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Who dont you want the 49ers to draft?

  • mike
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Hill/fleener are overrated. Would rather go BPA whether it's pass rush, cb, or OG.
Stephen Hill - did not produce enough in college to justify hype.
Kendall Wright - Small
LaMicheal James - Does not have what it takes to be an every down back and would basically fill role we already have Hunter for.

Funny to see a couple of my most wanted players(Jeffery and Jenkins) on multiple lists.
Originally posted by DRUSTOPO:
Brandon Jacobs...oops. too late!

Seriously though...

QBs = have enough
Janoris Jenkins ( CB ) = too much baggage
Poe ( DT ) = combine superstar with little production in a Non-BCS conference
Upshaw ( DE/OLB ) = too fat and not enough explosiveness
David Wilson ( RB ) = overrated
Chris Rainey ( RB ) = waaaay too small
Kendal Wright ( WR ) = dont want him in the 1st, too small. Too many WR's available with size when he's being picked.


Yeah, a pick at number 30 is almost a high second. So you are saying that undersized
WR's like Mike Wallace, Steve Smith, Desaun Jackson,Wes Welker are not worth the 30th pick??
A RB. We are loaded at RB. I know we need to plan for the future, but that's the easiest position to fill. Plus, a rookie can easily come in and contribute if we need a back next season. Even if Gore goes down, I feel like a Hunter/Jacobs duo is enough to win in the NFL.

Hill scares me. I like some of the OGs, but we've spent so many early picks on the Oline, I feel like the 1st is bad value for us. With good coaching, which we now have, a 2nd round OG should be able to produce for us.

So... RB, OG, or Hill. That pretty much describes 75% of the mocks.
  • GORO
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Poe if available, Kendall Wright, Upshaw are the three I donot want to take a risk on.
Criner & Burfict
Jeffery, Randle, Sanu, Wright or Ta'amu.
Absolutley do not draft Kendall Wright!!!
Originally posted by 9erred:
Yeah, a pick at number 30 is almost a high second. So you are saying that undersized
WR's like Mike Wallace, Steve Smith, Desaun Jackson,Wes Welker are not worth the 30th pick??

im kind of confused why wright isnt getting any love

he will be impossible to stop in man coverage on 1 on 1 which is exactly what we need for 3rd downs (victor cruz is a great example of that typeof player)

and has the ability to take it to the house
No kickers
was going to list janorris jenkins, then saw that niners open vs packers and lions, two potent passing attacks, so jenkins will be ok
Originally posted by hofer36:
was going to list janorris jenkins, then saw that niners open vs packers and lions, two potent passing attacks, so jenkins will be ok


I would jump on Janoris Jenkins with pick 61 in a New York Minute. I was watching path to the drafrt last night, and they said he is the best cover corner in the draft. This was followed up with he would slide into round 3 because of his off field issues, but with the NFL's passing attacks one team will take a flyer on him in round 2.

I have zero problems burining a low second on him, it is risk reward, he is high risk, but Taylor Mays was a choir boy who never saw the fiedl
If we dont get a OL in the early rounds i hope we land Senio Kelemete.
Originally posted by 9erred:
Originally posted by DRUSTOPO:
Brandon Jacobs...oops. too late!

Seriously though...

QBs = have enough
Janoris Jenkins ( CB ) = too much baggage
Poe ( DT ) = combine superstar with little production in a Non-BCS conference
Upshaw ( DE/OLB ) = too fat and not enough explosiveness
David Wilson ( RB ) = overrated
Chris Rainey ( RB ) = waaaay too small
Kendal Wright ( WR ) = dont want him in the 1st, too small. Too many WR's available with size when he's being picked.


Yeah, a pick at number 30 is almost a high second. So you are saying that undersized
WR's like Mike Wallace, Steve Smith, Desaun Jackson,Wes Welker are not worth the 30th pick??

