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I just don't understand Goldson and his agents thinking. What team is going to pay him 8+ million dollars a year long term? He gambled and lost in 2011 and I think he losses again unless he lowers his expectations.
9/26

Draftscout

32. San Francisco 49ersJonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina:
The Niners aren't shy about drafting offensive linemen in the first round and with Adam Snyder leaving San Francisco via free agency, the right guard spot is currently a question mark. Cooper might not be a first round pick now, but he has top-32 potential with a few tweaks as a senior.

32. San Francisco 49ersDa'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.
9/26

Walterfootball

28. 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.

58. San Francisco 49ers: Khaled Holmes, C, USC
The 49ers could use some help on the offensive line. Khaled Holmes could eventually take over for Jonathan Goodwin, who will be 34 in December.

70. San Francisco 49ers: Chase Thomas, DE/OLB, Stanford
The 49ers are pretty much stacked everywhere, but they don't have much depth at rush linebacker.

90. San Francisco 49ers: Matt Elam, S, Florida
Dashon Goldson was slapped with a franchise tag this prior offseason. The 49ers will need a replacement if they can't sign him to a long-term deal.
9/25

MyNFLdraft.com

#20
Brennan Williams
Ht/Wt: 6-7/320 lbs
Position: OT
School: UNC
Class: Senior
For s**ts and giggles, Scouts Inc lower rated guys...NOT A MOCK, ONLY PLAYER RANKING

22. Kenny Vaccaro S Texas 90
23. Logan Thomas* QB Va. Tech 90
24. Bennie Logan* DT LSU 89
25. Luke Joeckel* OT Texas A&M 89
26. William Gholston* DE Mich. St. 89
27. Bjoern Werner* DE Florida St 88
28. Dallas Thomas OT Tennessee 88
29. Shawn Williams S Georgia 88
30. Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas 88
31. Keenan Allen* WR California 88
32. Tavon Austin WR W. Virginia 87
10/4

Draftscout

32. San Francisco 49ersJonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina: The Niners aren't shy about drafting offensive linemen in the first round and with Adam Snyder leaving San Francisco via free agency, the right guard spot is currently a question mark. Cooper might not be a first round pick now, but he has top-32 potential with a few tweaks as a senior.

32. San Francisco 49ersDa'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.
10/2

myNFLdraft.com


#24
Kawann Short
Ht/Wt: 6-3/310 lbsPosition: DTSchool: PurdueClass: Senior
10/2

Walterfootball

27. San Francisco 49ers: Corey Lemonier, DE/OLB, Auburn The 49ers have a fantastic defense, but they have a serious lack of depth at rush linebacker. With so few needs, they can afford to take the best player available to address that problem.
Pick change; previously Johnathan Jenkins, NT

57. San Francisco 49ers: Khaled Holmes, C, USC The 49ers could use some help on the offensive line. Khaled Holmes could eventually take over for Jonathan Goodwin, who will be 34 in December.

72. San Francisco 49ers: Shawn Williams, S, Georgia Dashon Goldson was slapped with a franchise tag this prior offseason. The 49ers will need a replacement if they can't sign him to a long-term deal.
Pick change; previously Chase Thomas, DE/OLB

89. San Francisco 49ers: Johnny Adams, CB, Michigan State Teams are always looking for cornerback depth, especially if they have extra picks.
Pick change; previously Matt Elam, S
gbn.com has an NFC West 2013 Draft Preview up. Pretty detailed, has the following for each team:

- Each player's original draft round and year (U = undrafted rookie FA)
- Each player's Salary Cap cost for 2012 (data from www.spotac.com)
- How player acquired: * = FA/trade acquisition, otherwise he's a draft pick or UDFA rookie
- Contract Status: 2013 FAs in bold italics, 2014 FAs in italics
- Team draft history: 5-year draft history
- 2013 mock draft – just because its fun

1 - FS TJ McDonald, USC; replaces FA FS Dashon Goldson
2 - TE Dion Sims, Michigan St; replaces FA TE Delanie Walker
3 (f/CAR) - DE/OLB Dion Jordan, Oregon; replaces FA 3rd OLB Parys Haralson
3 – WRy/QB Denard Robinson, Michigan ; replaces FA WRy Ted Ginn
4 - FS Duke Williams, Nevada; depth at Safety5 (f/IND) – use for trade up
5 - CB Marc Anthony, Cal; competes with 5th CB Tramaine Brock
6 (f/MIA) - ILB Kenny Demens, Michigan; replaces FA backup ILB Larry Grant
6 - T/G Mark Jackson, Glenville St; developmental OL
7 (f/CIN) – use for trade up
7 - T/C Matt Summers-Gavin, Cal; developmental Center
7 - (comp) – WR Erik Highsmith, North Carolina ; developmental WRxz

http://www.gbnreport.com/NFC_West_2013_Draft_Preview_%231.pdf
Originally posted by ChaunceyGardner:
gbn.com has an NFC West 2013 Draft Preview up. Pretty detailed, has the following for each team:

