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Stephen Hill, Coby Fleener, Peter Konz. All gone by pick #30. What then?

Janoris Jenkins
Originally posted by goodthings19:
Janoris Jenkins

I tend to have unconditional love for most prospects. I think the Alshon Jeffery hate is rediculous. I thought Ryan Mallet got the shaft. I never thought Crabtree sounded like a bad guy. Never even understood NaVorro Bowmans "character concerns".

Janoris Jenkins sounds like a piece of shi*t, though. First round is just too high to take a guy like that, IMO.
Originally posted by Engleburger:
Originally posted by goodthings19:
Janoris Jenkins

I tend to have unconditional love for most prospects. I think the Alshon Jeffery hate is rediculous. I thought Ryan Mallet got the shaft. I never thought Crabtree sounded like a bad guy. Never even understood NaVorro Bowmans "character concerns".

Janoris Jenkins sounds like a piece of shi*t, though. First round is just too high to take a guy like that, IMO.

Alshon Jeffrey's playing weight is like 250 lbs. And he runs like a 4.8..... God I hope we don't pick him.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by Engleburger:
Originally posted by goodthings19:
Janoris Jenkins

I tend to have unconditional love for most prospects. I think the Alshon Jeffery hate is rediculous. I thought Ryan Mallet got the shaft. I never thought Crabtree sounded like a bad guy. Never even understood NaVorro Bowmans "character concerns".

Janoris Jenkins sounds like a piece of shi*t, though. First round is just too high to take a guy like that, IMO.

Alshon Jeffrey's playing weight is like 250 lbs. And he runs like a 4.8..... God I hope we don't pick him.

I'm assuming we wouldn't take him unless our staff is absolutely certain they can make him play great every year. Also, he has to LOVE the game. Not play for money only and great every other year. I don't know what kinda guy he is. The real question is can he get open, catch and score td's. Most especially in the red zone.
[ Edited by 9erguy on Mar 7, 2012 at 9:01 PM ]
Miller won't be there either. Trade down into the early second round and get an extra 3rd or 4th round pick. The pick? Kendall Reyes DE UConn.
Originally posted by m_brockalexander:
Miller won't be there either. Trade down into the early second round and get an extra 3rd or 4th round pick. The pick? Kendall Reyes DE UConn.

But if he was there would you take him? I would in a heartbeat at #30. He's worth that. And could be our ever down RB for the future. RB is diminished somewhat around the NFL with rule changes but it's more important to our team than it is to most.
McShay has us going with Hill at 30.

San Francisco 49ersRecord: 13-3Stephen Hill*, WR, Georgia Tech

This is a big high for a raw prospect like Hill, but with the Patriots and so many other teams looking for size and the ability to stretch the field it won't surprise me to see him off the board this early. Hill (6-4, 215) showed flashes of his big-play ability in 2011 (28 catches, 820 yards), and he had one of the best combine workouts I've ever seen from a wide receiver. The 49ers have a bigger need at cornerback, but with Josh Morgan and Ted Ginn headed for free agency they could be left with Michael Crabtree and a whole lot of nothing at receiver when draft day rolls around.
And Kiper too.

San Francisco 49ersRecord: 13-3* Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech

Hill set Indy ablaze, going sub-4.4 in the 40 while measuring 6-foot-4. San Francisco, meet the deep threat you've been looking for. It's no secret the 49ers need more out of their wide receivers, and Hill brings a new aspect to the table, with elite size and track speed to stretch defenses both for himself, and to open up things underneath. He'll need an adjustment period as he gets used to a more conventional offense, but some team is going to fall in love with the measurables.
Very seriously doubt he is there at #30. But if he is we have to pick him (Hill).
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Alshon Jeffrey's playing weight is like 250 lbs. And he runs like a 4.8..... God I hope we don't pick him.

Like you ever watched him play so how would you know
Right now everyone is falling in love with the "measurables" rather than the football players. I care more about production than 40 time...and believe most GMs and coaches do as well.
Originally posted by jimmy49erfan:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Alshon Jeffrey's playing weight is like 250 lbs. And he runs like a 4.8..... God I hope we don't pick him.

Like you ever watched him play so how would you know

Yup I've watched him play and he is fat and slow.
I like Miller a lot, and this year is the perfect year to find a replacement for Gore. We don't need to wait till he suffers (god forbid) a season ending injury and ruin our season. Miller seems like a guy who will be a damn good RB in NFL imo and if he is the best player we can get at 30 and we better pull the trigger.

We have a pretty good team, and few holes to fill - we don't need to reach in the draft.
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
I like Miller a lot, and this year is the perfect year to find a replacement for Gore. We don't need to wait till he suffers (god forbid) a season ending injury and ruin our season. Miller seems like a guy who will be a damn good RB in NFL imo and if he is the best player we can get at 30 and we better pull the trigger.

We have a pretty good team, and few holes to fill - we don't need to reach in the draft.

I agree.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by m_brockalexander:
Miller won't be there either. Trade down into the early second round and get an extra 3rd or 4th round pick. The pick? Kendall Reyes DE UConn.

But if he was there would you take him? I would in a heartbeat at #30. He's worth that. And could be our ever down RB for the future. RB is diminished somewhat around the NFL with rule changes but it's more important to our team than it is to most.

I would say yes if he was there, but I don't think he makes it that far. The Bengals, Bucs, Chiefs, Browns and Jets could all use RB's and there is only one Trent Richardson. Miller is definitely the second best RB and he definitely looks like an everydown back.