So how'd you do? Let's compare you and MD with the actual Niner draft:
AJ Jenkins, taken #30. You had him at #83, MD had him at #52. You missed by -53, MD missed by -22.
LaMichael James taken at #61. You had him at #78, MD had him at #74. You missed by -17, MD missed by -13.
Joe Looney taken at #117. You had him at 120, MD at #189. You had a near miss at -3; MD missed by -72.
Darius Fleming taken at #165. You had him at #244, MD had him at #168. You missed by -79; MD had a near miss at -3;
Trent Robinson taken at #180. You had him at 122; MD at 102. You missed by +58, MD by +78;
Jason Slowey taken at #199. You didn't list him, so figure you'd now list him at 254, a miss of +55; MD had him at 245, a miss of +46;
Cam Johnson taken at #237. You had him at #89; MD at #76. You missed by +148; MD missed by +161.
The biggest miss, the most glaring error for you both was Cam Johnson--which just illustrates the difference between the NFL pros and you guys, who didn't have access to medical records on players and were undoubtedly unaware of Johnson's sickle cell diagnosis.
Really, given the much more limited information on all these guys that you have access to, compared to the NFL personnel departments and GMs, its remarkable that you were so close on the Looney selection and MD was so close on the Fleming pick.
If I had to give you guys grades (I know, unfair for at least three years), I'd have to say you get a D and MD gets a D+.
MD completely missed on six of the seven picks, and missed badly on four of them:Looney, Robinson, Slowey, and Johnson. But MD gets some credit for even listing Slowey, a small school OL who could easily have been overlooked.
You missed on six of seven, and missed badly on Jenkins, Robinson, Fleming, Johnson and Slowey.
Really, totally kidding about "grades." Grades are as meaningless for you guys as they are for NFL teams at this point. So take them as what they're intended to be, just jocular insults.
Good effort, and better luck next year.