longer part of our future. Manny Lawson and David Baas are the first that come to mind and we might be able to get an extra 3rd and 4th rounder out of them. Would love an additional 2nd but that's being probably to greedy.
I'm very happy with our first round. I came in feeling pretty positive no matter what we decided to do in the first. My hope was Anthony Davis and Kyle Wilson but I'm just as happy knowing Iupati is on the team instead. He's a mauler and will definitely upgrade the interior of our line, something we sorely needed. We seemed to do a lot of homework on Anthony Davis, so the FO and coaching staff have a lot to go on and felt he was a can't miss player. After he fell past Buffalo and the Jags threw a curveball with Alualu, the Niners couldn't be patient anymore. They had their sights set on this guy and didn't want to run the risk of another team trading up for him. Wish we still had our 4th but it's hard to be upset when you know that your team did everything in their power to get they player they coveted.
After addressing the O-line in the first I feel the Niners now should focus on a way to upgrade their secondary. With a lot of the top CB's already coming off the board in the first I feel the Niners shouldn't reach for a CB and go with the top S prospect on their board. Morgan Burnett or Nate Allen are players I really want the team to draft in the 2nd.
With the 3rd rounder, the Niners should continue to focus on defense. IMO this is a round where they go BPA out of DT, OLB, ILB or CB. Players like Linval Joseph, Brandon Spikes, Brandon Ghee, Ricky Sapp and Owusu-Ansah would all present great value in the third round. Hoping at least one player from that list finds their way to 79.
I'm happy with the start so far and hoping for another great day tomorrow.