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OnTheClock's Draft Day Mock 4/25/13

Thanks for those lists OTC!
Originally posted by jreff22:
^^^take Holmes and Cave off that list


Not a whole lot that I'm impressed with after Baca. Holmes, Bailey, and Cave are all developmental guys from the 5th-7th.


Originally posted by LieutKaffee:
Thanks for those lists OTC!

No problem. Happy to help anyone that would like some names to look for.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by jreff22:
^^^take Holmes and Cave off that list


Not a whole lot that I'm impressed with after Baca. Holmes, Bailey, and Cave are all developmental guys from the 5th-7th.


Originally posted by LieutKaffee:
Thanks for those lists OTC!

No problem. Happy to help anyone that would like some names to look for.

You know what I want from you. I want a plan to maximize value at all those positions with the picks we have left. Get to work!
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by tohara3:
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
You nailed the first player - just a different round.

Hope we get a couple more of your selections.
This

I would personally love for the draft to fall closer to my first mock. However, based on Baalke's drafting style, his history and trends that I see, I see an extremely high likelihood of several other players matching what I had in either of the two mocks I did.

The infatuation with high-upside players leads me to believe that the following guys could still be targets:

DE Bennie Logan, LSU
DE Margus Hunt, SMU
NT John Jenkins, Georgia
CB Tyrann Matheiu, LSU
OLB Sio Moore, UConn
WR Quinton Patton, La. Tech

Cornelius Washington?
I am assuming you are happy with our first 2 picks then. Reid was considered a mid-late 1st and add that to Tank, and I'm ecstatic about our first 2 picks.
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Cornelius Washington?

Made that as a quick, but not all-inclusive blurb early during the 2nd yesterday. Yes Washington fits that bill. I had him as a 4th rounder with 3rd round upside. Not sure we go DE/OLB again though.


Originally posted by Leathaface:
I am assuming you are happy with our first 2 picks then. Reid was considered a mid-late 1st and add that to Tank, and I'm ecstatic about our first 2 picks.

I do really, really like Reid. I'm not a big fan of Tank, I think he is a project and that is why I gave him a 3rd round grade. Like Ray McDonald, he could be a good player, but I didn't think he was "an elite talent that just fell because of injury." Again, not saying he can't develop into a solid pro, I just think it's going to take a while and I see his best bet is being a RayMac type of player, not a Justin Smith.
[ Edited by OnTheClock on Apr 27, 2013 at 7:40 AM ]
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
My Top 10 available at key positions for the 49ers:

WR
Ryan Swope, Texas A&M
Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech
Chris Harper, Kansas State
Da'Rick Rodgers, Tenn. Tech
Kenny Stills, Oklahoma*
Josh Boyce, TCU
T.J. Moe, Missouri
Marquess Wilson, Washington St.
Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas
Tavares King, Georgia

DE
William Gholston, Michigan St.
Josh Boyd, Mississippi State
Adam Repogle, Indiana
Lavar Edwards, LSU
Mallaciah Goodman, Clemson
Nicholas Williams, Samford
Lawrence Okoye, Oxford
Quinton Dial, Alabama
Jared Smith, New Hampshire
Mike Purcell, Wyoming

NT
Jesse Williams, Alabama
Montori Hughes, Tennessee-Martin
T.J. Barnes, Georgia Tech
Kwame Geathers, Georgia*
Terrence Stephens, Stanford
Anthony White, Michigan St.
Gilbert Pena, Mississippi
Byron Jerideau, South Carolina
Omar Hunter, Florida
Antoine Hopkins, Virginia Tech

ILB
Gerald Hodges, Penn State
Jelani Jenkins, Florida*
Kevin Reddick, UNC
Nico Johnson, Alabama
Johnathan Stewart, Texas A&M
A.J. Klein, Iowa State
Eric Martin, Nebraska
Lerentee McCray, Florida
Michael Mauti, Penn State
Brandon Hepburn, Florida A&M

CB
Jordan Poyer, Oregon State
B.W. Webb, William & Mary
Terry Hawthorne, Illinois
Brandon McGee, Miami
Micah Hyde, Iowa
Dax Swanson, Sam Houston St.
Rod Sweeting, Georgia Tech
Khalid Wooten, Nevada
Rashaan Melvin, Northern Illinois
Marcus Cromartie, Wisconsin

SS
Bacarri Rambo, Georgia
Josh Evans, Florida
Shamarko Thomas, Syracuse
Duke Williams, Nevada
Cody Davis, Texas Tech
Earl Wolff, N.C. State
Keelan Johnson, Arizona State
Robert Lester, Alabama
Ray Polk, Colorado
Cooper Taylor, Richmond

OL
Brian Schwenke, California
Barrett Jones, Alabama
David Quessenberry, San Jose St.
Vinston Painter, Virginia Tech
Reid Fragel, Ohio State
Ricky Wagner, Wisconsin
Jeff Baca, UCLA
Khaled Holmes, USC
Alvin Bailey, Arkansas*
Braxston Cave, Notre Dame

Bump.
TJ Barnes in the 5th or 6th would be awesome
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You called Carradine, Clock. Good job.
Thanks OTC! Nice list...so many good player left will make it a fun day.
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I want WR DaRick and NT Williams. I would cream my pants if we got those two.
i would love for us to take shwenke from california, and either rogers, or patton at WR. i just think both of those guys are better than AJ...we'll see though.
Originally posted by mayo49:
I want WR DaRick and NT Williams. I would cream my pants if we got those two.

Rogers is a second round talent, but his reputation for getting into trouble REALLY really hurts him. If they think his character concerns are too much, they won't draft him.
Welp, that makes two players correct now, three altogether including the prior mock.