One guy that I really want to see is Jamison Crowder, WR from Duke. I only saw him in the bowl game against Texas A&M, but he had a fantastic game. He is a feisty little guy, but super quick. I know Ellington kind of fills this role, but I'd still love to see him on the Niners
Jaelen Strong from ASU is another, especially if Crabtree does end up walking like some here are afraid of. Nice bigger receiver, about 6'3", 200, very physical, came on strong for ASU this past season.
Amari Cooper like someone else said, it'll be interesting to see how he does without McCarron and if he struggles, it could be a nice buy low opportunity.
Oh yeah......Shawn Oakman of Baylor is another. Absolute freak of nature at DE, like 6'9", 280, extremely raw but great potential.
Shawn Oakman, DE, Baylor (#2), 6'9, 285 The best way to describe this defensive end is "rare". It's rare that you find a 6'9, 285 pound man with Oakman's get-off and first step explosion, in addition to overpowering hands on contact and balance to redirect with run flow. He was a constant disruption to the Sooner offense, routinely jolting his blocker 2-3 yards in the backfield before locating the football. He'll need more reps and experience to get a better feel for how blockers are approaching him, but overall this is a special talent that could be a top 10-15 pick.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on May 12, 2014 at 5:33 PM ]
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