Don't expect the 49ers' signing of free-agent veteran wideout Brandon Lloyd to impact their draft strategy.San Francisco will still be looking for a young, fast, playmaking receiver in the draft to team with Michael Crabtree, Anquan Boldin and Quinton Patton.The signing of Lloyd, meanwhile, is a low-risk, possibly high-reward move that could either: 1) pay off in a big way if Lloyd, 32 – who did not play in the NFL last season – flashes the form he showed with New England in 2012 when he had 74 catches; or 2) result in Lloyd failing to make the roster out of training camp.The odds probably are against Lloyd making a big impact for the Niners in 2014. After sitting out a season, Lloyd doesn't exactly fit the mold of the wideout head coach Jim Harbaugh says he's hoping to add, "A third guy who can get open and make plays. … A playmaker."As Marc Sessler of NFL.com wrote after the 49ers announced the signing Tuesday, "The 49ers should keep looking. We'd be surprised if a 32-year-old pass-catcher coming off a sabbatical year fills that need."But Lloyd – originally a fourth-round pick of the 49ers in 2003 – has surprised teams before with his...