Colin Kaepernick -- He looks even better than last year. Scary good.
Anquan Boldin -- Big, quick, smart, physical, everything you want from a real WR. Slow in the underwear Olympics, dominant on the football field.
Ian Williams -- Wow. He can move with power. Like RJF with more power. He's our starting NT. He'll get penetration up the middle for us. He is an upgrade.
Vance McDonald -- Short armed a pass, but looked great otherwise, and made several impressive receptions.
LaMichael James -- He is a very explosive runner, and will help us out this year.
Corey Lemonier -- Very explosive, (which I was expecting), but also possesses surprising strength. He is a great addition, and could develop into a special player. Looks the part.
Perrish Cox -- Played very well throughout the game, even as a return man.
Scott Tolzien -- Tolzien did not play bad, the backup O-line played terrible and he had very little time. He did some really good things and I think he will be our number two quarterback.
Michael Wilhoite -- Not great, but at least we have somebody serviceable at MLB in case we need him.
Eric Reid -- A pretty good tackler. That's already an upgrade over Goldson.
Glenn Dorsey -- Not too bad. Huge man, can move a little bit, he will help us on the D-line rotation.
Special teams -- We have a lot of good special team players.
Backup OT: Over the last few years, we have drafted guards, guards, centers, and more guards. So we are set there, but, where's our offensive tackle depth?
Kicker: I could be wrong, but I think our starting kicker Phil Dawson badly missed a field goal. It looked really ugly moving through the air too. Hopefully, a fluke.
WR's: We have fast guys, athletic guys, big guys, some are even big and fast, yet they never seem to actually do much in games other than make special teams plays.
Injuries: It's a shame that we have a bunch of players who are sidelined and missing out on valuable experience. I.E. Patton, Tank, Dial, Williams.
[ Edited by BrianGO on Aug 8, 2013 at 10:51 PM ]