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I like it...I'd agree on Rhodes vs Banks, although either guy would be welcome in the secondary. With Goldson likely out of the picture, our secondary is small...Rhodes would provide some much-needed size. I can also see where Baalke would re-sign Walker...especially with Goldson not in the mix. I'd think some teams will offer RJF more than TB's likely to...would like to keep him, but we'll see how things shake out. Mixed feeling WRT Knighton...he's largely underachieved so far. Think I'd rather have someone like Alan Branch, Mike DeVito, Roy Miller, or my "fave" Sammy Lee Hill. That said, I think you're definitely on the right track.
Originally posted by Kolohe:
49ers 2013 picks
1. First round: Own pick
2. Second round pick: From Kansas City-Alex Smith trade
2. Second round: Own pick
3. Third round: Own pick
4. Third round: From Carolina in trade-back during 2012 draft
5. Third round: Likely compensatory selection
6. Fourth round: Own pick
7. Fifth round: Own pick
8. Fifth round: From Indianapolis in trade-back during 2012 draft
9. Sixth round: Own pick
10. Sixth round: From Miami in trade-back during 2012 draft
11. Seventh round: Own pick
12. Seventh round: From Cincinnati for Taylor Mays
13. Seventh round: Likely compensatory selection
14. Seventh round: Likely compensatory selection

I know we won't hold onto all of those picks during the draft, so I will do my best with trades.

Key Free Agent losses and released:

Dashon Goldson, Ted Ginn Jr., Randy Moss, Isaac Sopoaga, Delanie Walker, David Akers, Parys Haralson

Key Free Agent signings:

Antoine Cason, Terrance Knighton, Ricky Jean-Francois (Remains key back up on all D-line positions)

**Traded 74th pick and 93rd pick in the draft to move back into the 2nd round at 44th pick (Carolina)**
**Traded 2 6th rounds and 7th round pick to get back into 5th round with Buffalo**

2013 Mock Draft

1st round - Jonathan Banks - CB Mississippi St. - 6'2" 190 pounds
2nd round - Kawann Short ----- From Kansas City -- NT/DE Purdue - 6'3" 300 pounds
2nd round - Phillip Thomas ---- From Carolina --- S Fresno St. - 6'0" 208 pounds
2nd round - Quiton Patton --- WR Louisiana Tech - 6'0" 205 pounds
3rd round - Kyle Long ----- Comp pick --- OT Oregon - 6'7" 311 pounds
4th round - Chase Thomas - OLB Standford - 6'4" 250 pounds
5th round - Dustin Hopkins - From Buffalo - K Florida St. - 6'2" 190 pounds
5th round - Jared Smith - DE New Hampshire - 6'3" 292
5th round - Joseph Fauria - TE UCLA - 6'7" 255 pounds
7th round - Colby Cameron - From Cincy - QB Louisiana Tech - 6'2" 212 pounds
7th round - Conner Vernon - WR Duke - 6'2" 200 pounds
7th round - Mike James - RB Miami - 5'11" 222 pounds


Love it. I really like Conner Vernon and Phillip Thomas. Hopkins is a must have. You knocked it out of the park. Great job!
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Originally posted by CorvaNinerFan:
I like it...I'd agree on Rhodes vs Banks, although either guy would be welcome in the secondary. With Goldson likely out of the picture, our secondary is small...Rhodes would provide some much-needed size. I can also see where Baalke would re-sign Walker...especially with Goldson not in the mix. I'd think some teams will offer RJF more than TB's likely to...would like to keep him, but we'll see how things shake out. Mixed feeling WRT Knighton...he's largely underachieved so far. Think I'd rather have someone like Alan Branch, Mike DeVito, Roy Miller, or my "fave" Sammy Lee Hill. That said, I think you're definitely on the right track.

I agree we need some, and Banks somewhat has some 6'2 185 pounds, love his ball skills too. Rhodes is also a CB I'd love to have, only I didn't really think about him at the 31st pick, I think he'll go higher than some think but that's just me.

RJF I don't think he'll command much of a contract, hes a solid player but nothing that screams 30-20 million dollars IMO. I think a good contract for him would be something like 3-4 years $18 million with a signing bonus of maybe 8-9 million which is fair IMO. Signing a player more for potential than production can be pretty costly, especially if he wasn't a full-time starter.

Terrance Knighton I feel if healthy (which has been a problem the last two years) can be a solid NT, hes a underrated run-stopper a real cog in the middle and has some pass-rush moves too. Still pretty young at 27, which should be able to get him at a reasonable price. Check him out here:

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So far got two guesses right....Delanie gone, Dashon most likely gone to Tampa. RJF most likely gone, got that one wrong.

50/50 on Sopoaga as he is visiting with Philly.
Originally posted by JustinNiner:
I love it except taking a OT in the 3rd. how bout spending that 3rd on the best pass rusher and then a OT in the 4th because chase Thomas could fall a lot more than the 4th


Kyle Long will not be available in the 3rd, if he is, he is BPA with a high ceiling. A back up swing OT is high on the list of needs. Would be a great pick if it where to happen.