I think there will be enough good talent at 31 that whoever we draft, we should be fine. Let's not forget, out offense was averaging 30 points a game at seasons end last year. I think with the return of Kyle Williams and drafting one other receiver (a later pick), and a TE (late pick) we should be fine. Should we actually draft Austin, and I'd seriously be shocked if we did, I'd expect some kind of move into the top of the second round to draft Datone Jones. This is an absolute must. I prefer we didn't take Austin, but if we did, I won't be upset with the pick. Just hope that we address the defensive line with two of our remaining picks in the first three rounds.
For us guys that prefer defensive line, Tavon Austin isn't a bad pick. Just not the one we want. He would clearly take the top off of a defense and would force teams to decide who will they double, Davis, Crabtree, or Austin? It also leaves things open for the backs, any other TE, and Jenkins who has a little speed himself. We just need to make sure we don't get so explosive that we don't have the ability to grind it out and have drives that eat up clock which would give our defense very little rest.
Also, as a Santana Moss fan since HS, I'd gladly take a guy like that at 31. Nice complement to Crabtree and considering what Moss did with some terrible to average starting QBs, I'd love to see what Santana Moss in the mid 2000s would've done with Colin Kaepernick throwing to him.
[ Edited by LifelongNiner on Feb 24, 2013 at 09:40:10 ]