David Akers K- 3.05 mil
Parys Haralson- 2.87 mil
Alex Smith via trade 9.75 mil cap reliefe
Total savings- 15.67 mil
Dashon Goldson FS
Issac Sopoaga NT
Tavares Gooden ILB
Sean smith CB- Big, Physical. Plays man to man well. Niners tend to play man a lot and allow our safties to play down hill and help over the top. Smith is a good fit in my opinion. He may want more money than he's worth. But if we can land him for 3 years 16-18 mil. We'll be okay.
Josh Johnson QB- Knows Harbaugh well. San Diego qb and was cut last year to retain Tolzien. With Smith gone, he's a band-aid that wont cost us very much and can play a similar style to Kaepernick.
Baalke has yet to make the big splash in FA, and I find it hard to believe he will this year unless it was for a guy like D. Bowe or M. Wallace. Again, highly doubt he would make that kind of move, but you never know.
31st- Kawann Short DT, Purdue - The 6-foot-3, 310-pounder is strong and athletic. Purdue does an excellent job of producing quality NFL defensive linemen, and he appears to be the next in line. Short totaled 43 tackles, 15.5 tackles for a loss, seven sacks, four passes broken up, four blocked kicks and a forced fumble this season
34th- Zack Ertz TE, Stanford - Ertz (6-5, 249) had a strong senior season, leading the Cardinal with 69 receptions for 898 yards and six touchdowns. His production would have been better if there had been more consistency from his quarterbacks. Ertz improved his blocking this year and is becoming a well-rounded tight end. He backed up Coby Fleener in 2011, but still hauled in 27 receptions for 346 yards and four touchdowns.
61st- Phillip Thomas S, Fresno State - Thomas (6-0, 210) played well at the Senior Bowl and further helped his draft standing. Thomas led the nation this year with eight interceptions. Three of his picks came against Colorado, two of which he returned for touchdowns. Thomas also recorded 82 tackles, 12 tackles for a loss, four passes broken up and four forced fumbles in 2012.
74th-Da'Rick Rogers WR, Tennessee State - Rogers was booted out of Tennessee just before the 2012 season started for failed drug tests. He transfered to Tennessee Tech and began playing immediately. Rogers recorded 61 receptions for 893 yards and 10 touchdowns this year. He had 18 receptions for 303 yards and two touchdowns against Southeast Missouri State. Rogers is a quick and physical wide receiver who has a lot of upside. The 6-foot-3, 208-pounder is fearless going across the middle. Rogers is extremely tough and routinely makes difficult catches while taking hard hits. Not only does he have strong hands, but his superb body control allows him to make acrobatic catches.
93th- Sio Moore OLB, Connecticut - Sio Moore stands at 6'1", 240 lbs. His Combine 40 Time was 4.65. Moore played 42 games and started 24. He amassed 274 Tackles, 44 TFL's, 16 Sacks, 18 Pass Breakups, 4 Interceptions, 4 Forced Fumbles and 4 Fumbles Recovered.
4thA-comp. Monte Ball RB, Wisconson - Wisconsin struggled early in 2012, but Ball heated up against a weak Big Ten conference. The senior ended up with 1,830 yards (5.1 yard average) and 22 touchdowns on the ground. He also caught 10 passes for 72 yards.
4thB- own. Conor Vernon WR, Duke- 6'1'', 200 lbs. Tough, productive WR. Uses body well and had 7 carrer games with 10 or more catches.
5thA-Indy. Dustin Hopkins K, Florida State. 119 points last year including a 55 yard game winner vs. Clemson
5thB- own. Trade out for 2014 pick
6thA- Miami. Trade out for 2014 pick
7thA- comp. Best player avalible
7thB-Cinn. Trade out for 2014 pick
7thC-comp Best player avalible
7thD-own. Trade out for 2014 pick
With all the trades this year, including Alex's, we would net 4 picks next year from our own and one mid-round from Alex. That would total a 3-5 round pick for Alex and 4 late round picks for a grand total of 11, which includes our 7 we'll already have. Next year, more so than this year we'll need to have picks for depth due to the fact that we'll have 14 expirering contrants and we'll have to nail down Iupati, A. Davis, Kaep, Aldon, Cowboy etc.