Trade #31 to Buffalo for pick #41 and a 2nd round pick in 2014.
Send picks #74 and #128 (267 points) to Oakland for pick #66 (260 points)
Send picks #93, #157, and #227 (166 points) to Indianapolis for #86 (160 points)
With these trades, we will have 5 picks in the first 100, and we pick up a 2nd round pick in 2014.
1. 34 Sylvester Williams DE North Carolina 6-3 310 5.03
In 25 games, he had 8.5 sacks, 20.5 TFL, 11 quarterback hurries, 3 passes defended, and 1 forced fumble. He is the perfect candidate to serve as an apprentice under the tutelage of Jim Tomsula and Justin Smith. He will provide immediate depth on the defensive line and eventually will be a starter. If he is off the board when we pick, put Jessie Williams in this spot.
2. 41 *Zach Ertz TE Stanford 6-6 252 4.72
One little known fact: Last year, Ertz was the top tight end in the nation in both receptions and receiving yards; 69 for 898 yards. Brent Jones, who knows something about playing tight end for the 49ers, pounds the table for Ertz. In 31 games at Stanford, Ertz had 113 receptions for 1,434 yards and 16 scores.
2. 61 Phillip Thomas FS Fresno St 6-1 215 4.56
Thomas is a hybrid safety he has excellent ball skills that we need in a free safety and he can play the run like a SS. Last year, he led the nation in picks with 8. In 41 games, he had 13 picks (with 4 returned for scores) and 15 passes broken up. He had 178 tackles, 6 forced fumbles, 17.5 tackles for loss, and 4 sacks.
2. 66 Earl Wolff SS North Carolina St 6-0 208 4.44
Wolff has good size, speed, and ball skills. He had great numbers at the combine, but more importantly he was fluid in the defensive back drills. In 51 games, this strong safety had 6 picks and 14 passes broken up, 12.5 tackles for a loss, 2 sacks, 7 forced fumbles and 361 tackles. Wolff can defend the run and cover the pas; a complete safety.
3. 86 Brandon Williams NT Missouri Southern St 6-2 340 5.32
Williams is strong, relentless, hardworking and capable of collapsing the pocket, disrupting the passer, and getting sacks. He was D2 defensive player of the year in 2013, and was a three-year All American. In 42 games, he had 27 sacks, 50.5 TFL, 191 tackles, 18 quarterback hurries, 14 passes broken up and 6 forced fumbles.
4c. 131 Aaron Mellette WR Elon 6-3 218 4.45
Big-bodied and faster than most thought, Aaron Mellette knows how to catch the ball. In 44 games, he had 302 receptions for 4,254 yards (13.99 yd. average) and 44 touchdowns. He earned all-conference and all-American honors for the three consecutive seasons. Mellette held his own against players from the big schools at the Senior Bowl.
6. 173 Armonty Bryant OLB East Central U 6-4 250 4.76
In 30 college games, Bryant had 26.5 sacks, 48.5 tackles for a loss, 13 quarterback hurries, 9 forced fumbles, 7 passes defended, and 165 tackles. He was the best defensive player at the Texas vs. Nation game. His sack production ration is an off-the-chart 2.50.
6. 180 Nick Williams DE Samford 6-4 310 4.87
His combine turned heads. He ran the fastest 40, had the fastest 10-yard split (1.63), the best vertical (33") and the best broad jump (9' 3") of any defensive tackle at the combine. He also can play some football. In 40 games, he had 7 sacks, 11.5 TFL, 66 tackles, 5 passes broken up, and 2 forced fumbles, 3 quarterback hurries, and 1 blocked kick.
7c. 246 David Bass OLB Missouri Western 6-3 262 4.76
In 49 games, Bass had 39.5 sacks, 56 tackles for a loss, 22 passes defended, and 210 tackles. His sack production ratio is an excellent 1.95. At the combine, he had 4.76 40, a 4.33 shuttle, and 7.07 3-cone shuttle, which are good times for defensive end that will convert to an outside linebacker. Bass held his own against FBS prospects at the Shrine game.
7c. 252 Cooper Taylor SS Richmond 6-4 230 4.45
Cooper is big, smooth, and fast. Only played in 18 games, but he had 17 passes defended; 5 picks and 12 passes broken up. He had 140 tackles, 4 forced fumbles, 6.5 tackles for a loss, and 1.5 sacks. He is a solid developmental player.
[ Edited by buck on Apr 14, 2013 at 4:33 PM ]