My first attempt at a mock draft...
Trade Alex Smith to the Jets for a fourth #111 and a 4th in 2014.
Trade #32, #111(jets),#152(colts), and both 7th rounders to Cinn for #23
#23 Sheldon Richardson DL, Missouri
I have never seen one player on a team be in on every single tackle, this guy is amazing. Whether its behind the line of scrimmage or running guys down from behind, teams will have to account for him every play. He compares favorable to Warren Sapp without the laziness. We will have to move up for him as his combine numbers should be through the roof. Simply a must have. A guy that plays in our four man fronts from the start and can eventually take over for J. Smith.
Trade #64 and our third in 2014 for #Pittsburgh for #50
#50 Tavon Austin WR, RB, KR WVU
The most explosive player in football. I'm talking college and pro. He could literally get 300+ all purpose yards every game. He is not an every down back or even a running back, he is Percy Harvin 2.0 His speed is crazy and his moves will break ankles. Easy replacement and huge huge upgrade for Ted Ginn. I want this kid on our team. He is one guy that no team will want to play against. Chris Johnson's forty time is in trouble.
#70 Kyle Fuller CB Virginia Tech
Theres a reason why the niners scouts were at 6+ games of VT this year. And thankfully it's not because of Logan Thomas. I wanted to grab another defensive front seven player here, but Fuller is a very good cover corner, with great body positioning skills, and nice speed. Either Tarrel Brown FA or Rodgers $ Contract are probably gone with the other one staying. In this league you need three good corners and Fuller is very good.
Trade #96 to Indy for a 2nd in 2014.
#97(comp Adam Snyder) Kyle Long OT Oregon
I hate to be the one to say it but Joe Staley has been the weak link on the line. We also have no depth for either tackle. Long is older as he played baseball for four years, but he also is Howie Long's other son, Yeah. Has a mean streak and the size to be very good as his experience is limited, but he could be dominant.
#128 Tyrann Mathieu (Honey Badger) S, LSU
Yeah he has some deep off the field issues, but in the end he can play ball. He is a big time hitter and playmaker. He can be a special teams asset his first year and take over for either Whitner or Goldson in 2014 or 2015.
#160 Dustin Hopkins
With our kicking game being atrocious this year. It's time to cut some costs and add another player who can contribute early on to our team. He has a huge leg, and with the recent success of some of the rookie kickers this year, we should draft him earlier to make sure we get him. Another huge upgrade to our special teams.
#173 Marcus Lattimore RB South Carolina
Why not? Yeah the kid may not be the same or even close to it, but let's be real sixth and seventh round selections are going to have a hard time making this team anyways. Put him on IR for the year and see what you got in 2014? If he is only half as good as he was, he could still play
We've lost alot of games this year due to our special teams play. It was very poor compared to the year before. Well the problem with our last draft was none of the guys we drafted besides LMJ provided any significant special teams value. These players will allow us to have the best special teams in the league, provide much needed depth and allow us to cut or release some overpriced vets. Ginn, Soap, Akers, K Williams are the first to come to mind. We have filled many holes with this draft and even added an extra 2nd and 4th in the 2014 draft. Alot of things will change from now until draft day, but I like the players at there spots and expect us to move up in the first two rounds. This will be version 1 of five. Thanks guys and let me know what u think. Oh yeah and when you get some time watch Richardson game tape on YouTube the guy is amazing.