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Can we develop a Niners top 100 board?

If we took Maddogs Post Senior Bowl top 100, list who would be automatically eliminated even if that player dropped to a position, or the niners traded up to a position, where he could be drafted?
I like this idea but it would be difficult! They might draft a QB in the second round if a top guy was still there at 64, but should they? I guess you would have to go by a combination of BPA and need...but how much of each?
What I am thinking of is that if we knew what kinds of players the Niners pick that we would automatically remove some of Maddogs top 100 from the start. For example if a player was a clear 4-3 DE or DT then that might eliminate a number of high picks. Another is that we are not likely to take a high draft OT or OG so that elilminates a number of other players as well. So that narrows the pool down considerably round to round.
*1 Luke Joeckel Texas A&M OT If we could draft number 1 I don't think we would take Joeckel for our oline is full and functional and cheap enough.
2 Jarvis Jones Georgia OLB We would take Jones if we could get to him.
3 Star Lotulelei Utah DT We would definitely take Lotulelei if we could get up there.
*4 Geno Smith West Virginia QB We might take Smith but would prefer at a lower round.
5 Sheldon Richardson Missouri DT We would take Richardson if we could get to him.
6 Bjoern Werner Florida St DE/OLB We would take Werner, or at least have him on our list.
7 Dee Milliner Alabama CB He would be on our list
*8 Eric Fisher Central Michigan OT Probably not take Fisher even if we could get to him.
9 Dion Jordan Oregon DE/OLB Would be on our list.
*10 Lane Johnson Oklahoma OT Probably not on our list.
*11 Chance Warmack Alabama G Probably not haves Warmack on our list.
12 Sharrif Floyd Florida DT Would be on the list.
13 Barkevious Mingo LSU OLB Would be on the list.
14 Ezekiel Ansah BYU DE/OLB Maybe on the list.
15 Keenan Allen Cal WR Would be on the list
16 Johnathan Hankins Ohio St DT Would be on the list.
17 Johnthan Banks Mississippi St CB Would be on the list.
18 Kenny Vaccaro Texas S Would be on the list.
19 Jesse Williams Alabama DT Would be on the list.
*20 Jonathan Cooper North Carolina G Probably not on the list.
21 Xavier Rhodes Florida St CB
22 Datone Jones UCLA DE
23 Alex Okafor Texas DE
24 Alec Ogletree Georgia LB
25 Matt Elam Florida S
26 Desmond Trufant Washington CB
27 Damontre Moore Texas A&M DE
*28 Mike Glennon NC State QB probably on the list.
29 Eddie Lacy Alabama RB
30 Zach Ertz Stanford TE
*31 DJ Fluker Alabama OT probably not on the list
32 Tyler Eifert Notre Dame TE
33 Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee WR
*34 EJ Manuel Florida St QB
*35 Tyler Wilson Arkansas QB
36 Kawann Short Purdue DT
37 DeAndre Hopkins Clemson WR
*38 Matt Barkley USC QB
39 Sam Montgomery LSU DE/OLB
40 Jordan Poyer Oregon St CB
41 Markus Wheaton Oregon St WR
42 Giovani Bernard North Carolina RB
43 John Jenkins Georgia DT
44 Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech WR
45 David Amerson NC State CB
46 Kevin Minter LSU LB
47 Manti Te'o Notre Dame LB
48 Tavon Austin West Virginia WR
49 Robert Woods USC WR
50 Eric Reid LSU S
51 Sylvester Williams North Carolina DT
52 Phillip Thomas Fresno State S
*53 David Quessenberry San Jose St G/OT
54 Stepfan Taylor Stanford RB
55 Jonathan Cyprien Florida International S
56 Vance McDonald Rice TE
*57 Larry Warford Kentucky G
58 Khaseem Greene Rutgers LB
59 Aaron Dobson Marshall WR
60 Terrance Williams Baylor WR
61 Arthur Brown Kansas St LB
62 Travis Kelce Cincinnati TE
63 Robert Alford Southeastern Louisiana CB
64 Brandon Williams Missouri Southern St DT
65 Akeem Spence Illinois DT
66 Leon McFadden San Diego St CB
67 Marquise Goodwin Texas WR
*68 Landry Jones Oklahoma QB
69 Christine Michael Texas A&M RB
70 Barrett Jones Alabama C/G Might be on the lists for a Center
71 Andre Ellington Clemson RB
72 Montee Ball Wisconsin RB
*73 Tyler Bray Tennessee QB
74 Logan Ryan Rutgers CB
75 Travis Frederick Wisconsin C/G Might be on the list for Center
76 Justin Hunter Tennessee WR
77 Margus Hunt SMU DE
78 David Bakhtiari Colorado OT might be on the list for 3rd round
*79 Ryan Nassib Syracuse QB
*80 Oday Aboushi Syracuse G/OT
81 Malliciah Goodman Clemson DE
82 Jonathan Franklin UCLA RB
83 Joseph Randle Oklahoma State RB
84 Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech WR
85 Zavier Gooden Missouri LB
86 Tavarres King Georgia WR
87 Mike Gilleslee Florida RB
88 Terron Armstead Arkansas Pine Bluff OT might be on the list for 3rd round and need for backup tackle.
89 Sio Moore Connecticut LB
90 BW Webb William and Mary CB
91 JJ Wilcox Georgia Southern
S92 TJ McDonald USC S
93 Cornelius Washington Georgia DE/OLB
94 Chris Faulk LSU OT
95 Kyle Long Oregon G/OT
96 Dion Sims Michigan St TE
97 Kevin Reddick North Carolina LB
98 Brian Schwenke Cal C
99 Jordan Mills Louisiana Tech OT
100 Bacarri Rambo Georgia S

