Originally posted by LaMichaelJeff:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Evans is a top 10 pick, no way we have a chance for him.
we're trading up to #10 with the lions if he's there.
no way. lions would take him since they need another receiver
Originally posted by CorvaNinerFan:
Evans would be awesome, but I don't see Baalke trading up that far to get him. Fortunately, there are a number of excellent WR's in this draft. My guy is Matthews, because he's got the size, speed, and is the all-time leading SEC receiver. His body of work is unrivaled...and it mystifies me why he's not ranked higher. Still, he'd be a great addition to our WR corps.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
I've heard Lee compared to Victor Cruz some. I agree Lee should be available late in the 1st, I'm just having a hard time determining how much the 49ers would be interested. He would fit the bill as a speedy playmaking type, and he gives great effort on the field, but his durability raises questions. He clearly was not healthy this past season.
It seems to me they have an an interest in adding at least one of the following to their WR corps: 1) a tall receiver, 2) a speed receiver
I'm curious how serious they could be about moving up to snag a player like Mike Evans (or.. CB Justin Gilbert)
I feel these are the two guys we should be targeting to move up for. I like the idea of Evans being groomed by Boldin and he compliments Crabtree well long term. Gilbert gives us a prototype cd that has the physical tools to match up with anyone and the ability to put points on the board for our diffense.