This draft is assuming that we re-sign Goldson long term
It is also assuming that we get the Chiefs 3rd round pick for Alex Smith, plus a 4th round and 7th round comp pick
1. Datone Jones, 6-4, 280. DT/DE UCLA
Versatile D-Lineman who is strong and quick. I think he will settle down as a 3-4 End and eventually take over for Justin Smith after rotating in for the start of his career..
2. Trade our 4th and 2nd round pick to move up to mid-early 2nd round
Cordarrelle Patterson, 6-3, 200. WR Tennessee
Big, fast, athletic specimen for a WR. He is a bit raw, but I think he can contribute in a number of ways due to his athleticism right away..
3a.(from Chiefs) Leon McFadden, 5-9, 193. CB San Diego State
Tough, gritty, confident, quick corner who is excellent in man coverage and can cover the slot right away..
3b. (from Panthers) Brandon Williams, 6-1, 341. DT/NT Missouri Southern
Mammoth D-Lineman with run-stuffing ability and pass rushing skills who can rotate in and eventually take over at NT after he learns the scheme and technique..
3c. Jonathan Cyprien, 6-1, 209. S Florida International
Hard-hitting, physical safety, who can help cover the tight ends and big-bodied WR's that we've had so much trouble with IMO. Eventual replacement for Whitner as well..
4.(Comp) Brian Schwenke, 6-3, 307, C California
Really improved his stock after the senior bowl. Goodwin won't be re-signed after next year and I think this guy can develop and eventually start..
5a. Matt Scott, 6-3, 196. QB Arizona
Future back-up QB who fits the system much better than Tolzien. I know Kaepernick avoids contact as much as possible, but he is very injury prone due to this offense and a good back-up QB is much more essential than some might think..
5b. Dustin Hopkins, 6-2, 190. K Florida State
A consistent, confident, and talented kicker is essential. Akers is gone..
6a. Quanterus Smith, 6-5, 249. 3-4 OLB. Western Kentucky
A great pass rusher who falls due to an ACL tear. Exceptional talent this late in the draft and would be a great situational pass rusher..
6b. Jasper Collins, 5-10, 183. WR Mount Union
A small school receiver with great hands and good quickness.. Could develop into a solid slot receiver. Compares to Lance Moore..
7a. Ryan Griffin, 6-6, 254. TE UConn
Another one of my late round-FA favorites. Big Tight End with great hands and ability to elevate and attack the ball at its highest point. Also has above average YAC ability for a guy his size. Is a willing and able blocker..
7b. James Hurst, 6-7, 310. OT UNC
Late round flier on a guy with good talent but had an up and down year
[ Edited by Cooper22 on Feb 7, 2013 at 4:38 PM ]