Through the first two days of the draft, the 49ers stayed true to their personality.Since general manager Trent Baalke and head coach Jim Harbaugh became a team three seasons ago, the Niners have been a physical team on both sides of the ball. And on offense – while most teams around the league were building schemes built around the passing game – San Francisco was relying on a ground-and-pound run-first philosophy.That trait came through loud and clear on Day 2 of the draft in the Niners' four draft selections.In Round 2, they drafted Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde, a 6-foot, 230-pound battering ram who describes his running style as "violent." After the 49ers drafted Hyde, the NFL Network's Charles Davis praised Hyde's toughness and versatility, saying this: "The 49ers like to bludgeon people running the football. That's what Hyde can do. He does not turn down carries. Hyde can catch the football out of the backfield so effortlessly." - 49ers Should be Major Players on Day 2 of DraftHyde was considered by some to be the best running back in the draft, and he now gives San Francisco an even deeper arsenal of ballcarriers behind Frank Gore, with Marcus Lattimore,...