Quinton Patton's five total catches in the 2013 regular season and postseason aren't enough to proclaim the young wideout a sure-fire success story.The sample size is small. He played just six games in the regular season, sidelined by injuries, and was active for all three postseason games.But heading into the 2014 season, it appears Patton has impressed his coaching staff and teammates with what he did with the opportunities he had in games, practices and the classroom. Going forward, the 6-foot, 204-pound wide receiver from Louisiana Tech should be part of the Niners' bigger picture next season. The NFL Sets Up a Sunday to RememberThe big stage does not frighten him," said 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh. "And I really like that about him."Harbaugh made that comment after Patton made a clutch 23-yard reception late in the final regular-season game against Arizona to set up a game-winning field goal by Phil Dawson.Although he had just two catches in that game, Patton – playing as the No. 3 wideout behind Michael Crabtree and Anquan Boldin – was also praised for his blocking that day. He had a couple of key blocks that helped the 49ers net first downs. To the 49ers...