I wanted this version to be a little more aggressive. So I have included two trades:
No. 30 and No. 77 for No. 21
No. 56 and No. 94 for No. 34
No. 21 - O'dell Beckham, WR, LS, 5'11'', 198, 4.43
We move up to secure Beckham, who will immediately become our top returner and will be a great deep threat at WR.
No. 30 - Traded to Green Bay for No. 21
No. 34 - Jason Verrett, CB, TCU, 5'10'', 189, 4.38
We move up to grab Jason Verrett, who falls out of the first round due to his size. However, his film shows that he is arguably the best corner in the draft and can come in and compete right away as a slot cornerback.
No. 56 - Traded to Washington for No. 34
No. 61 - Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana, 6'3'', 215, 4.45
With our second 2nd round pick, we select Cody Latimer, who our staff seems to really like. He has the size and speed to stretch the field, similar to Josh Gordon
No. 77 - Traded to Green Bay for No. 21
No. 94 - Traded to Washington for No. 34
No. 100 - Keith McGill, CB, Utah, 6'3'', 211, 4.47
With our 3rd round comp pick, we select Keith McGill, who fits the new mold of cornerbacks in the NFL.
No. 129 - David Fales, QB, San Jose St., 6'2'', 212, 4.99
In the 5th round, we select Fales, who Harbaugh really likes, and can come in and compete for the backup QB spot.
No. 242 - Brandon Thomas, G, Clemson, 6'3'', 317, 5.09
Here we select Thomas, who serves as this year's Baalke special. He is a solid guard, who can redshirt for year, and then come in and compete for a backup guard spot and potentially a starting guard spot depending on what happens with Iupati.
No. 243 - Jonathan Dowling, S, Western Kentucky, 6'3'', 190, 4.52
His measurables are too much to pass on at this point. He has great potential and could potential.
No. 245 - Gator Hoskins, FB/TE, Marshall , 6'2'', 253, 4.73
Will be a solid backup to Bruce Miller and can also fill some of the role that Delanie Walker played.