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Idaho's Last Mock, trades included.

This is my last mock draft. Changing it up slightly, although I was happy with my last mock. After predicting the AS for a second to KC trade successfully, Im predicting a trade out of the first round. Along with a couple other trades.


Notable Trades
-Alex Smith for KC second round pick.
-Trade with Jets for 49ers 1st round pick and two 6th round picks, 49ers gets jets 2nd round, and 3rd round Picks (Jets need to jump AZ and Philly to get their QB)
-Trade two third rounders for mid second pick
-Trade two 7th rounders for future 2014 pics.



Second Round- Trade with KC for AS
Jesse Williams- DT- Alabama- 6-3, 325, rJR

Second Round- Trade with Jets
Phillip Thomas- Fresno State- S- 6-1, 215, rSR

second round- trade for two thirds(Carolina, own)
Da' Rick Rogers- WR- Tennessee Tech- 6-3, 217, JR

Second round:Own pick
Robert Alford- CB- Southeastern Louisiana- 5-11, 185, rSR

Third Round- Jets
JJ Wilcox- SS- Georgia Southern- 5-11, 214, Sr

Fourth round:Own pick
Marcus Lattimore-RB- South Carolina- 6-0, 220, JR

Fourth Round- Likely comp
Lavar Edwards- DE- LSU- rSR- 6-4, 280

Fifth round:From Indianapolis in trade-back during 2012 draft
Ace Sanders- WR- South Carolina- 5-7, 173 Jr

Fifth round- own
Mark Harrison- Rutgers-WR- 6-3, 234

Seventh round: Likely compensatory selection
Travis Long- OLB- Washington State- 6-4, 245, Sr

Seventh round: Likely compensatory selection
Mark Jackson- OT- Glenville State- 6-6, 335, rSR



Possible UDFA Targets
Ben Obaseki, DE, Indiana State, 6-2, 260 SR
Luke Tasker- Cornell- WR- 5-11, 190, SR
Gary Walker- Idaho- S- 6-0, 200 SR.
Willie Jefferson-DE-Stephen F. Austin- 6-6, 230, SR
Brandon Kaufman – WR- Eastern Washington- 6-4, 214 -rJR
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No Kicker?
I' d like to see the 49ers trade their first or early second for next years one. If they get lucky they could end up with a top pick.
This is one of my favorite mocks so far! With the talent so even from the late first through the second why not try to capitalize? And I've always liked the tactic of drafting two guys for need spots--early and late.
Looks good but I'd take Dustin Hopkins instead of Sanders.
Originally posted by genz22:
No Kicker?

+1
I can't see them getting out of the mid rounds without some OL to provide depth and a pipeline.
yea need a kicker in there i think
Two safeties? Two rookies in the backfield? Do you have us keeping Whitner or releasing him? I think you can take Jesse Williams with your second 2nd rounder after he didn't test at the combine and only repped 225 30 times. With his short arms he needed to have 40 reps. Still a great 3-4 DE prospect, but I think his stocked drops 10-15 slots.
Originally posted by bigwads:
Two safeties? Two rookies in the backfield? Do you have us keeping Whitner or releasing him? I think you can take Jesse Williams with your second 2nd rounder after he didn't test at the combine and only repped 225 30 times. With his short arms he needed to have 40 reps. Still a great 3-4 DE prospect, but I think his stocked drops 10-15 slots.

Depending on how they view Trenton Robinson, I don't mind 2 safeties: one for this year, and Wilcox to replace whitner when his contract is up.

Need a kicker, though, and I hat spending our highest pick on a DL that can't rush the passer. I don't like Ace Sanders at all.
Originally posted by PRIMETIME21:
yea need a kicker in there i think

This
Originally posted by bigwads:
Two safeties? Two rookies in the backfield? Do you have us keeping Whitner or releasing him? I think you can take Jesse Williams with your second 2nd rounder after he didn't test at the combine and only repped 225 30 times. With his short arms he needed to have 40 reps. Still a great 3-4 DE prospect, but I think his stocked drops 10-15 slots.

Once you hit 30 reps...guess what, you're strong, going further only increases the chance of injury with minimal upside to the player. The whole bench press is f**king retarded anyways because the vast majority of people train for strength, not doing a whole lot of reps. The guy who holds the combine record for the bench press? Never played in a single game.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Mar 3, 2013 at 10:44 AM ]
Not crazy about drafting 2 safeties. We definitely will draft a kicker
I think Goldson walks, so that leaves us needing a FS, and Whitner is not a long time answer, so that leaves a SS as well.

Thomas and Wilcox, as well as the CB alford, would address all the needs now and upcomeing for the secondary.

I purposely didnt draft a Kicker in this mock, just to fill in all the possible guys i would target in the given moves, but i can certainly see them drafting and kicker, and the likelyhood is high. I have us takeing a kicker in all my other mocks, this one i just wanted to fool around with trade options and moveing around to get prospects where i think they will get taken.
Originally posted by bigwads:
Two safeties? Two rookies in the backfield? Do you have us keeping Whitner or releasing him? I think you can take Jesse Williams with your second 2nd rounder after he didn't test at the combine and only repped 225 30 times. With his short arms he needed to have 40 reps. Still a great 3-4 DE prospect, but I think his stocked drops 10-15 slots.

This draft prepares us if Goldson walks. I think Whitner will play out his contract and we'll have someone ready to step in a strong safety in 2014. I like the tactic of trading back for an extra second rounder. The way this draft is set up, we could have 5-6 future starters coming out of this 2013 class. My only issues are that we didn't draft a kicker and if we are going to get a returner/speedy receiver type, I'd rather go with Tavon Austin with either pick 31 or 34 than draft a guy who most likely will only be a returner specialist and wouldn't contribute nearly as much to our passing offense.