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  1. 2020 Draft Thread

    I'm not a Matt Miller fan boy or anything, but just because he's hearing that doesn't mean it isn't being floated out there.
  2. 2020 Draft Thread

    This is from Matt Miller in his latest rumors article: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2884704-matt-millers-scouting-notebook-latest-2020-draft-rumors-for-every-nfl-team He also notes that he's heard rumors of the Jets favoring Lamb, the Raiders could go WR unless a QB that's too good to pass up is there, and that the Panthers and Jags could be surprise WR destinations in the 1st round. All of this, plus the Broncos, Cowboys, Eagles, Vikings, Titans, and Packers have been rumored to want a WR early in the draft. Not saying they're all going to take a receiver in the 1st, but it seems like pickings may be slim at 31 for a WR.
  3. 2020 Draft Thread

    For sure. Jeudy is a special receiver that creates crazy separation and is a human joystick in the open field. Those kinds of guys just don't come in droves from the college ranks.
  4. 2020 Draft Thread

    I didn't know much about Ben Bartch other than his last name sounds like an old western villain, so I looked at his scouting report on TDN and I actually like him quite a bit. Despite playing for a smaller school, he's lauded for his football IQ. He's pretty long (6'6 308) and he's a pretty good athlete. He's considered a "high-end developmental" tackle, which I guess means he's still a little rough around the edges, but isn't that far away from being useful. TDN considers him a year away from being a solid starting tackle. He's more of a technician with athleticism than a brute mauler. Sounds right for our system. I've seen Bartch go anywhere from the 3rd to the 4th, but according to this tweet, he may sneak into round 2.
  5. 2020 Draft Thread

    I like Evans. But I'd also like to highlight JaMycal Hasty. He's a round 6-7 RB that's on the smaller side, but he's thick for his height (5'8 205). He's lightening quick, pretty good receiver out of the backfield, and apparently loves covering kicks and hitting people. His SPARQ score is 90%, which means he's super athletic for the position. He seems like a smaller version of Mostert with better hands.
  6. Around the NFL III - The NFLiest Yet

    Same. I hope this means that his personal demons are under control and he's getting his life back together. Good for him.
  7. 2020 Draft Thread

    I would too, honestly. I like both, but I like Terrell more. He just seems like he's more polished and has been the #1 on a top team for like 3 years now.
  8. 2020 Draft Thread

    I haven't seen a ton of tape on him either, that's just what I was reading on scouting reports. I do agree that LSU corners tend to be pretty good at the next level. I wouldn't hate Fulton at 31 if he's still there, but I'm also not seeing corner as a 1st-round priority this year. I think I'd prefer to take one in the later rounds, but that's just me.
  9. 2020 Draft Thread

    I'm not really up-to-speed on the 1st round corners, but I think the knock on Fulton is that he's still kind of raw and has a lot of mental lapses. Also, how does he do in zone? When I'm looking at corners this year, I'm really trying to pay attention to how they play in zone, how is their tackling, and can they press on the outside. Those three things are why I love Harrison Hand in the 5th round. He's tailor-made for our defense.
  10. 2020 Draft Thread

    A corner at 13 is C.J. Henderson. I'm not seeing any other corner mentioned in the top 20 outside of Okudah and Henderson and Okudah is not falling to 13. The consensus choices at OT, CB, and WR I've been seeing in a ton of mocks at 13 are: Jeudy Lamb Ruggs Henderson Thomas One or possibly 2 of those WR's will not be available. In some mocks, the top 4 tackles are all gone and Josh Jones is the top tackle left. IMO, at 13, we're at the end of the tier 1 tackle run and at the beginning of the WR run. The corners will be taken sporadically because there's not a lot of top-end talent in that group.
  11. FFMD ll 20’- San Francisco 49ers Front Office

    Yeah McGlinchey is a no for me. I'm cool with everyone on your trade list.
  12. 2020 Draft Thread

    I'd rather take Ross Blacklock at 31 or at the top of the second.
  13. General off-season discussion/plan thread

    This is exactly what I think we should do. Morgan is one of the best blocking TE's in football and can be had for very cheap - perfect! Dwelley has shown that he can develop into a nice depth piece at TE. He reminds me of Hollister from the Seahawks. I'd be very happy with Kittle, Dwelley, and Morgan as our TE group, but I wouldn't mind bringing in a TE in the 5th round to compete with Dwelley in the long term or even roll with 4 TE's. I'm also interested to see what Helm looks like in training camp. I don't think Helm is going to be the next big thing, but he could be a useful utility guy.
  14. 2020 Draft Thread

    I get it from a draft perspective, but if the 49ers didn't make that trade, they wouldn't have made it to the Super Bowl and might've only been a wildcard team. Sanders was needed.
  15. 2020 Draft Thread

    I don't hate the idea of taking a tackle in the draft. But at 13? I'm not a fan. Especially if Jeudy or Lamb are still on the board. We were a few bad calls and missed throws away from winning the Super Bowl. We just let our #1B receiver walk out the door and we're in a pretty spot to pick up an even better WR. We're going to punt on that to take a tackle who may or may not even play this year? Our SB window is open right now. We have to capitalize on the opportunity and the roster we have. Taking a tackle at 13 just feels like a "next year" move, not a "win now" move.