- Each player's original draft round and year (U = undrafted rookie FA)
- Each player's Salary Cap cost for 2012 (data from www.spotac.com)
- How player acquired: * = FA/trade acquisition, otherwise he's a draft pick or UDFA rookie
- Contract Status: 2013 FAs in bold italics, 2014 FAs in italics
- Team draft history: 5-year draft history
- 2013 mock draft – just because its fun

1 - FS TJ McDonald, USC; replaces FA FS Dashon Goldson
2 - TE Dion Sims, Michigan St; replaces FA TE Delanie Walker
3 (f/CAR) - DE/OLB Dion Jordan, Oregon; replaces FA 3rd OLB Parys Haralson
3 – WRy/QB Denard Robinson, Michigan ; replaces FA WRy Ted Ginn
4 - FS Duke Williams, Nevada; depth at Safety5 (f/IND) – use for trade up
5 - CB Marc Anthony, Cal; competes with 5th CB Tramaine Brock
6 (f/MIA) - ILB Kenny Demens, Michigan; replaces FA backup ILB Larry Grant
6 - T/G Mark Jackson, Glenville St; developmental OL
7 (f/CIN) – use for trade up
7 - T/C Matt Summers-Gavin, Cal; developmental Center
7 - (comp) – WR Erik Highsmith, North Carolina ; developmental WRxz

http://www.gbnreport.com/NFC_West_2013_Draft_Preview_%231.pdf
HELL NO
10/8

The New NFL Draft

27. San Francisco 49ers: DJ Fluker, T/G, Alabama

2013 NFL Mock Draft Offensive TackleI know the 49ers have a solid offensive line. That however can change very quickly with 1 injury. Fluker has the ability to play either Guard position and with some help he could even play the left tackle position. So I have the 49ers taking Fluker as more of an insurance policy than an immediate impact to their team.
10/7

Football Fan Spot

26. San Francisco 49ers- NT John Jenkins (Georgia)

The 49ers need some youth on the defensive line. Isaac Sopoaga and Justin Smith will be 32 and 34 respectively in 2013 and the former is actually in a contract year right now, so he might not be back. Smith, meanwhile, will be in a contract year in 2013. Jenkins, a monster on the defensive line for Georgia, can play both inside and outside on the 49ers' 3 man defensive line.
10/7

NFL Draft Geek

#31) San Francisco 49ers- Corey Lemonier (DE/OLB Auburn)

San Francisco has arguably the best defense in the league. However, they still have some areas to get deeper that could make them even better (Scary huh!). One of those spots is at outside linebacker. Two years ago the 49ers took Aldon Smith with the 7th pick overall. Smith has been a force rushing the passer, and is developing into an every down linebacker. They have Ahmad Brooks as well, but behind him there isn't too much, and Brooks' game isn't as an edge rusher. Could you imagine if they had two guys on the outside to worry about? Corey Lemonier is starting to get a lot of attention. He's about the only really talented player on Auburn's defense, yet he is still able to wreck havoc. Lemonier also is an excellent athlete, so he should be able to transition to the 3-4 without much effort.
10/5

NFL's Future

32. San Francisco 49ers – Kawann Short, DT/DE, Purdue

Depth and youth are needed on the defensive line. Short has put up impressive numbers during his career at Purdue but will need to show he can play at a high level at all times.
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by ChaunceyGardner:
gbn.com has an NFC West 2013 Draft Preview up. Pretty detailed, has the following for each team:

- Each player's original draft round and year (U = undrafted rookie FA)
- Each player's Salary Cap cost for 2012 (data from www.spotac.com)
- How player acquired: * = FA/trade acquisition, otherwise he's a draft pick or UDFA rookie
- Contract Status: 2013 FAs in bold italics, 2014 FAs in italics
- Team draft history: 5-year draft history
- 2013 mock draft – just because its fun

1 - FS TJ McDonald, USC; replaces FA FS Dashon Goldson
2 - TE Dion Sims, Michigan St; replaces FA TE Delanie Walker
3 (f/CAR) - DE/OLB Dion Jordan, Oregon; replaces FA 3rd OLB Parys Haralson
3 – WRy/QB Denard Robinson, Michigan ; replaces FA WRy Ted Ginn
4 - FS Duke Williams, Nevada; depth at Safety5 (f/IND) – use for trade up
5 - CB Marc Anthony, Cal; competes with 5th CB Tramaine Brock
6 (f/MIA) - ILB Kenny Demens, Michigan; replaces FA backup ILB Larry Grant
6 - T/G Mark Jackson, Glenville St; developmental OL
7 (f/CIN) – use for trade up
7 - T/C Matt Summers-Gavin, Cal; developmental Center
7 - (comp) – WR Erik Highsmith, North Carolina ; developmental WRxz

http://www.gbnreport.com/NFC_West_2013_Draft_Preview_%231.pdf
HELL NO


agree! He is a talented guy but we already have kaepernick qb wise and we have williams and jenkins wr wise.