That would be 17* potential picks off of the Niners board. Would there be any other picks that are not very likely to be picked even if we had the opportunity to pick these players because for some reason or another they would not fit our system?
Here are the players I have noted as "Niner Watch Players":

1st - Star Lotulelei DT Utah 6'3" 325 NT disruptive inside force both massive and strong, very quick off the snap, good interior penetrator and pass-rusher.
1st - Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri 6'3" 290 3/4 DE explosive under tackle, pass-rushing interior lineman
1st - Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State 6'4" 317 NT massive run stopper, very good quickness and feet, dynamic penetrator, inconsistant motor
1st - Jesse Williams DT Alabama 6'3" 320 NT powerful nose tackle who is very good at shutting down the run, quick off the snap and can bring pressure up the middle
1st - Kenny Vaccaro SS Texas 6'1" 215 FS athletic, slot corner, safety, playmaker, solid run defender
1st - Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee 6'3" 205 dynamic playmaker and downfield threat, unpolished as a route runner, explosive ability with the ball in his hands
1st - Ezekial Ansah DE BYU 6'5" 270 3/4 OLB Raw with rare combination of size, athleticism and natural power, rush from 4-5 positions, incredible movement skills
1st - Zach Ertz TE Stanford 6'6" 249 very good all-around tight end who is both an effective receiver and a strong in-line blocker
1st - Barrett Jones C Alabama 6'4" 312 OT, G versatile offensive lineman with the blocking ability to start at any position on the offensive line
1st - Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State 5'11" 190 KR zone coverage, good instincts, can quickly break on the ball, very smart, opens hips and runs up-field vertically
1st - Datone Jones DE UCLA 6'4" 280 DT Well-built athlete with long arms and good strength, explosive initial burst, variety of pass rush techniques, tweener
1st - Desmond Trufant CB Washington 6'0" 185 Athletic,instinctive, NFL ability, fluidity, straight-line speed, very good hips, mirrors the receiver well, off-man scheme
1st - Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State 6'1" 215 Cover 2 teams because of his size, physicality and ability to redirect, could also project at free safety.
2nd - Tavon Austin WR West Virginia 5'9" 176 KR terrific speed, quickness and route-running ability, multi-dimensional playmaker, slot
2nd - Eric Reid FS LSU 6'2" 208 inconsistant, terrific athlete, good deep coverage ability, hard-hitter and solid tackler
2nd - Margus Hunt DT SMU 6'7" 288 3/4 DE incredible physical specimen with huge upside
2nd - Logan Ryan CB Rutgers 6'0" 190 good cover corner, smart, tough, disciplined, good feet and good length
2nd - Quinton Patton WR Louisiana Tech 6'2" 195 smooth and fluid routes, ideal build, body control and hands, smart, goes after ball, gets open and create separation
2nd - Dallas Thomas OT Tennessee 6'5" 310 G Naturally large with long arms, initial quickness as well as top flexibility and balance, susceptible to speed rushers
2nd - Phillip Thomas FS Fresno State 6'1" 215 good straight-line speed, agility and terrific closing speed, good instincts and ball skills, natural playmaker
2nd - Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State 6'0" 178 KR slot receiver, quickness is blatant and dangerous, very quick feet, good hands
2nd - Aaron Dobson WR Marshall 6'2" 205 long athletic frame, creates separation, lacks elite speed, accelerates, strong hands, plucks and fights ball, good blocker
3rd - David Amerson CB North Carolina State 6'2" 193 great size, athleticism and ball skills with huge upside
3rd - Cobi Hamilton WR Arkansas 6'3" 209 long-strider with size and physicality, wide catching radius, physical, aggressive runner, limited route running and speed
3rd - Travis Frederick C Wisconsin 6'4" 330 G massive and powerful lineman, but he also has very good feet, versatile C/G
3rd - Da'Rick Rogers WR Tennessee Tech 6'3" 215 strong and tough, versatile, can play outside and slot, powerful runner, speed to run away, character red flags
3rd - Jonathan Cyprien SS Florida International 6'0" 210 physical player, sets the tone, muscled up but flexible, flexible hips, gets to sideline quickly
3rd - Jordan Reed TE Florida 6'3" 243 H-Back fluidity and soft hands, lacks ideal size and blocking skills, difficult matchup, play-making ability
