Just a quick mock I wanted to toss together. I haven't had the time I used to to really get in depth with the draft but here goes.
Alex Smith, QB - Pretty obviously we're going to bring him back in.
Carlos Rogers - Was such a big part of us leading the league in turnover ratio.
Dashon Goldson - Proved his worth in 2011.
Robert Meachem - Big speedy receiver who showed a pretty nice nose for the endzone despite usualy being the 2nd or 3rd option in an offense filled with playmakers.
Ben Grubbs - Big OG who hs shown a knack for opening up big holes in the running game.
Being so far back to being with I think we'd be in much better position to trade back into the midle of the 2nd round and pick up a 3rd rounder either to team wanting to move up to get their guy.
2a: Bruce Irvin, OLB, WVU
Irvin has just blown up the combine which isn't a surprise to anyone familiar with him. Irvin is a physical specimen with room to add 10-15 lbs. Has a variety of pass rushing moves, including speed and power. He has a high motor and does not give up on plays. Has a history of causing turnovers. He'll likely start his career seeing the field only on passing downs but with some work he has the ability to become a 3 down player.
2b: Chase Minnifield, CB, UVA
Good all around CB who isn't afraid to get physical. Solid tackler who is willing to take on backs. Good hands and has good timing to swat/intercept balls. Probably will never be considered an NFL shutdown CB but will be able to match up against good NFL WRs.. Has great bloodlines.
3a: Ladarius Green, TE, La. Lafayette
Reach? Maybe. Green is a huge target and while he did play at a small school he showed up big against big competition. Green measured in at 6'6', 238 lbs, and covered the 40 in 4.5. With the production we saw from this type of TE in the NFL this year his stock will be very high and it's certainly possible that we would have to snag him earlier then this to get him but for now here is ok. Would provide a RZ threat that we have sorely been lacking.
3b: LaMichael James, RB, Oregon
Lack f size drops one of the elite playmakers in college football into this area. He likely isn't going to be a bell cow back in the NFL but we don't need one. Frank Gore and Kendell Hunter did a great job in 2011 but we were missing a homerun scatback type of player to change the pace. Jams provides that. His ability in space would add more options for us in the redzone, on third down, and at any point when we need a spark on offense. Having Gore and Hunter to carry the load would allow James to get 3-5 touches a game, which sholud help keep them all fresh al season long.
4: Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas
Adams slow 40 will hurt him, and unless he can make scouts forget about that he will likely be availabe here. His value to us is obvious. We need an upgrade in the slot and we need more options in the return game. Adams is a pretty polished WR in the slot and his returns are well documented.
5: Josh Chapman, DT, Alabama
A big NT prospect who excels in the run game.
6: Ron Brooks, CB, LSU
Pretty popular guy around the Webzone. Selected here more for his ability on special teams than his CB play, but with time he could prove to be a valuable defender.
7: Dale Moss, WR, South Dakota State.
Big WR with a history in basetball, my favorite late round sleeper.
I tried to target free agents that were't too old and wouldn't command elite FA money.