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Originally posted by Gore_21:
Carter was 01. Plummer was the other 1st in 00. Actually that is a petty underrated draft with Peterson, Plummer, Engelberger, Webster, Ulbrich, Rattay and Jennings.

1 16 Julian Peterson LB 07/28/1978 Michigan State
1 24 Ahmed Plummer DB 03/26/1976 Ohio State
2 35 John Engelberger DE 10/18/1976 Virginia Tech
2 48 Jason Webster DB 09/08/1977 Texas A&M
3 65 Giovanni Carmazzi QB 04/14/1977 Hofstra
3 86 Jeff Ulbrich LB 02/17/1977 Hawaii
4 108 John Keith DB 02/04/1977 Furman
5 132 Paul Smith RB 01/31/1978 Texas-El Paso
5 150 John Milem DE 06/09/1975 Lenoir-Rhyne
7 212 Tim Rattay QB 03/15/1977 Louisiana Tech
7 230 Brian Jennings TE 10/14/1976 Arizona State

Could you imagine if the 49ers would have drafted Tom Brady instead of Tim Rattay?
The 1979 draft should be higher. Montana and Dwight Clark? MONTANA & CLARK? That's "The Catch"....

We also got OJ Simpson....heh....

:)
[ Edited by bzborow1 on Mar 26, 2014 at 8:17 AM ]
Originally posted by bzborow1:
The 1979 draft should be higher. Montana and Dwight Clark? MONTANA & CLARK? That's "The Catch"....

We also got OJ Simpson....heh....

:)

We got a steal with Clark in the 9TH ROUND
My favorite draft was the 2006 draft just for the fact i wanted them to draft Vernon Davis and they did. After seeing his college highlights and seeing his combine video i was shocked that this guy is a tight end he was a beast. When i heard his name called i was so pumped and he has not disappointed. Hes been a good team leader for years now and clutch during the playoffs and hes already broken the TD record for 49er tight ends.
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
I like Harbaalke's first draft. The include kap, aldon, kendal hunter, culliver, bruce miller. Those are some of my favorite current players.


that draft was a homerun!!
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Carter was 01. Plummer was the other 1st in 00. Actually that is a petty underrated draft with Peterson, Plummer, Engelberger, Webster, Ulbrich, Rattay and Jennings.

1 16 Julian Peterson LB 07/28/1978 Michigan State
1 24 Ahmed Plummer DB 03/26/1976 Ohio State
2 35 John Engelberger DE 10/18/1976 Virginia Tech
2 48 Jason Webster DB 09/08/1977 Texas A&M
3 65 Giovanni Carmazzi QB 04/14/1977 Hofstra
3 86 Jeff Ulbrich LB 02/17/1977 Hawaii
4 108 John Keith DB 02/04/1977 Furman
5 132 Paul Smith RB 01/31/1978 Texas-El Paso
5 150 John Milem DE 06/09/1975 Lenoir-Rhyne
7 212 Tim Rattay QB 03/15/1977 Louisiana Tech
7 230 Brian Jennings TE 10/14/1976 Arizona State

could of had Tom Brady too
I think it's awesome that the majority on here think it's 1986 and I don't even think we had a 1st round draft pick that year
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Originally posted by NeeJ49er:
We got a steal with Clark in the 9TH ROUND

He would be an UDFA in todays world. Very Nice!

I'd like to see Chuck Jacobs be the next Dwight Clark/Freddie Solomon, that way we can use the draft picks to load up on big monstrous man blocking O Linemen to replace Iupati, and push around D Linemen like the O linemen from the Cowboy's Dynasty used to do. Anyway, I'm saying this because I'm a fan of Chuck. He was impressive in last year's preseason and I think he will do well if he's given a chance.
That 86 draft was the back-bone of the near three-peat squads from 88-90. Adding that much young talent in support of three future HOF'ers was almost unfair.
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Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
That 86 draft was the back-bone of the near three-peat squads from 88-90. Adding that much young talent in support of three future HOF'ers was almost unfair.

Great point!! Maybe history will repeat itself this year.
Originally posted by ninertico:
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
That 86 draft was the back-bone of the near three-peat squads from 88-90. Adding that much young talent in support of three future HOF'ers was almost unfair.

Great point!! Maybe history will repeat itself this year.

I would also go 1986 as the best cause it did totally merge the early 80's with the late 80's three peat attempt. Plus it was classic walsh style drafting in move down acquiring more picks and still getting the guys he wanted. What is funny is that our board this year has just as many picks (11), and honestly Trent doesn't have to do any movement to acquire them. Let's hope history does repeat and this '14 draft put this team over the hump, swings the power back from Seattle, and results in a couple of titles.

1994 was probably my second favorite, cause getting three starters on an already championship caliber team is still pretty amazing. I always felt the '94 draft never got it respect because of the high publicized free agents that year.
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
That 86 draft was the back-bone of the near three-peat squads from 88-90. Adding that much young talent in support of three future HOF'ers was almost unfair.

Yup, I don't think the run from 88-90 would've been possible without that great draft.
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