3rd - Chris Harper WR Kansas State 6'1" 231 good speed, huge physical WR, crisp breaks , outside burst after the cut, catches with hands, good blocker
3rd - Tony Jefferson FS Oklahoma 5'10" 212 Reliable tackler who plays with good awareness, good instincts, box or in coverage in both man and zone looks, lacks size
3rd - Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati 6'5" 260 good receiver and blocker, flashing an aggressive, killer instinct, lines up h-back, slot, outside, average athlete
3rd - Brandon Williams DT Missouri Southern State 6'2" 328 NT quick off the line, combination of power and quickness, good leverage
3rd - Will Davis CB Utah State 5'11" 192 man-to-man, good feet, plays physically and is disruptive in press, raw
4th - Vance McDonald TE Rice 6'4" 260 top H-Back prospect, reliable hands, versatility and ability to move around the offensive alignment, avg speed
4th - Chase Thomas OLB Stanford 6'3" 242 3/4 OLB overachieving attitude, strength and smarts, plays fast and hard, very quick feet, agile, coverage and rush skillls
4th - Corey Fuller WR Virginia Tech 6'2" 187 rare acceleration and top end speed, good route running, slight frame
4th - Cornelius Washington DE Georgia 6'4" 264 Chiseled, collapses pocket, rushes passer, potential 3/4 OLB, one trick pony, terrible against run, poor instincts
4th - Brandon McGee CB Miami 6'0" 190 loose hips and quick feet, quick reading and reacting, to break and close fast, jumping ability, body control and hands
4th - Corey Grissom DT South Florida 6'2" 316 NT quick and fast off the snap with natural burst, durability issues, large lower body and a quick first step
4th - Ryan Otten TE San Jose State 6'5" 245 sneaky speed, receiver TE, uses shoulders and feet well to run routes, can make plays down the field
4th - Levine Toilolo TE Stanford 6'7" 265 huge catching radius with his long arms, lacks elite ballskills, high ceiling, needs improved blocking
5th - Zach Sudfeld TE Nevada 6'6" 255 big with downfield receiving threat, striders speed, good hands and inline blocking
5th - David Bass DE Missouri Western State 6'5" 275 excellent speed, natural pass rusher, good quickness off the ball, terrific in coverage, excellent length,
5th - Will Pericak DT Colorado 6'4" 285 3/4 DE good power and ability to disengage blocks, country strong, 5 tech, variety of pass moves, quick off the ball
5th - Cooper Taylor SS Richmond 6'4" 228 OLB change of direction, efficient aggression, very good recovery speed, instinctive versus the run
5th - Marcus Davis WR Virginia Tech 6'4" 228 H-Back Raw converted QB, understands game, combination of size, explosiveness, speed and toughness
5th - Michael Williams TE Oklahoma 6'5" 268 understanding blocker built like a tackle, long arms, good feet and power, can anchor, good in red-zone, huge target
5th - Duke Williams FS Nevada 6'1" 190 prototypical size, above average speed, range in the passing game, good run support
6th - Ben Cotton TE Nebraska 6'6" 255 large frame, good length, reliable hands, average blocker, raw skills, big target, adequate short area quickness
6th - Caleb Schreibeis DE Montana State 6'3" 253 3/4 DE good pass rush skills and athletic ability to drop back
6th - D.C. Jefferson TE Rutgers 6'5" 258 H-Back long, athletic, good hands, smooth athlete, size and athleticism, run blocks with leverage,
6th - Graham Pocic C Illinois 6'5" 308 G physically strong and aggressive, plays through whistle, leader, gritty
6th - Kapron Lewis-Moore DT Notre Dame 6'4" 300 3/4 DE versatile tackle and DE, injury concern, gets off blocks and finish plays, not much pass rush
[ Edited by ChaunceyGardner on Jan 31, 2013 at 6:23 PM ]
Thank you Chauncey. Are you able to rank these players by round? Or another way of saying it is how would the niner rank these players by 1st round, 2nd round etc.?
Originally posted by Ninefan56:
Thank you Chauncey. Are you able to rank these players by round? Or another way of saying it is how would the niner rank these players by 1st round, 2nd round etc.?

I put rounds by my watch players, not an exact science.
I understand completely. Thank you for the input and the hard work you put into your reponses. I appreciate it much.
Thanks guys this thread was helpfull.
Hopefully we can refine it even more as we near the combine.

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