The 49ers will certainly bring in some new talent at wide receiver this offseason, but the question is, will they focus on veteran free agents or upgrade via the draft?As Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee noted this week, it's seeming more likely the 49ers will have a greater selection of talent available in free agency. This year's draft, he notes, "appears to be short on high-end receivers."This class of free agents has become deeper now that the Rams and Jaguars have not put franchise tags on Sammy Watkins and Allen Robinson, meaning that duo will join a list that includes such targets as Done Moncrief of the Colts, Jordan Matthews of the Bills, Taylor Gabriel of the Falcons (who played for Kyle Shanahan), John Brown of the Cardinals and Paul Richardson of the Seahawks.Watkins, a former first-rounder taken by the Bills in 2014 out of Clemson, has been impressive at times, but his production has dropped markedly in the past two seasons. He's only 25, though, so a team could be willing to gamble he could prosper in the right system.In 2017, Watkins had 39 catches for 593 yards and eight touchdowns for the Rams, after a 28-catch, 43-yard, two-TD season for Buffalo in 2016. In his...