On Day 1 of the NFL Draft, the 49ers were secondary players.Though they went into the draft with 11 selections – including six of the first 100 – the Niners didn't make a big splash. They didn't make a trade to move boldly up in the first round. They stayed where they were at No. 30 and let teams like the Browns, Bills and Vikings make the splashy, high-profile moves and picks.Friday, however, could be a very different day for San Francisco.After taking safety/nickel cornerback Jimmie Ward at the bottom of Round 1, the 49ers go into Friday's second and third rounds with five selections.. They have the 56th and 61st overall picks in the second round and Nos. 77, 94 and 100 in the third round.With all those picks in their pockets – and with general manager Trent Baalke's trade history – it's likely that San Francisco could move up or down a couple of times in Friday's draft to either get the players it wants or stock up additional picks for 2015.The 49ers' two biggest needs remain at cornerback and wide receiver, and several top prospects are available at both positions. - 49ers Surprise, Draft a SafetyBaalke said Thursday, after taking Ward that he is...