I'm also really high on these two receivers, if you haven't noticed.
Swope is a someone that won't be a star #1 WR or anything, but he'll make a very damn good complementary receiver, his understanding of football and reading defenses is outstanding, he's a guy that Kaepernick could look to to bail him out, if Crabtree is covered....etc. He's a natural playmaker, wins matchups with his quickness and makes himself a nuisance for opposing defenses. To me, he's the ideal #3 WR. Put him in the slot and let him wreak havoc all over the field. He's fearless, will go over the middle, can take a big hit and still hold on to the ball, can't really say enough good stuff about him, and then there's this guy....
Patton to me is a potential #1 WR in the NFL. He's got everything you want in a top WR, he's not the fastest guy, but has the quickness and acceleration to create separation, has reliable hands, runs excellent routes, is a good leaper, able to get up and outjump others for a high pass, totally sells the route when the ball is going elsewhere, and he isn't just a willing blocker, he's a very enthusiastic blocker. He's not 6'4", nor does he run a 4.35 40, but he's basically the total package as far as WR's go. Additionally he's got good leadership ability, very good character and has a nifty story, a guy who has struggled and then succeeded at every single level. Struggled to make his high-school team, succeeded, dominated, still drew no interest from big colleges, went to junior college, worked his ass off, dominated at that level, went to Louisiana Tech, worked his ass off, dominated at that level as well.
By all accounts, Patton's the kind of guy that if Jerry Rice invited him to go run hills, Patton would be there the next day, an hour early, waiting for Jerry to show up.