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Targets for the *next* round

Lattimer
Jean-Baptiste
If we move up I hope it's for Jernigan, Tuitt, Sua' Filo, or Nix. There are some good receivers left so I think patience there may pay off. Like the kid from Boise St. as well. Corner is a must, prefer Baptiste over Desir.
[ Edited by T-9ers on May 9, 2014 at 10:46 AM ]
Originally posted by 49oz2superbowl:
Originally posted by Cooper22:
I want to see a trade up for either Ellington, Latimer, or Desir.

Also, might be very unpopular, but say we trade up using a 2nd and 3rd and stay pat with our other 2nd round pick, wouldn't mind seeing Carlos Hyde if running backs continue to fall... Dude's a straight beast

If Carlos Hyde fell to us that wouldn't be unpopular at all. The guy has no business falling to our 2nd and would immediately solidify our future backfield for years to come.

A running back in the 2nd. That I just cannot see happening.
I like Gabe Jackson. This years Warford. Paul Richardson and Bruce Ellington at wr. Attaochu, Bradford, Murphy, Clarke for pass rush. Seastrunk, Archer, or West late 3rd.

The Ward pick pretty much eliminates the possibility of some of my favorite players like Joyner, Brooks, and Loston, but that's a good thing cuz now we can focus on other areas.
This is where the draft becomes so much more interesting and where scouts/GMs really make their money.


If Baalke plays this right, he can come away with 3 to 5 future starters today. I think we can get Moncrief at 61. I think we may need to get up to 40 in order to ensure we get Stephen Tuitt. He's one of the best defensive lineman left and is a first round talent. The thing is, what would it take to move from 56 to the high 40s? I think Jacksonville is a potential trade partner at 39. With Justin Blackmon's status in the air, they have Cecil Shorts and who else at receiver? Fortunately for them, this draft is pretty deep at starting caliber receivers. They can likely get a starter at 56 as well as at 39. With the loss of Maurice Jones-Drew they should be in the market for a running back as well and we have one dying for playing time. I think our 2nd, 5th, and LaMichael James should be enough to net us the 39th pick and maybe an extra 6th or 7th as a throw in which we can trade for a 2015 pick later on.
Originally posted by LifelongNiner:
This is where the draft becomes so much more interesting and where scouts/GMs really make their money.


If Baalke plays this right, he can come away with 3 to 5 future starters today. I think we can get Moncrief at 61. I think we may need to get up to 40 in order to ensure we get Stephen Tuitt. He's one of the best defensive lineman left and is a first round talent. The thing is, what would it take to move from 56 to the high 40s? I think Jacksonville is a potential trade partner at 39. With Justin Blackmon's status in the air, they have Cecil Shorts and who else at receiver? Fortunately for them, this draft is pretty deep at starting caliber receivers. They can likely get a starter at 56 as well as at 39. With the loss of Maurice Jones-Drew they should be in the market for a running back as well and we have one dying for playing time. I think our 2nd, 5th, and LaMichael James should be enough to net us the 39th pick and maybe an extra 6th or 7th as a throw in which we can trade for a 2015 pick later on.

A late 3rd round pick.
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I would like to see us draft Jordan Matthews in the second.

Absolutely wonderful intangibles.

Excellent college production.

Good physical traits.


I would be willing to use our 4th or 5th round pick to move to get him in the second.
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by 49oz2superbowl:
Originally posted by Cooper22:
I want to see a trade up for either Ellington, Latimer, or Desir.

Also, might be very unpopular, but say we trade up using a 2nd and 3rd and stay pat with our other 2nd round pick, wouldn't mind seeing Carlos Hyde if running backs continue to fall... Dude's a straight beast

If Carlos Hyde fell to us that wouldn't be unpopular at all. The guy has no business falling to our 2nd and would immediately solidify our future backfield for years to come.

A running back in the 2nd. That I just cannot see happening.

Our future at running back isn't solid enough? Granted there are injury concerns it Marcus Lattimore, but I honestly was already comfortable with the tandem of Kendall Hunter and LaMichael James last year before we even drafted Lattimore. Throwing him into the mix, makes us even more potent. No way on earth we take a running back in the second. Or even on day two for that matter.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by LifelongNiner:
This is where the draft becomes so much more interesting and where scouts/GMs really make their money.


If Baalke plays this right, he can come away with 3 to 5 future starters today. I think we can get Moncrief at 61. I think we may need to get up to 40 in order to ensure we get Stephen Tuitt. He's one of the best defensive lineman left and is a first round talent. The thing is, what would it take to move from 56 to the high 40s? I think Jacksonville is a potential trade partner at 39. With Justin Blackmon's status in the air, they have Cecil Shorts and who else at receiver? Fortunately for them, this draft is pretty deep at starting caliber receivers. They can likely get a starter at 56 as well as at 39. With the loss of Maurice Jones-Drew they should be in the market for a running back as well and we have one dying for playing time. I think our 2nd, 5th, and LaMichael James should be enough to net us the 39th pick and maybe an extra 6th or 7th as a throw in which we can trade for a 2015 pick later on.

A late 3rd round pick.

So in other words, the 5th and LaMichael James isn't cutting it? Although his body of work is small as a running back,I LaMichael James should have 5th round value in a straight up trade. So it's essentially Kansas City's 2nd and two fifths for 39.
Originally posted by LifelongNiner:
So in other words, the 5th and LaMichael James isn't cutting it? Although his body of work is small as a running back,I LaMichael James should have 5th round value in a straight up trade. So it's essentially Kansas City's 2nd and two fifths for 39.

Nope.


56-340

40-500


Difference of 160 points.


2 5th rounders, even early 5th rounders only gets you 40 points a piece. A late 3rd is worth about 130 points or so.


Teams don't necessarily follow the points exactly, but they do wind up pretty close to the overall value based on the past few drafts. Every now and then a team gets a nice bargain like the 49ers did with Dallas last year when they moved up for Reid but I certainly wouldn't count on that.
I really want Jordan Mathews!
I'm also curious about Brock Vereen, similar to Ward in terms of his overall versatility, can play CB or S, a little bigger at 5'11" and 199, another interesting prospect I am keeping an eye on.
NO MORE F*CKING AROUND MOVE UP N TAKE EITHER LATIMER, LEE OR MATTHEWS, ENOUGH WITH THE SURPRISES BAALKE
we just made a move for stevie johnson