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9/17/12
From Draftscout

Rob Rang
Da'Rick Rogers, WR Tennessee Tech
The off-field concerns that led to Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley releasing the extremely talented Rodgers will certainly lead to plenty of questions from NFL teams. The fact that Jim Harbaugh was willing to gamble on Randy Moss shows that this team still is on the lookout for game-breakers and won't let a player's past ruin his chances of making a club. Rodgers' size, strength and speed will equate to a first round grade. Considering their "breakout" last year and early success thus far in 2012, few teams have the guts to swing for the fences with a player like Rodgers. The 49ers, however, could be one of them.


Dane Brugler
Corey Lemonier, DE Auburn
[ Edited by jreff22 on Sep 18, 2012 at 6:15 PM ]
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Originally posted by jreff22:
9/17/12
From Draftscout

Rob Rang
Da'Rick Rogers, WR Tennessee Tech
The off-field concerns that led to Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley releasing the extremely talented Rodgers will certainly lead to plenty of questions from NFL teams. The fact that Jim Harbaugh was willing to gamble on Randy Moss shows that this team still is on the lookout for game-breakers and won't let a player's past ruin his chances of making a club. Rodgers' size, strength and speed will equate to a first round grade. Considering their "breakout" last year and early success thus far in 2012, few teams have the guts to swing for the fences with a player like Rodgers. The 49ers, however, could be one of them.


Dane Brugler
Corey Lemonier, DE Auburn

This with our 1st rounder?

The good ol' Walterfootball says.......

as of 9/18
San Francisco 49ers: Johnathan Jenkins, NT, Georgia
The 49ers have a fantastic defense, but one thing they're missing is a quality nose tackle. They don't really need one based on the formations they play, but this is a luxury pick they can afford to make because they have so few needs.
9/14/12
From Draftcountdown

BARRETT JONES, C, ALABAMA

It's amazing how Jim Harbaugh has transformed this franchise simply by implementing a new attitude and mindset. The 49ers certainly aren't the most talented team in the league and may not even rank in the top five but they compensate with a hard-nosed, blue-collar mentality. Strong play along the offensive line is a hallmark of that approach and even though San Francisco has made major strides in the trenches there is still room for improvement on the interior. Barrett Jones of Alabama is the reigning Outland Trophy winner and could project to center, guard or tackle at the next level. While not an overly impressive physical specimen Jones is technically sound with top intangibles and you just can't put a price on the type of versatility that he offers. Needless to say Jones would fit right in with the Niners, whether it be as a replacement for the aging Jonathan Goodwin in the pivot or at right guard where Alex Boone would probably be much better utlilized in a swing backup role. San Francisco could also be in the market for some more help at cornerback and it would not hurt to bolster their depth along the defensive line.
9/17/12
From Bleacher report

San Francisco 49ers: T.J. McDonald, FS, USC

The 49ers failed to come to terms on a long-term contract extension with free safety Dashon Goldson this offseason, making it likely that the franchise-tagged safety could leave in 2013.If that is the case, replacing him will likely be the priority for the team projected to be Super Bowl XLVII champs, and USC's T.J. McDonald would be a good fit.McDonald is a solid all-around safety who brings the same physical attributes and hard-hitting play to the position that Goldson does.The 49ers also need an upgrade at right guard, but there is not adequate value on the board. The 49ers should keep their defense as the top priority.
9/17/12

From MyNFLDraft.com

Ricky Wagner
Ht/Wt: 6-6/317 lbs
Position: OT
School: Wisconsin
Class: RS Senior
Originally posted by jreff22:
9/17/12
From Bleacher report

San Francisco 49ers: T.J. McDonald, FS, USC

The 49ers failed to come to terms on a long-term contract extension with free safety Dashon Goldson this offseason, making it likely that the franchise-tagged safety could leave in 2013.If that is the case, replacing him will likely be the priority for the team projected to be Super Bowl XLVII champs, and USC's T.J. McDonald would be a good fit.McDonald is a solid all-around safety who brings the same physical attributes and hard-hitting play to the position that Goldson does.The 49ers also need an upgrade at right guard, but there is not adequate value on the board. The 49ers should keep their defense as the top priority.


I would like this pick if dashon decides to leave.
Originally posted by gold49digger:
Originally posted by jreff22:
9/17/12
From Bleacher report

San Francisco 49ers: T.J. McDonald, FS, USC

The 49ers failed to come to terms on a long-term contract extension with free safety Dashon Goldson this offseason, making it likely that the franchise-tagged safety could leave in 2013.If that is the case, replacing him will likely be the priority for the team projected to be Super Bowl XLVII champs, and USC's T.J. McDonald would be a good fit.McDonald is a solid all-around safety who brings the same physical attributes and hard-hitting play to the position that Goldson does.The 49ers also need an upgrade at right guard, but there is not adequate value on the board. The 49ers should keep their defense as the top priority.


I would like this pick if dashon decides to leave.

