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Day 3 - Draft General Discussion

Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
I think we nab Massie with one of our 4th picks as insurance going into camp. -This is gonna be an offensive-stocked draft (seeing in how we locked down even our DEPTH GUYS on he defense amidst FA).

i think we take a S for sure somewhere in the draft. Other than that i could care less if they spend every other pick left on offense. Get that s**t fixed now while the defense is at the level it is.
I want to see Markelle Martin or Josh Norman.....with all the high-octane offenses the 49ers will be seeing, additional depth in the secondary cannot be considered a bad thing.
Originally posted by austrich:
Originally posted by 49oz2superbowl:
I wouldn't call it so much of an abundance. The only legitimate PR/KR on the team is Tedd Ginn (with ). Lamichael James and AJ Jenkins have served in role return roles at times and Perrish Cox is a solid return man, but Tedd Ginn is really the only guy I would feel safe back there returning punts game in and game out.

At WR we have:

Michael Crabtree (lock), Mario Manningham (lock), AJ Jenkins (lock), Randy Moss (high risk/high reward), Kyle Williams (fringe), Tedd Ginn (should only be viwed as a PR)

That's 6 WR's, with two of them that could very easily not be on the team at the begining of the season (Williams and Moss) and another that is just a return specialist at this juncture. With that said, I only see three wr's that we are committed to on this team.

A player like Devon Wylie or Joe Adams, if determined to be the BPA should very much be considered with our 2nd 4th round pick or 5th. They would provide a great 4th wr (with potential to be elite slot players) AND be above average return men in the NFL.

True, that we shouldn't count on Moss' inclusion in either the short or long-term. But, he can't be ruled out, either. (Personally, much of me wishes he wasn't even in the discussion, but the brass didn't ask my opinion.)

Ginn is, barring injury, definitely the man this year, as that's THE reason he's on the team. But, if Harbaalke/Seely envision James, for example, the eventual man for kick return duties, I would imagine that in Harbaalke's minds rules out an Adams or Wylie.

Personally, I hope that's not the case. As much as I like positional versatility in a player, if LaMichael is going to be counted on to do some big things, his returning kicks simply creates an added injury liability.

So, depending on how they envision the futures for the players currently (& about to be on the roster) I hope there's room for Wylie.

You and me both
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Im gonna predict ILB K.Robinson, Texas, and they turn him into a OLB
My ideal 4th round:

Crick

Trade 4th and 7th to move up to top half of round and select

Dennard

Then trade 5th and next years 7th (or AD if anyone would have him lol) to move into the bottom of the round

and Get Ryan Miller, OG.



Use the 6th round on best 3-4 DT available.
[ Edited by NY9ERS on Apr 28, 2012 at 5:00 AM ]
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
i think we take a S for sure somewhere in the draft. Other than that i could care less if they spend every other pick left on offense. Get that s**t fixed now while the defense is at the level it is.

The problem is, other than the top couple of guys, the S position is weak in this draft. They can probably find a project UFA for the position or pick up someone who was cut and get just as much value as they would in picking one.
gonna say we target jonathan massaquoi today
Dennard and crick. Make it happen Baalke
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Why hasn't Crick been drafted yet? He'd look good in a 49er uni.
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Originally posted by J49er:
Originally posted by JerseyNiner:
4th round, No. 125 overall
Tommy Streeter
Receiving G Rec Yards Yds/ RecLong TD Yds/G
2011
12 46 811 17.6 57 8 67.6
Position: WR
Class: Jr
School: Miami (FL)

HT: 6'5"
WT: 219 lbs.
40 Time: 4.37
Conference: ACC


Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/draft-2012/players/83619.html#ixzz1tJAV16ja

This!

crick or winn 1st pick
miles burris or other olb 2nd pick
ben jones or other lineman 3rd pick
janzen jackson or other safety 4th pick
cliff harris last pick
Originally posted by NY9ERS:
My ideal 4th round:

Crick

Trade 4th and 7th to move up to top half of round and select

Dennard

Then trade 5th and next years 7th (or AD if anyone would have him lol) to move into the bottom of the round

and Get Ryan Miller, OG.



Use the 6th round on best 3-4 DT available.

Sweet!
Love reading these threads just to see who we wont pick haha
Ronnell Lewis for a good developmental OLB and immediate impact Special Teamer. Best OG available with the next 4th round pick.
I think we will draft someone that I wouldn't think we would draft.