49ers Full Seven Round Mock Draft
Right now, I doubt any player desperately needed drops to pick 31. I'd be all for a trade up if the price isn't too steep but this mock revolves around a trade down.
I'm trading away our 31st pick for the 39th, 74th and 105th picks of the New York Jets, thus allowing them to move up for a QB. But you could easily pick any QB needy team as a trade partner here. I'm also giving the 49ERS two third rounders that I think will come, one compensatory and one from Cleveland for Alex Smith.
Round Two pick 39: Jesse Williams, DE/NT, Alabama
I like Williams and think he fits the mold of a 49er all over based on our current defense. A great run stuffer who I think can develop adequate pass rushing skills. Adept at playing either inside on the nose or as a five tech, I think he brings an intimidating figure and immediate impact whether it be aas a starter or backup learning from the master.
Round Two pick 61: Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers
I think he is better than this draft placement but think he could run average 40 time and drop. He is training with Revis right now and should learn a hell of a lot in that case. He is big, physical and rarely is out of place. He is a good tackler and is used to being on an island in some respects.
Round Three pick 74 (from Jets): Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
Raw with character concerns but big, fast and can high point a ball well. I see him having an early impact a little like Josh Gordon for the Browns last season.
Round Three pick 76 (from Carolina): Brandon Williams, NT, Missouri Southern
People might not like the idea of drafting both Brandon and his namesake Jesse but I love it. Lack of depth in the defensive front was obvious and with Sopoaga likely gone, this pick is a smart one. I was seriously impressed with Williams in the Senior Bowl game itself, but even more so after his stellar week of practice, cementing himself as a small school gem.
Round Three pick 95: Robert Alford, CB, Southeastern Louisiana
A overreaction to his senior bowl week? maybe, but he is fast, dynamic and shut down good receivers in his first ever attempt and facing top D1 guys.
Round Three (Compensatory Pick): Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
I see WR as a big need still and love the idea of Swope. Solid but not spectacular, he is a reliable target who is severely underrated.
Round Four Pick 105: JJ Wilcox, S, Georgia Southern
Another small school standout and potential future starter, nice range.
Round four pick 127: Joe Kruger, DE, Utah
A bit like Jesse Williams, just looks like 49er to me, high effort, high intensi guy who can still grow.
Round Five pick 151: Kyler Reed, TE, Nebraska
Tweener prospect with good blocking skills and great speed. Nice option if Walker can't be resigned.
Round Five pick 158: Dustin Hopkins, K, Florida State
Round Six pick 171: Cornelious Washington, OLB, Georgia
People want OLB depth but bear in mind that Cam Johnson and Darius Fleming are two good players who will be back next season. No need to take one higher than this.
Round Six pick 190: Washaun Ealey, RB, Jacksonville State
Big time recruit not so long ago, similar size to Gore and could pay off in long run.
7th rounders would be developmental guys, maybe a QB like Alex Carder too.
I myself would like Montori Hughes and Toilolo somewhere in the middle round. Think Toilolo with his length really adds something and i really like what i've seen from Hughes.
I don't know the values, but that seems like a lot for the Jets to give up to move up 8 spots. That said, I love the first 3 picks. I think Williams is worth the 31st pick if he is there. Ryan and Rogers would also be great picks if they are available at the end of rds 2 and 3 as well.
Swope is a good WR, but I don't see us adding two via the draft. We'll still have Crabs, Manningham, Kyle Williams, AJ Jenkins and then Da'Rick Rogers. I guess it's possible, though. Overall, nice job.
I thought it would be a good idea to list our picks here:
1) #31- Round 1
2) #34- Round 2 (Thanks Alex)
3) #61- Round 2
4) #74- Round 3 (From Panthers)
5) #93- Round 3
6) #128- Round 4
7) #131- Round 4 (Comp)
8) #157- Round 5 (From Colts)
9) #175- Round 6 (From Cleveland)
10) #180- Round 6 (From Dolphins)
11) #227- Round 7 (Thanks Taylor Mays)
12) #246- Round 7 (Comp)
13) #252- Round 7 (Comp)
1) #31- Round 1- Datone Jones - DE
2) #34- Round 2 - Justin Hunter - WR
3) #61- Round 2 - David Amerson - CB
4) #74- Round 3 - DJ Swearinger - FS
5) #93- Round 3 - Jordan Reed - TE
6) #128- Round 4 - Marcus Lattimore - RB
7) #131- Round 4 - Matt Scott - QB
8) #157- Round 5 - Marcus Davis - WR
9) #164- Round 5 - Dustin Hopkins - K
10) #180- Round 6 - Trade for a future 5th
11) #227- Round 7 - Ryan Turnley - C
12) #237- Round 7 - Sean Fisher - OLB
13) #246- Round 7 - Trade for future 6th
14) #252- Round 7 - Ray Ray Armstrong - S
246 can't be traded since its a compensatory pick. However here are my 7 rounds:
1 - 31 : DT Kawann Short
2 - 34 : S Jonathan Cyprien
2 - 61 : TE Vance McDonald
3 - 74 : OLB Trevardo Williams
3 - 93 : CB Bidi Wreh-Wilson
4 - 128 : WR Cobi Hamilton
4 - 131 : ILB Gerald Hodges
5 - 157 : OT Brennan Williams
5 - 164 : DT TJ Barnes
6 - 180 : WR Ace Sanders
7 - 227 : K Dustin Hopkins
7 - 237 : C Dalton Freeman
7 - 246 : S Rashard Hall
7 - 252 : QB Brad Sorensen
Used a player ranking to determine the players i could choose. Also think there will be a fair bit of trading by Baalke for either picks next year or to move up.
- As far as Cyprien goes, I'm not sure if he can play FS. He's a great SS however.
- 61 is a little high for McDonald for me.
- Hopkins goes well before 7th round imo
Good draft, fills most of our needs.
McDonald may be a little bit of a reach but i really like him
Every rookie K is good to me and i really can see us drafting one to see how he holds in training camp and then either keep him or keep Dawson. I see Hopkins too gone long before but following the rankings he was available so i slotted him in.
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