Because people are going to be over hyping prospects with long arms and height, I belive these prospects that I a have chosen will fall. That's why I have chosen to Draft back instead of forward.
Trade our number one pick (30) For an Early 2nd round pick And a early 4th round pick.
2nd round : Jordan Mathews Sr 6'3 Wr Vanderbilt
He's going to fall to the 2nd round due to people over reacting to people like Kelvin Benjamin that really haven't prove him self but because he has the athletic abillity he's going to go in the first round. I don't want another AJ Jenkins or Jonathan Baldwin. Baldwin which is 6'4 with good speed and really good jumping abillity but with poor route running and poor hands have him bouncing from team to team. Jordan have decent speed, not break away speed but have good enough to get a little bit of separation and with his good hands and good route running he can be the next Colston, Fitzgerald, or a Wayne. That don't have good speed but with good hands and route running abillity you can last much longer in the league and can come in and produce immediately.
Round 2 : Lamarcus Joyner 5'8 Sr Florida St[b]
Joyner reminds me of a hard hitting Badger(tyrann) I'm mad we didn't draft him you see what he's doing at the Cardinals. Since we moved Brock to the outside and have Rodgers playing slot I believe Rodgers will be cut to save money. Joyner can come in right away and compete with Wright which I have no doubt in my mind that he will win the job of playing the slot. He's short but very strong and have really good instincts to be around the ball almost every play. He's excellent in run support and have speed to cover smaller receivers like Wes Welker.
Round 2 : [b]Deone Buccannon Sr 6'1 SS Washington
I belive Whitner deserve a big contract and at this point I don't think we can afford it. We still have to extend Kapernick and Aldon and Bolden. Deone reminds me of an Erick Berry he's very good in coverage unlike Whitner. He can also llay a big hit when he needs to with Reid and Buccannon in the back field that is one scary combination.
3rd round : Gabe Jackson OG 6'4 339 lbs
I don't know what are the plans with Mike. People are saying trade him with our first round to Draft Sammy Watkins or let him walk. Snyder played well when he left due to an ankle injury. I think what ever we do with mike we can always use a good prospect I think Gabe is decent with height and posses really good power I don't think he's good enough to start right away but in a year or 2 he can become a starter. He also possess really good lateral movement and good balance with long arms.
3rd round : Bryan Stork C 6'4 300 lbs
Goodwin is getting old and not playing very well. Most of the sacks or pressure that kapernick is getting is coming up the middle from Goodwin side. Ima about 80 percent sure that he's going to retire this year. Time to look for a replacement and I think Stork can come in and start right away and help the O line instead of hurting it. He posses really good upper body strength but his lower body is not really strong but that can get in proved in the weight room this off season.
3rd round :Stanley Jean-Baptist CB 6'3 Sr
He was a Wr at one point than converted into a Cb. Sherman was the same way. We going to have Culliver back next season and with Brock on the other side and Joyner in the slot, Stanley remind me of Browner type of player he is very long and can defend the bigger receiver like Andre and Calvin and with smaller receivers he's able to press them and change there route. He has a really high ceiling due to his size and athletic abillity. He just needs to be coached some more and he can become a starter in an a year or so.
4th round : [b] Josh Mauro Dl 6'6 Stanford
He's a very good prospect for a backup role right now he's a monster at 6'6. He's not fast but he's very strong to push back and get into the back field.
Round 4 : Brandon Colman 6'5 WR
Round 5 : Tajh Boyd 6'1 Qb
Round 6 : De'anthony Thomas 5'8 Rb and KR, PR
Round 7 : JC Copland 5'11 FB