I've updated some stuff, added an additional 3rd rounder as a compensatory pick, ignored the later ones pretty much. For this mock I'm also adding in a 4th round pick that I'm predicting comes in an Alex Smith trade.
Round 1-Alex Okafor-DE/OLB-Texas-The game against the Patriots showed the tremendous importance of defensive depth. Okafor would add another powerful pass rusher to the 49ers rotation. He's a very exciting player with a wide array of pass rushing moves and is a big-time playmaker.
Round 2-Baccari Rambo-FS-Georgia-In my opinion this is the NaVorro Bowman of this years draft. He's a highly skilled player, great center-fielder type of safety, true first round talent who will fall simply due to character issues. With a team filled with experienced veterans and strong coaching, I feel that Rambo could thrive and eventually allow Goldson to move to strong safety, thereby shoring up the 49ers biggest weakness in coverage.
Round 3(Carolina)-Quinton Patton-WR-Louisiana Tech-I'm really not a fan of choosing a WR this early, but this guy has something special about him. Everything about him screams a diamond prospect. He's not the fastest receiver out there but he just manages to make plays happen. He's disciplined, he's hard-working, tough WR coming from a small school. Runs fantasic routes, regularly gets separation and is tough to bring down after the catch. For those who are wondering, yes, I really do feel that this guy could be a Terrell Owens type of gem in the 3rd round. Not sure how things will shake out at the combine but after everything I've seen, I feel VERY strongly that whatever team selects him will be beyond thrilled with the production he provides. I don't think his measurables will turn out to be all that great, which is the only reason I think he'd be available this far down. To me, he's the 3rd best WR in the draft and I honestly would prefer him over either Allen or Hunter.
Round 3-Ryan Otten-TE-San Jose State-Small school receiving tight-end that has been absolutely fantastic when it comes to making big plays downfield. He's going to move up the boards due to his receiving ability, but I really hope he's still available here. He's essentially the prototype of TE that Harbaugh utilized at Stanford. Needs to work on his blocking somewhat but he's got size and soft hands that would make him a valuable asset for this team.
Round 3-Andrew Jackson-ILB-Western Kentucky-Replacement for Larry Grant. This guy was pretty much born to play for a defense like this. He's aggressive, loves to hit people, very, very good in defending the run, once again, he hits like a Mack truck. If he comes out this year, he'd be a great addition to the team, could be a massive hitter on special teams and rotate in on defense as well.
Round 4-Baker Steinkuhler-DE-Nebraska-Good size for a 3-4 end, very hardworking player, had some injury issues but nothing major. Former offensive lineman, intensely competitive, plays with a high motor, could stand to add some size but a veritable "blue collar/lunch pail" guy, nothing fancy or flashy, he'll just outwork you, period.
Round 4-Kwame Geathers-NT-Georgia-Big bodied NT, takes up space, could provide depth in case Soap leaves and eventually develop into a starter.
Round 5-Sam Schwarztein-C-Stanford-Useful depth at center, has experience in a pro-style offense, good blocking ability on both running and passing plays, familiarity with Harbaugh's offense obviously is a big plus as well.
Round 5-Tanner Hawkinson-OT-Kansas-Useful tackle depth, I don't expect Goodwin to be back and I see Kilgore moving into his spot, the 49ers are going to need additional depth, Hawkinson will aid in that along with Looney and Schwartzstein. Additionally Hawkinson could be developed into a starting right tackle a few years down the road if for whatever reason the 49ers were to be unable to sign Anthony Davis.
Round 6-Eric Gordon-CB-Tennessee-Potential slot corner, shows good speed and quickness, could be brought in to see if he can handle some of the smaller, quicker and shiftier slot receivers that the 49ers at times have had troubles dealing with.
Round 6-Cameron Marshall-RB-ASU-Underrated prospect, physical runner with good size. He's a guy who can move the pile and could mix in well with the 49ers existing running backs. This is a late-game running back that will beat down an already tired defense.
Round 7-Brett Maher-K-Nebraska-This pick is pretty self explanatory, if Dustin Hopkins is still available, then he'd be the pick but likely I see him gone in the early 6th round.
Round 7-Jaz Reynolds-WR-Oklahoma-Potential headcase, quite a bit more than normal but hey, its a 7th round pick. At worst he busts out and is gone, at best he turns into a productive contributor, has good size, solid hands, accelerates quickly and is able to gain separation without being a burner.
That's all I have for now.