So i think we can mostly agree that with the current 49ers roster, there is no way in hell that 13 players from this draft have a shot at the roster. With so many players from last year's draft still mostly unknowns, I can't see more than 5-6 guys from 2014 making the team, if that. Of course, the team could always trade picks this year for future (hopefully better) picks, but if they wanted to cash in this year, I wonder if they could pull off a "Domino Trade".
The team has 4 tradeable 7th rounders which essentially have no value to the 49ers. A team with a less-stocked roster, though, might have interest. So let's say you flip 2 7th rounders for a 6th rounder...twice. This leaves 3 6th rounders. And say you flip 2 of those for a 5th rounder. You still have a 6, but now you have two 5s. So you flip those two 5s for a 4. And you flip your two 4s for another 3. So now you've got four 3s, two 2s, and a 1 (plus a 6th). Still too many players! So you move two 3s for a 2 and two 2s for a 1...and you've got two 1sts, a 2nd, two 3s, and a 6. Thats 6 players, 5 of whom should conceivably be impact guys. Add those to Reid, Carradine, McDonald, Lemonier, Patton, Lattimore, Dial, Moody, and Bykowski and you've got 15 of 53 roster spots occupied by rookies or 2nd year players...not counting UDFAs. That's still a lot of young bodies.
So what are people hoping for? A pile of low picks and the hope that someone turns out way better than there draft spot? Or a small haul of higher, hand-picked players who can contribute right away?