Recently, 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said his team's draft preparations were at a good stage.With many weeks remaining until the start of the NFL draft on May 8, Baalke said the team's draft board – its rating of players at every position and its draft strategy – was "60 to 65 percent" complete."There could be some big maneuvers," Baalke told the team's website. "But, generally speaking, it's just massaging the board a little bit."Still to be done, however, are many in-person scouting sessions and interviews with prospective draftees at private workouts and pro days. Though Baalke, his staff and head coach Jim Harbaugh have watched film and seen workouts at the recent NFL Combine, the 49ers haven't yet had a chance to interview all the players they like. Harbaugh Involved in Scouting QuarterbacksOne of those players Baalke finally had a chance to see and speak with this week was Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans – which, of course, immediately set off speculation.The Niners need a receiver and Evans is one of the best available in the draft, so might he be their No. 1 target in Round 1?The answer is a definite maybe.Evans, the top receiver for...