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Great Player Every Round

Was thinking the other day how over the last decade we have DRAFTED a goo player (or one with the potential to be a good player) in over half the rounds, but failed to have any success in other rounds. If I'm missing anyone for those rounds, please correct me.

1 -- Patrick Willis. The 3rd best 1st round pick this franchise has ever made.

2 -- Chilo Rachal. This is difficult because under the McCloughan regime we've only made two second round picks, but this one actually seems to have the potential to be very good.

3 -- Frank Gore.

4 -- this is the round we've had no success with

5 -- this is the other round we've had little success with. Hopefully McKillop changes this.

6 -- Josh Morgan. He's not a great player yet, of course. But he has shown enough to get excited about.

7 -- Eric Heitman. This is the only player on the list drafted outside of the McCloughan regime.
not sure what to say to ur post but... eric heitman is a beast and so are all the other names on that list
Maybe not great yet, but how about Parys Haralson in the 5th round. Still a good draft pick either way.
I would also give a nod to Joe Staley as well.
Ice hasnt been all world but he's been solid and he was a 4th.
Originally posted by DynastyPart2:
Maybe not great yet, but how about Parys Haralson in the 5th round. Still a good draft pick either way.

i agree
Originally posted by reasonable1:
Ice hasnt been all world but he's been solid and he was a 4th.

whos ice
Originally posted by jon_aztecs12:
Originally posted by reasonable1:
Ice hasnt been all world but he's been solid and he was a 4th.

whos ice

Isaac Sopoaga
2 12 Larry Roberts DE 6-3 264 Alabama
3 1 Tom Rathman FB 6-1 232 Nebraska
3 9 Tim McKyer CB 6-0 174 Texas-Arlington
3 21 John Taylor WR 6-1 185 Delaware State
4 14 Charles Haley LB 6-5 230 James Madison
4 19 Steve Wallace T 6-5 276 Auburn
4 20 Kevin f*gan DT 6-3 260 Miami (Fla.)
5 21 Pat Miller LB 6-1 220 Florida
6 24 Don Griffin FS 6-0 176 Middle Tennessee State
8 9 Jim Popp TE 6-5 239 Vanderbilt
8 sup Roosevelt Snipes RB 5-9 175 Florida State
9 19 Tony Cherry RB 5-7 187 Oregon
10 18 Elliston Stinson WR 5-10 175 Rice
10 21 Harold Hallman NG 5-11 234 Auburn

Benchmark! 1986
Cool post. Hopefully Goldson and Brown/Haralson can step up to fill those 4th and 5th round spots. Although I personally feel we gotgood value on M Robinson in the 4th back in 2006.
Originally posted by The_Distort:
Cool post. Hopefully Goldson and Brown/Haralson can step up to fill those 4th and 5th round spots. Although I personally feel we gotgood value on M Robinson in the 4th back in 2006.

I agree I think M Robinson will have a good year, and will continue to develop his game over the upcoming seasons to be a telented player
Originally posted by The_Distort:
Cool post. Hopefully Goldson and Brown/Haralson can step up to fill those 4th and 5th round spots. Although I personally feel we gotgood value on M Robinson in the 4th back in 2006.

I agree. I was very surprised not to see that Brown in the 5th round spot. In my eyes he has been as solid as you can be for a fifth round pick.

He, just as much as anyone has shined when given the opportunity.

Also I would throw Delanie Walker in the 6th round pick position. Although obviously Morgan is going to keep the spot light there.
Originally posted by GolittaCamper:
2 12 Larry Roberts DE 6-3 264 Alabama
3 1 Tom Rathman FB 6-1 232 Nebraska
3 9 Tim McKyer CB 6-0 174 Texas-Arlington
3 21 John Taylor WR 6-1 185 Delaware State
4 14 Charles Haley LB 6-5 230 James Madison
4 19 Steve Wallace T 6-5 276 Auburn
4 20 Kevin f*gan DT 6-3 260 Miami (Fla.)
5 21 Pat Miller LB 6-1 220 Florida
6 24 Don Griffin FS 6-0 176 Middle Tennessee State
8 9 Jim Popp TE 6-5 239 Vanderbilt
8 sup Roosevelt Snipes RB 5-9 175 Florida State
9 19 Tony Cherry RB 5-7 187 Oregon
10 18 Elliston Stinson WR 5-10 175 Rice
10 21 Harold Hallman NG 5-11 234 Auburn

Benchmark! 1986


Without this draft we don't win back to back Superbowls. I count eight guys drafted in 1986 who made major contributions from 88-90.

Walsh was amazing.
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
Originally posted by GolittaCamper:
2 12 Larry Roberts DE 6-3 264 Alabama
3 1 Tom Rathman FB 6-1 232 Nebraska
3 9 Tim McKyer CB 6-0 174 Texas-Arlington
3 21 John Taylor WR 6-1 185 Delaware State
4 14 Charles Haley LB 6-5 230 James Madison
4 19 Steve Wallace T 6-5 276 Auburn
4 20 Kevin f*gan DT 6-3 260 Miami (Fla.)
5 21 Pat Miller LB 6-1 220 Florida
6 24 Don Griffin FS 6-0 176 Middle Tennessee State
8 9 Jim Popp TE 6-5 239 Vanderbilt
8 sup Roosevelt Snipes RB 5-9 175 Florida State
9 19 Tony Cherry RB 5-7 187 Oregon
10 18 Elliston Stinson WR 5-10 175 Rice
10 21 Harold Hallman NG 5-11 234 Auburn

Benchmark! 1986


Without this draft we don't win back to back Superbowls. I count eight guys drafted in 1986 who made major contributions from 88-90.

Walsh was amazing.

Walsh was six for six in third and fourth rounds. Unbelievable!
Originally posted by DynastyPart2:
I would also give a nod to Joe Staley as well.

agreed
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