For me, the glaring need for our 49ers was at WR. Losing Morgan was a big lose, and I think it might have exposed us a little. So I think drafting a big physical WR with good hands in the firat round is a must. And fortunately this years draft class is deep with those types. Mohamed Sanu, Alshon Jeffery, and Nick Toon will probably still be there for us in the first. I like Tommy Streeter but I think he will be there for us in the 3rd unless theres a major run on WR's. Bottom line is that we need a big physical guy to come in to compete for that number 1 WR spot. A healthy Morgan beats Crabs to me for #2. (Crabs is approaching bust status.) We have a speedy WR in Kyle Williams who can stretch the field (but schould never return kicks). We have a returner in Ginn, who we should be re-signing forthwith. We're just missing that lagit #1 guy at WR. If we can't sign Colston (who I think we should pursue hard) then our first round - and purhaps some later round - pick should be on a WR.
The 2nd should be either CB or FS. Of the two I'd say that FS is the higher priority. The good thing was that Goldston isn't injury prone. But behind him we have nobody. Now I see him coming back because the 49ers will franchise him if they cannot re-sign him. I don't know anout other fans but I think that Carlos Rogers will resign. So drafting a FS will be important. This draft class isn't deep at all with safties so we should really be targeting Antonio Allen in the second round out of South Carolina, even move up to get him if have to. After him there's a big dropoff at safty. If we don't go FS then we have to go CB. Trumaine Johnson out of Montana and Leonard Johnson of Iowa St. should be there in the 2nd.