In the 1st? hmmmm, maybe not this year because we have that early 2nd, but if he goes in either of those picks, you win!!!!
Phillip Thomas, S, Fresno State: The depth of the safety class in this year's draft is unprecedented with Pro Bowl-caliber playmakers available at every turn. Thomas could emerge as the crown jewel with his superb physical traits, football IQ and ball skills. He generated 20 takeaways (13 interceptions, six forced fumbles and one fumble recovery) during his career, while displaying a knack for getting around the ball in key moments. That was evident this year when he snagged eight interceptions, including three pick-6s that helped the Bulldogs' defense emerge as a credible unit. Scouts voiced concerns about his speed (4.59 at Fresno State's pro day) and injury history (Thomas missed 2011 with a broken leg), but guys with an innate knack for getting their hands on the ball typically continue to make plays in the pros, which is why I'm high on Thomas as a potential difference maker.
I will guess Hayden. I'm more confused than ever with this draft. I'm picking Hayden because he's not talked about constantly on the webzone, he would be picked a little early and he has visited the Niners.
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