He's my number one guy for now.
Lol, Mock Drafts deserve mocking.... have any of these guys even watched Boone play guard this year. IMO he's been outstanding. Might he be a better OT? Sure but he's not leaving a hole thus far.

I'm on board for grabbing a safety as long as they're going to contribute from the start. Otherwise we go back to WR where we need that big RZ body or a Justin Smith clone(if there is such a thing).

I think our needs scale like this...
1. FS - Starter
2. Playmaking/Redzone WR.
3. DL - Depth/High motor w/ pass rush skills.
4. OLB - Pass rushing specialist
5. TE or CB
Thanks for the excellent update.

Our needs will be more apparent as the season progresses. So far Boone is playing above expectations.

I'm a bit old fashioned and believe the wars are won in the trenches and if we can pick up a player similar to Justin - I'm all in.

It will be very interesting to see how Moss fares this season - finding a similar clone would be great.

With the 2 guys on IR, Cam & Fleming at OLB I can't see any glaring need going into the 3rd game.

Please keep up these interesting posts.
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
Thanks for the excellent update.

Our needs will be more apparent as the season progresses. So far Boone is playing above expectations.

I'm a bit old fashioned and believe the wars are won in the trenches and if we can pick up a player similar to Justin - I'm all in.

It will be very interesting to see how Moss fares this season - finding a similar clone would be great.

With the 2 guys on IR, Cam & Fleming at OLB I can't see any glaring need going into the 3rd game.

Please keep up these interesting posts.

only problem is that player will be a top 1 pick and can easily go #1 as he is the most talented player in the draft


i agree we need a better DE (for depth not really a starter just so we can create a rotation)

now that i think about it OLB may not be a need we do get fleming back who is considered a pass rush specialist

i think TE may be a need as well as a S
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
Thanks for the excellent update.

Our needs will be more apparent as the season progresses. So far Boone is playing above expectations.

I'm a bit old fashioned and believe the wars are won in the trenches and if we can pick up a player similar to Justin - I'm all in.

It will be very interesting to see how Moss fares this season - finding a similar clone would be great.

With the 2 guys on IR, Cam & Fleming at OLB I can't see any glaring need going into the 3rd game.

Please keep up these interesting posts.

only problem is that player will be a top 1 pick and can easily go #1 as he is the most talented player in the draft


i agree we need a better DE (for depth not really a starter just so we can create a rotation)

now that i think about it OLB may not be a need we do get fleming back who is considered a pass rush specialist

i think TE may be a need as well as a S

Don't bet on Flemming being 100% and having the ability to be the surefire primary backup. Right now I look at him as a non option going into next year just like Cam. May be unfair but its better to be safe then sorry.
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Originally posted by sfout:
The good ol' Walterfootball says.......

as of 9/18
San Francisco 49ers: Johnathan Jenkins, NT, Georgia
The 49ers have a fantastic defense, but one thing they're missing is a quality nose tackle. They don't really need one based on the formations they play, but this is a luxury pick they can afford to make because they have so few needs.

I have a draft site so I'll watch a team's first two games(because they're nationally televised) then decide they don't use a nose tackle because the teams they are playing pass in 3-5 wr sets all game long. My name is Walter and I'm a moron.
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NFL Mock Draft Last Updated: September 11

27. San Francisco 49ers
Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee*
Bray has exhibited good poise, a strong arm and improving accuracy. If he chooses to declare for the 2013 NFL Draft, he could easily be a top ten pick.

http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2013-mock-draft-picks-17-32/


Got to love early mock drafts!
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Originally posted by DVDA:
I have a draft site so I'll watch a team's first two games(because they're nationally televised) then decide they don't use a nose tackle because the teams they are playing pass in 3-5 wr sets all game long. My name is Walter and I'm a moron.

I know right lol


Originally posted by Jcool:
NFL Mock Draft Last Updated: September 11

27. San Francisco 49ers
Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee*
Bray has exhibited good poise, a strong arm and improving accuracy. If he chooses to declare for the 2013 NFL Draft, he could easily be a top ten pick.

http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2013-mock-draft-picks-17-32/


Got to love early mock drafts!

Definitely love the early mocks. that is ridiculous.
Originally posted by btthepunk:
Originally posted by gold49digger:
Originally posted by jreff22:
9/17/12
From Bleacher report

San Francisco 49ers: T.J. McDonald, FS, USC

The 49ers failed to come to terms on a long-term contract extension with free safety Dashon Goldson this offseason, making it likely that the franchise-tagged safety could leave in 2013.If that is the case, replacing him will likely be the priority for the team projected to be Super Bowl XLVII champs, and USC's T.J. McDonald would be a good fit.McDonald is a solid all-around safety who brings the same physical attributes and hard-hitting play to the position that Goldson does.The 49ers also need an upgrade at right guard, but there is not adequate value on the board. The 49ers should keep their defense as the top priority.


I would like this pick if dashon decides to leave.

He's my number one guy for now.


I'm on board the T.J. McDonald legacy pick bandwagon too. Dashon has been impossible to resign and I think T.J. would fit nicely in our D.