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Sole's final mock draft

TRADE:
Niners trade 3rd overall to Bengals. Niners get 5th and 69.

DRAFT

5.
Kyle Pitts
TE Florida
Positives
Amazingly athletic pass catcher who's a receiver in a tight end's body. Agile, fluid, and a natural pass catcher. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, extends to make the reception away from his frame, and looks the ball into his hands. Tracks the ball in the air, displays outstanding timing, and comes away with the difficult grab. Gets vertical, adjusts and climbs over defensive backs to come away with the difficult catch. Displays outstanding focus as well as concentration. Play smart football, comes back to the ball, and works to make himself an available target. Runs solid routes for a bigger pass catcher, uses his hands to separate from defenders, and consistently finds ways to come free. Quickly turns upfield after the catch and keeps the play inbounds to pick up as much yardage as possible. Sells routes and easily makes the reception in stride. Gives effort blocking and is very effective blocking at the second level.

43.
Eric Stokes
CB Georgia
Underrated cornerback with the size and play speed to start in the NFL. Physical, battles opponents throughout the route, and tracks the ball in the air. Possesses excellent length, effectively diagnoses the action, and has a closing burst. Possesses good hands for the interception. Easily runs downfield with opponents. Gives effort defending the run and wraps up tackling.
Imo he's the best corner in this draft

69.
Walker Little
OT Stanford
Dominant left tackle prospect who had his 2019 campaign cut short by injury then chose to opt out last season. Tall, athletic, and displays terrific footwork in pass protection. Intelligent, displays terrific vision, and quickly picks up stunts or blitzes. Active with his hands, keeps his feet moving, and keeps his head on a swivel. Smooth and fluid pulling across the line of scrimmage, easily moves around the field, and possesses great blocking range. Quick to the second level, redirects to linebackers and works blocks. He was top pick before injury and then he opt out this year

102.
Davis Mills
QB Stanford
Started 11 games for Stanford the past two seasons. Physically-gifted quarterback with a next-level arm. Possesses terrific size, can spin the ball, and throws all his passes with speed. Spreads the ball around to all his targets, quickly identifies the open wideout, and flashes the ability to beautifully place the ball into receivers' hands. Goes to the check-down target, throws darts and gets the ball through tight spots. Patient, buys time and does not force the issue. Puts touch on throws when necessary and delivers a catchable pass. Elusive with the ability to escape the rush or pick up yardage with his legs.

117.
Shaka Toney
EDGE Penn State
Athletic, explosive college pass rusher with a streaky game. Displays good change-of-direction skills and fluidly gets down the line of scrimmage chasing the action. Possesses excellent movement skills, works his hands throughout the action, and gets leverage on opponents.
Fluid if asked to twist or stunt, fires through the gaps behind the line of scrimmage, and gets outside the box to make plays. Flashes an explosive first step off the snap and plays with excellent balance

155.
Marvin Wilson
DT Florida State
Nice-sized interior defensive lineman who watched his game level off the past two years. Plays with proper pad level and gets leverage on opponents. Resilient and rarely off his feet. Explosive, aggressively defends the run and possesses a closing burst. Does not give up on plays and chases the action hard. Attracts a lot of double-team blocks and is tough to handle in the middle of the line.

172.
Nick Eubanks
TE Michigan
Athletic tight end who previously flashed ability but is coming off a poor senior campaign. Plays tough, nasty football, shows good awareness, and works hard as a blocker or pass catcher. Quickly releases off the line, runs solid routes for a bigger tight end, and extends his hands to offer the quarterback a target.
Nicely adjusts to the errant throw and extends to snatch the ball away from his frame. Makes the difficult catch with defenders draped on his back. Moves incredibly well for a big man, uses his hands to separate from opponents, and comes back to the ball to make himself an available target. Starts with good knee bend, blocks with proper pad level, and keeps his head on a swivel.

180.
Joshuah Bledsoe
S Missouri
Nice-sized safety with a well-rounded game. Quick to read and diagnose, keeps the action in front of him, and is effective playing over the slot receiver. Works to get his head back around to locate the pass in man coverage, displays a burst of closing speed, and gives terrific effort. Mixes it up with receivers throughout the route. Fires up the field and aggressively defends the run.

194.
Trevon Grimes
WR Florida
Nice-sized receiver with good athleticism. Sturdy, snatches the ball away from his frame, and takes a big hit yet holds onto the throw. Possesses soft hands, uses his frame to protect the ball, and gives outstanding effort after the catch. Consistently comes away with the difficult catch and wins out for contested passes. Possesses solid eye/hand coordination. Effective blocker downfield who gives effort.

230.
Sadarius Hutcherson
OG South Carolina
Strong, wide-bodied blocker who is only effective in a small area. Patient, stays square, and shows strength at the point. Solid position blocker who keeps his feet moving, works blocks, and seals defenders from the action. Explosive at the point, anchors in pass protection, and works through the whistle. Keeps his head on a swivel.

Imagine Samuel Aiyuk Pitts kittle and mostarthats whole lot a weapon for garrapolo to choose from. Like i said stokes gonna be the best corner and little he was a top 10 pick before he git injured and he opted outbthis season he can move inside or move mcglinchey inside.
Niner can have mills study behind jimmy g.
Let me know how i did
[ Edited by Vai5684 on Apr 22, 2021 at 11:50 AM ]
why would the Bengals trade up other than they did it in a draft simulator?
Originally posted by Hysterikal:
why would the Bengals trade up other than they did it in a draft simulator?

Thats y it a mock draft. It dosent have to be like this.
[ Edited by Vai5684 on Apr 22, 2021 at 3:15 PM ]
Starting to hear some talking about pitts to the niners. And i think its gonna be pitts. Remeber the year baker mayfield was drafted number one overall. Nobody was talking about him untill the last week before the draft and the closer gets to the draft day there was more more talking about him as the number one overall. Thats was im thinking here as it get close to draft day more and more talking about pitts to the niner
Jimmy G has already been told it's a QB
Originally posted by adrianlesnar:
Jimmy G has already been told it's a QB

Did you hear Shanahan say it to jimmy g. All he said jimmy g didnt take it to well. All we know it mightnbe a smoke screen to confuse alot people.
Originally posted by Vai5684:
Did you hear Shanahan say it to jimmy g. All he said jimmy g didnt take it to well. All we know it mightnbe a smoke screen to confuse alot people.

I suppose there is always the chance that Jimmy G was also lied to, but short of that, yes Jimmy G was told they are bringing a QB, and he is not happy about it.
Originally posted by adrianlesnar:
Originally posted by Vai5684:
Did you hear Shanahan say it to jimmy g. All he said jimmy g didnt take it to well. All we know it mightnbe a smoke screen to confuse alot people.

I suppose there is always the chance that Jimmy G was also lied to, but short of that, yes Jimmy G was told they are bringing a QB, and he is not happy about it.

True. But same thing from last year about joe staley
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