So you're comparing Wright to 4 of the top 10 WRs in the league now? Thats like me comparing Randle to Fitz and Megatron because they are 6'3"+. For every Wallace, Smith, Jackson and Welker there are a thousand other small WR's that fizzle. WIth the makeup of our WR corps under contract for the next 2-3 years, Manningham and Crabtree, both smaller possession type WRs, what benefit would another smaller possession WR do for this team? Also, its not like Wright is a burner.

Combine Stats
Wright = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.61
Jackson = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.35
Smith = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.41
Wallace = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.28
Welker = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.60

So can he compare to Wes Welker? Maybe, maybe not. If we're going to pick a WR at 30, Id rather have a Randle, Hill, Jeffery than Wright since they bring a different dimension to our offense and can help in the Red Zone.

I love how decorated Wright has been over his college career, but he DID have RG3 tossing to him. If you want someone with Wes Welker like potential, why not wait three rounds and pick someone who was even BETTER than Wright =

Wright
08 = 50 REC, 649 YDS, 5 TD
09 = 66 REC, 740 YDS, 4 TD
10 = 78 REC, 952 YDS, 7 TD
11 = 108 REC, 1663 YDS, 14 TD

Broyles
08 = 46 REC, 687 YDS, 6 TD
09 = 89 REC, 1120 YDS, 15 TD
10 = 131 REC, 1622 YDS, 14 TD
11 = 83 REC, 1157 YDS, 10 TD

And Ryan didn't have a Heisman Troyphy winner tossing bombs to him. Why spend a 1st on a Wright when a Broyles will be there in the 3rd or 4th, and he returns punts. I just don't see the value picking Wright at 30, again..too many WR's available with size when he's being picked.
Originally posted by DRUSTOPO:
So you're comparing Wright to 4 of the top 10 WRs in the league now? Thats like me comparing Randle to Fitz and Megatron because they are 6'3"+. For every Wallace, Smith, Jackson and Welker there are a thousand other small WR's that fizzle. WIth the makeup of our WR corps under contract for the next 2-3 years, Manningham and Crabtree, both smaller possession type WRs, what benefit would another smaller possession WR do for this team? Also, its not like Wright is a burner.

Combine Stats
Wright = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.61
Jackson = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.35
Smith = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.41
Wallace = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.28
Welker = 40 Yrd Dash: 4.60

So can he compare to Wes Welker? Maybe, maybe not. If we're going to pick a WR at 30, Id rather have a Randle, Hill, Jeffery than Wright since they bring a different dimension to our offense and can help in the Red Zone.

I love how decorated Wright has been over his college career, but he DID have RG3 tossing to him. If you want someone with Wes Welker like potential, why not wait three rounds and pick someone who was even BETTER than Wright =

Wright
08 = 50 REC, 649 YDS, 5 TD
09 = 66 REC, 740 YDS, 4 TD
10 = 78 REC, 952 YDS, 7 TD
11 = 108 REC, 1663 YDS, 14 TD

Broyles
08 = 46 REC, 687 YDS, 6 TD
09 = 89 REC, 1120 YDS, 15 TD
10 = 131 REC, 1622 YDS, 14 TD
11 = 83 REC, 1157 YDS, 10 TD

And Ryan didn't have a Heisman Troyphy winner tossing bombs to him. Why spend a 1st on a Wright when a Broyles will be there in the 3rd or 4th, and he returns punts. I just don't see the value picking Wright at 30, again..too many WR's available with size when he's being picked.

comparinf 40 times isnt really fair he had bad track form when running the 40 however he is the fastest player in college football when he plays in pads and thats all that matters

i agree having RG3 helped wright a lot but

wright caught 50 % of RG3 throws
and had 40 % RG3 passing yards

wright was a huge part of that poffense

and wright is a burner a huge one he is impossible to guard in one on one situations (like cruz greg hennings steve smith)

true we already have 2 smaller WR but neither are as quick or as fast as wright is