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Round 3, #80, the San Francisco 49ers selects Chris Culliver, CB, South Carolina

Originally posted by turfdoggs49:
I am glad you GUYS are not doing our draft.

LOL So I would've picked Johnny Patrick or Curtis Brown, and those guys got picked by the Saints and Steelers. You really wouldn't want Mickey Loomis or Pittsburgh's FO running ours? 2 of the last 3 superbowl winners? Really bro?
Originally posted by SDDAVE:
We finally have a kick returner at last. Check out the video, you will like it.

that 2nd run was pretty filthy
Wih us drafting a great returner, does this move Ginn to wr full time? I just hope he pans out because we need some speed BADLY!!
So you a Steeler fan if so wrong forum . I trust what they are doing did you work them out .They did
Originally posted by 24plus25er:
Originally posted by BSofSF:
Originally posted by PTulini:
bydavidwhite: Culliver played CB and S. Mike Mayock had him as a sixth-rounder. "A height-weight-speed guy but he worries me."

Thought they were going to grab that CB from Louisville. Bad pick.

"That CB from Louisville must not be too much of a prospect if you can't even remember his name.

There were 5 cornerbacks that picked after the No. 80 pick that graded out better than Chris Culliver, a couple significantly better. There's no way this guy isn't there in the 4th or 5th. The guy from Louisville's name is Johnny Patrick, mentioned by Maiocco as a possible Niner target.
Originally posted by bigmike55:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:





Chris Culliver is officially the leanist 49er in history. Dude is shredded. Looks like he has 0% Body Fat. No homo.

Cut up like a bag of dope.
Originally posted by turfdoggs49:
So you a Steeler fan if so wrong forum . I trust what they are doing did you work them out .They did

So I'm a steelers fan because I think their front office does a better job than ours? If you really mean that then that'd make 75% of this board steelers fans. Their fo has won 2 of the last 6 superbowls. Ours hasnt even made the playoffs since 2002. Logic says they pick better players than we do. Even a homer should be able to see that.
God, we finally have a kick returner with speed who is not looking for the sidelines after he fields it. Enjoy the video, I think you will like what you see.


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[ Edited by SDDAVE on Apr 29, 2011 at 19:25:20 ]
Me thinks this is a Brad Seely pick. (ST Coordinator)
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Looks like Baalke wants his guys at key positions and drafts them no matter what. He drafted a bunch of projects last year as well....






agreed it that
So I'm a steelers fan because I think their front office does a better job than ours? If you really mean that then that'd make 75% of this board steelers fans. Their fo has won 2 of the last 6 superbowls. Ours hasnt even made the playoffs since 2002. Logic says they pick better players than we do. Even a homer should be able to see that.



All Iam saying is that if the 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh likes the pick then let see what he can do they just had j John p in and he must not been what they where looking 4 that it.
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by 49erFan:
Depth in the secondary, and an immediate special teams contributer.

Worthy of a 3rd round pick?

We dont need depth in the secondary, we need a solid CB who can cover and has some ball skills. Someone like Johnny Patrick or Curtis Brown. Instead we get another guy who is a tweener between FS and CB. He's not great in coverage so he's not a great CB, and he has no ball skills and he's not great against the run so how will he be a good FS. We already have a bunch of young safeties in Reggie Smith, Taylor Mays, Chris Maragos, and Curtis Taylor. That is not even counting Dashon Goldson who will probably be back. This is a dumb pick. Baalke is in love with people's athleticism and height and speed and he's not good at picking actual good football players.

If he develops then yeah good pick, but I sure hope we can coach him up because just because he's a hell of an athlete doesnt make him a great player. Baalke picks these guys every time.

I'm not attacking and I totally understand what you're saying, but I truly believe that you can't solve 100% of a teams needs in one draft. You have to start with the value/fit for what you can get and keep moving. It's not impossible but extremely rare for a team to hit home runs with solving needs with every pick.

Maybe I'm being unrealistic but I feel like many comment as if this is the last draft ever. The 49ers have to build this thing piece by piece with a competent coaching staff that will develop players. Again, the NEs of the league can only trade/deal and continue to collect picks because they develop the players they have - who aren't always consensus picks.

I'm willing to wait to see what the new coaching staff will do. I think they get at LEAST one year of leeway.
Originally posted by BSofSF:
Originally posted by 24plus25er:
Originally posted by BSofSF:
Originally posted by PTulini:
bydavidwhite: Culliver played CB and S. Mike Mayock had him as a sixth-rounder. "A height-weight-speed guy but he worries me."

Thought they were going to grab that CB from Louisville. Bad pick.

"That CB from Louisville must not be too much of a prospect if you can't even remember his name.

There were 5 cornerbacks that picked after the No. 80 pick that graded out better than Chris Culliver, a couple significantly better. There's no way this guy isn't there in the 4th or 5th. The guy from Louisville's name is Johnny Patrick, mentioned by Maiocco as a possible Niner target.

Keep in mind that Jim had Tony Romo and David Garrard graded as 1st round picks while most didnt have them with a draftable grade at all.
Originally posted by turfdoggs49:
So I'm a steelers fan because I think their front office does a better job than ours? If you really mean that then that'd make 75% of this board steelers fans. Their fo has won 2 of the last 6 superbowls. Ours hasnt even made the playoffs since 2002. Logic says they pick better players than we do. Even a homer should be able to see that.



All Iam saying is that if the 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh likes the pick then let see what he can do they just had j John p in and he must not been what they where looking 4 that it.

Yeah but whether you like a guy or not you have to know his value. They took Culliver way too high. Its the same s**t as last year, they picked Taylor Mays when better cover guys were available and then he struggles and we are all supposed to be shocked or something. YOu can fool me once but you cant fool me twice and Baalke better hope that Harbaugh can save his ass by coaching these guys up or he is really going to have f**ked us over. Baalke made the same type of picks last year and we all blamed it on Singletary, but the guy Sing really liked (Iupati) wound up being the only player who actually turned out to be really good.