There is no way the Niner's draft 14 players. I think it is very likely that they trade up or out of many of these picks. But for fun, here's a shot at players/positions the Niners might target.
1st NT/DE Kawaan Short, Purdue
Purduer Sr 6-3 315
Upgrading the DL is a top priority. I waffled between Short, Sylvester Williams. Jonathan Jenkins size is intriguing, but I just don't see the Niners taking a big slow behemoth.
2012: 42 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, six sacks, four PBUs, four blocked kicks, two fumbles recovered and one forced.
RB Stefan Taylor 3rd
Stanford Sr 5-11 215
After drafting a RB in the 2nd last year, this seems may seem unnecessary, but can Harbaugh resist? Taylor provides a good compliment to James, and is in the wings waiting for the only force that can stop Gore...Father time.
WR Cordarrelle Patterson
Tennessee 6-3 205 4.46
Big, fast target to stretch the field. First player in the NCAA to record a touchdown four different ways in the same season since 2008 and the first-ever to accomplish the feat at Tennessee. He led the Vols with 10 total touchdowns (five receiving, three rushing and one each by kickoff and punt return). You just know Roman could have a field day with this guy.
NT Brandon Williams
Missouri Southern 6-2 328
There's been some chatter about him on the Zone and many do not think he'll fall this far. He's a small school gem who plays mean.
TE Jospeh Fauria
UCLA 6-7 255 4.82
Not nearly as fast or agile as Walker, but he makes a towering target. At 11 TD's he makes a really good red zone target.
Florida State 6-3 260 4.69
Injury risk after missing the 2012 season with a foot injury, but he racked up 21.5 sacks his first two seasons at FS.
S Phillipp Thomas
Fresno State 6-1 215 4.57
Not extremely fast, but he has excellent instincts. Generated 20 turnovers (13 interceptions, six forced fumbles, one fumble recovery), and while he played at a smaller school, he clearly has a nose for the ball.
Notre Dame 6-3 305 5.18
3 year starter who was part of a really good O-line at Notre Dame.
CB Josh Johnson
Purdue 5-11 195 4.49
His technique is a little raw, but he had 58 tackles, including 53 solo stops, with three tackles for loss, one sack three fumbles forced and one fumble recovery. His 19 passes defended (16 PBUs and three interceptions) placed him second in the Big Ten this season.
6th K Dustin Hopkins
Niners need a young kicker
Craig Roh Michigan
Michigan 6-4 280 4.87
2012: 36 tackles, 5.5 TFLs and 4.0 sacks. Not eye popping numbers, but he's a Harbaugh "football player". Added weight to move from OLB to DE. Great motor, really strong, and loves to watch film.
7th LT Manase Foketi
West Texas AM 6-5 320 5.30
Has some raw talent, but needs to be coached up a bit. Missed 2011 with Achilles injury.
ILB Greg Blair
Cincinnati 6-1 252 4.86
He's big and slow, but he's very productive. Blair was first on the team and second in the BIG EAST with 123 tackles, an average of 10.2 per game. He led the team with 8.5 tackles for a loss while adding eight passes defended, six pass break ups, four QB hurries, 2.5 sacks, a pair on interceptions and a forced fumble. He had 11 games with six or more tackles; seven double-digit tackle games and a career best 19 stops at Louisville.
QB Collin Klein
Kansas State 6-5 226 4.74
Collin K II. Big runner with a hitch in his throw. Klein rushed for 22 touchdowns to rank second nationally and first among quarterbacks, while he accounted for 37 touchdowns this season. The senior, who has rushed for 890 yards, has completed 180-of-272 passes for 2,490 yards and 15 touchdowns.