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Daniel Kilgore extended,does that mean an extra pick to Move up in the draft?

Daniel Kilgore just got extended. They also have Snyder and Looney both of whom may be be able to play as the back-up Center and are quality back-up Guards. They pulled another Alex Boone, extended him cheap, then will start him.

That being said, the team has 5 or 6 picks in the 1st 3 rounds and 3-4 positions of need: WR, CB, S and to a lesser extent LB. They have the picks to really move up and have a real shot at Sammy Watkins by giving up a 1st, 2nd and 3rd for Sammy Watkins. They would still have a 2nd, 3rd and an extra comp pick 3rd/4th. That being said I wouldn't do it, but Baalke might.


However I think Baalke does what he did last year and trades w/the Cowboys getting the #16 pick and giving up a 3rd rounder, #77 overall. Worked out great for Dallas and the 49ers. We all know that Jerry Jones called that shot and he may very well do the same thing in a deeper draft. I can also see them trading w/the Chiefs/Eagles #22/#23 and giving up their late 3rd rounder, # 94.

Possible players available at #16 or #23

#16 CB: Justin Gilbert, Darqueze Dennard # 23 CB: Jason Verrett,
S: Calvin Pryor, Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix S: Lamarcus Joyner, Jimmy Ward
WR: Mike Evans, WR: Marquise Lee, Kelvin Benjamin, Jordan Mathews
DE: Aaron Donald
OT: Lewan, Robinson or Mathews
Originally posted by Garlicboy:
Daniel Kilgore just got extended. They also have Snyder and Looney both of whom may be be able to play as the back-up Center and are quality back-up Guards. They pulled another Alex Boone, extended him cheap, then will start him.

That being said, the team has 5 or 6 picks in the 1st 3 rounds and 3-4 positions of need: WR, CB, S and to a lesser extent LB. They have the picks to really move up and have a real shot at Sammy Watkins by giving up a 1st, 2nd and 3rd for Sammy Watkins. They would still have a 2nd, 3rd and an extra comp pick 3rd/4th. That being said I wouldn't do it, but Baalke might.


However I think Baalke does what he did last year and trades w/the Cowboys getting the #16 pick and giving up a 3rd rounder, #77 overall. Worked out great for Dallas and the 49ers. We all know that Jerry Jones called that shot and he may very well do the same thing in a deeper draft. I can also see them trading w/the Chiefs/Eagles #22/#23 and giving up their late 3rd rounder, # 94.

Possible players available at #16 or #23

#16 CB: Justin Gilbert, Darqueze Dennard # 23 CB: Jason Verrett,
S: Calvin Pryor, Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix S: Lamarcus Joyner, Jimmy Ward
WR: Mike Evans, WR: Marquise Lee, Kelvin Benjamin, Jordan Mathews
DE: Aaron Donald
OT: Lewan, Robinson or Mathews

I would give up the 1st, 2nd and 3rd round picks, pass on Watkins and take Clowney. Imagine him and Aldon Smith coming off the edge and McDonald and Justin Smith up the middle. As for moving up with the Cowboys or Chiefs it all depends on who's still on the board.
Originally posted by Garlicboy:
Daniel Kilgore just got extended. They also have Snyder and Looney both of whom may be be able to play as the back-up Center and are quality back-up Guards. They pulled another Alex Boone, extended him cheap, then will start him.

That being said, the team has 5 or 6 picks in the 1st 3 rounds and 3-4 positions of need: WR, CB, S and to a lesser extent LB. They have the picks to really move up and have a real shot at Sammy Watkins by giving up a 1st, 2nd and 3rd for Sammy Watkins. They would still have a 2nd, 3rd and an extra comp pick 3rd/4th. That being said I wouldn't do it, but Baalke might.


However I think Baalke does what he did last year and trades w/the Cowboys getting the #16 pick and giving up a 3rd rounder, #77 overall. Worked out great for Dallas and the 49ers. We all know that Jerry Jones called that shot and he may very well do the same thing in a deeper draft. I can also see them trading w/the Chiefs/Eagles #22/#23 and giving up their late 3rd rounder, # 94.

Possible players available at #16 or #23

#16 CB: Justin Gilbert, Darqueze Dennard # 23 CB: Jason Verrett,
S: Calvin Pryor, Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix S: Lamarcus Joyner, Jimmy Ward
WR: Mike Evans, WR: Marquise Lee, Kelvin Benjamin, Jordan Mathews
DE: Aaron Donald
OT: Lewan, Robinson or Mathews

At least 4 of those guys will be available at 30...there are just too many good players this year.
Aaron Donald is a game changer. There has been so much press on his lack of height it has overshadowed his outstanding talent.
Originally posted by Murphys1:
At least 4 of those guys will be available at 30...there are just too many good players this year.

