With six of the first 100 picks in the draft, the 49ers are in a position to do almost anything.Some recent reports suggest that the Niners would be smart to trade some of their draft bounty to secure a second first-round pick, and that makes sense. With a deep team, after all, it's going to be hard for rookies to make the team's opening-day roster, and quality will be more important than quantity.But on the other hand, the 49ers could stay put, use their 30th choice in the first round on a cornerback and take a wide receiver (or two) in later rounds that they believe can make an impact and give quarterback Colin Kaepernick more chances to complete more passes deep downfield.Lately, one name that has slipped into the conversation is that of Cody Latimer, a wideout for the Indiana Hoosiers.San Francisco is reported to have sent receivers coach John Morton to a workout by Latimer at Indiana on Friday. Latimer, largely overlooked at the beginning of the draft evaluation process, has been climbing up the prospect ladder, reported Doug Farrar of Sports Illustrated.Farrar reported Latimer – who had a foot injury at the time and could not do running drills at the NFL Combine...