1st Round - Cody Fleener, Stanford TE (6'6" 250 pounds) Fleener's size, athleticism, and ability to catch the ball downfield (19.6 YPC in 2011) will be a tremendous asset to the Niners offense. Jim Harbaugh loves utilizing multiple tight ends in his offense .With teams like New Orleans and New England thriving with big bodied TEs, it seems easy to pair Fleener with Davis and Delanie Walker. He will be a natural fit.
2nd Round - Jared Crick, Nebraska DE (6'6" 285 pounds) Smith replacement He's coming off a pectoral injury, but when healthy he was a monster at Nebraska. Crick has the strength to be a quality run defender on the edge also has the flexibility to play anywhere along the defensive line, depending upon down and distance.
3rd Round - Robert Turbin, Utah State RB (5'10" 216 pounds) Gore replacement after this season. Very good pass blocker and better in short yardage than Dixon.
4th Round - Brain Quick, Appalachian State WR (6'4" 216 pounds) Quick is a big, raw, athletic receiver who dominated the FCS level - which is what Baalke looks for in a small school prospect.
5th Round - Ryan Miller, Colorado G (6'7" 321 pounds) He plays with very good leverage for his size. Has very good movement and quick feet , so he won't be a liability in pulls and traps.
6th Round - Chris Owusu, Stanford WR/KR (6'0" 196 pounds) Too much talent to pass up even with his injury concerns. He would compete with Kyle Williams for a roster spot.
7th Round - Miles Burris, San Diego State OLB (6'2" 246 pounds) High character and great backup and ST, needed especially since we only went with 3 last year.