I agree. Now that I think about it we should do the old Bellicheck and stand pat or trade back if anything to get more picks in rounds 2 and 3. This draft is way too deep at all our positions of need. We already have 3 to 4 picks in rounds 2 and 3 so why not use our first to pick up a couple more. Then we can use those multitude of picks in those premium rounds to select a lot of quality players to bring into camp thus increasing competition for roster spots like ole Pete has done and then we use other picks to trade into next years draft as well. Our 7th round picks can be used more moving up in rounds to target the players we want. We should bring more premium talent to camp than any team in the NFL and at the end of the summer we can do as Trent did last year and trade away talent to other teams for future draft picks like he did this year. We are in a great spot this draft. We are head and shoulders above other teams unless STL trades down and back into the draft because they hold 2 very high draft picks and Les Snead will try his best to mimic what we are doing after sitting in that convention with Paraag a couple years back. Getting all of this new young talent will help us when and if we lose Crab and Iupati next offseason. We know we are going to pay Kap and eventually Aldon but we should have the ammo to load up on a multitude of premium talent to replace them!
[ Edited by Pillbusta on Feb 28, 2014 at 6:19 AM ]
Originally posted by Garlicboy:


#16 CB: Justin Gilbert, Darqueze Dennard # 23 CB: Jason Verrett,
S: Calvin Pryor, Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix S: Lamarcus Joyner, Jimmy Ward
WR: Mike Evans, WR: Marquise Lee, Kelvin Benjamin, Jordan Mathews
DE: Aaron Donald
OT: Lewan, Robinson or Mathews

I would trade a 3rd pick for Justin Gilbert. We should be able to find a wr in the 2nd.
Originally posted by Murphys1:
Originally posted by Garlicboy:
Daniel Kilgore just got extended. They also have Snyder and Looney both of whom may be be able to play as the back-up Center and are quality back-up Guards. They pulled another Alex Boone, extended him cheap, then will start him.

That being said, the team has 5 or 6 picks in the 1st 3 rounds and 3-4 positions of need: WR, CB, S and to a lesser extent LB. They have the picks to really move up and have a real shot at Sammy Watkins by giving up a 1st, 2nd and 3rd for Sammy Watkins. They would still have a 2nd, 3rd and an extra comp pick 3rd/4th. That being said I wouldn't do it, but Baalke might.


However I think Baalke does what he did last year and trades w/the Cowboys getting the #16 pick and giving up a 3rd rounder, #77 overall. Worked out great for Dallas and the 49ers. We all know that Jerry Jones called that shot and he may very well do the same thing in a deeper draft. I can also see them trading w/the Chiefs/Eagles #22/#23 and giving up their late 3rd rounder, # 94.

Possible players available at #16 or #23

#16 CB: Justin Gilbert, Darqueze Dennard # 23 CB: Jason Verrett,
S: Calvin Pryor, Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix S: Lamarcus Joyner, Jimmy Ward
WR: Mike Evans, WR: Marquise Lee, Kelvin Benjamin, Jordan Mathews
DE: Aaron Donald
OT: Lewan, Robinson or Mathews

At least 4 of those guys will be available at 30...there are just too many good players this year.

I really think they move up and get a guy and then maybe again into the early 2nd or late 1st.
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
Aaron Donald is a game changer. There has been so much press on his lack of height it has overshadowed his outstanding talent.

is he a scheme fit for the niners
Originally posted by hofer36:
is he a scheme fit for the niners

Not unless you play him at nose tackle, even then, he's not a 1st down kind of guy, inside pass rushing specialist pretty much.
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if we jumped up that high to grab kelvin benjamin i will lose my mind. if we do move for a receiver hopefully it's either to grab OBJR or Brandin Cooks.
Originally posted by hofer36:
is he a scheme fit for the niners

If I had to compare him with anyone it would be John Randall of the Vikings from some years ago. They are very similar in size and their quickness makes them a mismatch. He won't last long and he'll be a major contributor in year one.
If he is anything like Randall he'd be the steal of the draft.
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
If he is anything like Randall he'd be the steal of the draft.

It's not like Donald just magically showed up at the Combine and was a revelation just based on a workout. This guy dominated the Senior Bowl and won most every major award for linemen last year based on how he played. I would rather the Niners pick a guy like Donald than a guy like Clowney or Hegeman anyday.
With our current positions of need: CB/S/WR

The only players I would trade up for are: Gilbert/Dennard - Pryor/Clinton-Dix - Mike Evans
We'll still need a back up later in the draft