I don't have the command some of you do with draft prospects or mid-tier potential FAs from other teams, so this is more of a general strategy than a specific name-by-name mock. I also made it a bit more narrative than most I see in here, to give people something to debate/disagree with/add to.
Notable UFA re-signed: D. Goldson, D. Walker
Not sure why so many mocks are breaking up a Super Bowl team. Quite simply, these guys are both worth the amount of money they will command on the market. Teams aren't going to pay Walker to be a primary pass-catching TE. We can keep our Swiss Army Knife long-term for a mil or two a year, tops. And for Goldson, the absolute ceiling on his price tag is 5 years/$40m. He's one of the best all-around safeties in the NFL and we can afford him (and it will probably be a bit cheaper than that). "That's the kind of guy you want to reward." --J. Harbaugh.
Notable UFA lost: R. Moss, T. Ginn, I. Sopoaga, R. Jean-Francois, L. Davis. These guys are completely replaceable.
Notable cuts: D. Akers, P. Haralson, M. Manningham.
Free agency strategy: I'm not sure where my above plan leaves us against the cap. I think Rogers and Whitner are candidates to be cut if things are too tight. They are productive starters and I think our first choice would be to keep this unit together, but they can probably be replaced by cheaper guys in free agency. I'm hoping to see the bargain shopping FA strategy that has become Baalke's MO and that I've seen reflected in several people's mocks. Wait a few days, and then sign young-ish potential starters from other teams to short-term deals.
One highish-profile target: WR
Greg Jennings comes to mind. I can't see him getting big money with his age and recent injuries, but he could replace Manningham for us on a short-term deal. Whether Jennings or someone else, we need to bring in a veteran #2 WR to round out the corps with Crabtree, Williams, Jenkins, and draftee(s).
1 - Datone Jones, DE, UCLA, 6'4" 283 lbs
2a - Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama, 6'3" 323 lbs
2b - Rush OLB
3a - CB
3b - TE
Rounds 4-7: Hoping to use some of these picks to move up and secure targets in rounds 1-3. With the leftovers, add another OL, WR/KR, S, K, and QB.
We've probably been the healthiest team in the NFL the past two years. Use two blue-chip picks on the DL because that is by far where we are the oldest and thinnest and it's the anchor of our defense. Next pick on a pass rusher; even though we have young studs in Aldon and Brooks, another specialist to share the load and compete with Cam Johnson and Darius Fleming is key. Keep mining in the middle rounds for future starting CBs like Brown and Culliver before. Finally, grab a long, pass-catching TE to complement Vernon Davis. I don't think drafting a TE and keeping Delanie are mutually exclusive, as Walker is essentially an H-back and core special teamer. But I think using our #1 on one of the big two TE would be a huge misallocation resources.