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Rank the top safeties (Free safeties and strong safeties together)

Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Gimme these three guys to fix the secondary,

Robert Alford, CB
Phillip Thomas, FS
J.J Wilcox, SS

Secondary Fixed.

Co-signed. If they really feel that the secondary is an issue, drafting those 3 guys would rebuild the whole thing in a single year.


Looking towards the future you have Chris Culliver and Alford at cornerback, Thomas and Wilcox at safety with Trent Robinson, CJ Spillman and others in the mix.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Gimme these three guys to fix the secondary,

Robert Alford, CB
Phillip Thomas, FS
J.J Wilcox, SS

Secondary Fixed.

Co-signed. If they really feel that the secondary is an issue, drafting those 3 guys would rebuild the whole thing in a single year.


Looking towards the future you have Chris Culliver and Alford at cornerback, Thomas and Wilcox at safety with Trent Robinson, CJ Spillman and others in the mix.

Like the 49ers' 1981 draft?
  • buck
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I know this thread was started last year, but we could draft a safety in the 2014 draft.



The numbers are from the last two years (2012 and 2013).

[ Edited by buck on Jan 18, 2014 at 1:28 AM ]
  • buck
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NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah ranks Louisville junior S Calvin Pryor as the top prospect at his position.

Pryor checks in at No. 14 overall. Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, who is widely considered the top prospect at the position, is listed just behind Pryor at No. 15. Pryor did not receive a lot of attention during the season, likely because many did not expect him to declare, but he has interchangeable safety skills and should be a first-round pick at a position that lacks talent in the NFL.


Source: NFL.com

http://www.rotoworld.com/headlines/cfb/29391/caplan-some-think-teddy-will-be-around-61