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Thought I'd start a on its own thread for this so we can keep the draft thread about prospects... Here's my first one of the year.

 

I missed Azeez Ojilouri on the 2nd round pick by 1 player and I hated that, also wasn't happy not to get a QB but a decent draft overall.

15.

Patrick Surtain II CB, Alabama

47.

Rashawn Slater OT, Northwestern 

116.

Myjai Sanders EDGE, Cincinnati 

155.

Tyler Linderbaum IOL, Iowa

169.

Ifeatu Melifonwu S, Syracuse 

176.

Tyreke Johnson CB, Ohio st

193.

Chatarius Atwell WR, Louisville 

223.

Michael Penix Jr. QB, Indiana

236.

Khalil Herbert RB, Virginia tech

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I did one yesterday, got Wilson at 12 lol. I try doing a few just to kick around different potential situations. I had one where the Qbs all went in top 5, corners were gone...I ended up having to go tackle in round 1. 

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3 minutes ago, Forge said:

I took Smith- Marsette in mine as well. The special teams contributions alone should make the selection worthwhile 

Yup. Between the lack of ST talent on our roster and the question marks populating our receiver room (whether it be pending FA's or injuries)..their should definitely be a receiver drafted at some point late in the draft if we hold onto all of our picks. Not to say we don't have potential in the room besides the top two..but as if we lose Bourne...it could get ugly really fast in the event of an injury. 

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Also, I don't see how their is any way A). Wilson drops to us and B). Even IF we restructured Jimmy G...I can't bring myself to pass on Wilson in any situation. 

 

I think i'm pretty locked into drafting one of the big 4 if they fall to us...which I think is highly highly unlikely. 

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This was my first of the year and I'd be pretty jacked about it. This was from Dec 14th, so I imagine a lot of their projections have changed in recent weeks. 

12. San Francisco 49ers
Zach Wilson
QB, BYU


44. San Francisco 49ers
Asante Samuel Jr.
CB, Florida State


113. San Francisco 49ers
Myjai Sanders
EDGE, Cincinnati


152. San Francisco 49ers
Justyn Ross
WR, Clemson


171. San Francisco 49ers
Alaric Jackson
OT, Iowa


176. San Francisco 49ers
Amari Rodgers
WR, Clemson


190. San Francisco 49ers
Tyreke Smith
EDGE, Ohio State


222. San Francisco 49ers
Trey Hill
IOL, Georgia


233. San Francisco 49ers
Trey Dean III
CB, Florida

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On 12/25/2020 at 10:25 PM, Forge said:

12.

Trey Lance

QB,

44.

Asante Samuel Jr.

CB,

113.

Jordan Smith

EDGE,

152.

Alec Lindstrom

IOL,

169.

Ifeatu Melifonwu

S,

176.

Keith Taylor

CB,

190.

Justyn Ross

WR,

223.

Tyreke Smith

EDGE,

233.

Obinna Eze

OT,

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Not sure how I feel about this one. Got the qb, but don't like the mid round picks nearly as much. I think I take this one because I like the top three more, but I don't love the lack of strong offensive line additions

 

On 12/18/2020 at 10:33 PM, Forge said:

Did my first mock today. All the QBs were gone by our pick, which left me sad...and so I punted the position lol

I almost took Brock Purdy in the 6th, but then I wasn't sure why. He's a fun dude, but I think he's probably Colt McCoy. I tried to stay away from guys I didn't think were declaring (I could have taken Penix in the 7th, for example). The only one I wasn't sure on was Tyreke Johnson..not sure why he would come out, but I snagged him late not really thinking about it. But this draft was weird in the way that I completely and totally swung for the fences on a lot of these and this draft could be a complete disaster. 

#12 - Caleb Farley, CB - missed the quarterbacks, grabbed the best corner. Lance went he pick right before to Detroit. The picks around us were mostly tackles (those are reaches with this class) and Ossai. I could have taken Davonta Smith, and that would have been fun...as would have Pitts who went 15. But I can't pass on the best corner here. Not a fan of back surgery, but I don't know how much you can really do about it. He's the most complete corner in this draft and by far the best matchup of talent + need for this selection. 

#44 - Jaelan Phillips, EDGE Miami - This is probably the one I'm least in love with and especially given our injury problems. Medicals will be big for him. But he's a toolsy athlete who ripped it up this year when he finally stayed healthy and he is desperately the type of player we need. This pick is so crazy risky at this point. Creed Humphrey went a few picks before to the Eagles, and I did give real thought to taking Josh Myers at this pick (he went with the next selection), but if you hit right with Phillips that's just so huge. If you hit right with Myers, it's kind of "meh", to be honest. After that, honestly, there wasn't much appeal looking around outside of EDGE.  Basham went a few picks later and I could have gone Patrick Jones II here, and I think that there's a reasonable case to be made that he should have been the pick. Either one of those guys makes sense, as I wouldn't blame anyone for thinking that there may be a little too much Josh Sweat in this selection (though should be noted that Sweat has been pretty efficient the last two years, but his health probably will prevent him from being a full time player). 

#113 - Spencer Brown, OT Northern Iowa - One of the biggest challenges with navigating this draft is trying to figure out what to do with guys who didn't play, and Spencer Brown is one of those guys, and it may be doubly hard for him given that he played at an FCS school.  That being said,  this is just stupid value and I don't know how I make any other choice regardless of who is on the board. He's a former TE, has all that sweet athleticism and fluidity that you know our guys are just going to salivate over. With Williams up there in age (and possibly leaving), McG being a trainwreck and no clear backup on the roster, we are going to have to take a tackle at some point, and I'd be over. The only thing I'm not sure on, and I think it's a valid concern, is how well his height translates. Dude is 6'9.  Kind of hoping he measures something closer to 6'7. Hopeful that he spent his season off putting on just a little weight. At that height, I feel like he should be a lock to be in that 330+ range. He's got amazing length, crazy body strength, and still has excellent movement skills. Will have to sort him out, but he's a guy that has the upside of a true shutdown tackle at the top of his potential. FTR, the most interesting guy selected here was Jamie  Newman who went the very next pick and Alec Lindstrom who went a few picks later. Newman is probably the last QB I even entertain selecting in this draft, and I couldn't even do it because I wasn't passing on Brown. 

#152 - Jack Anderson, OG Texas Tech - We definitely need to do some work on the interior, and I think you kind of just keep firing bullets in the middle rounds..especially for interior guys. I don't think that you have to break the bank unless you have prospects who are so clearly elite at what they do that they force your hand to select them that early (think Nick Mangold at center and Quenton Nelson at G). Anderson has basically been a steady starter since he was a freshman, missed most of last season with an injury, but came back and played every game this year. He's not great on his feet, but he's enough to be okay...I don't think that he'd be a detriment. 

#171 - Tyreke Johnson, CB OSU - As mentioned, I'm not really sure why he would come out at this point, but I didn't realy think about it at the time. Complete shot in the dark here try swing for the fences on his skill set and H / W / S

#176 - Deangelo Malone, Edge WKU - So he's listed as an edge, but I'll be damned if he's an actual edge player. I'm not really sure what to do with him but Western Kentucky kind of plays him everywhere and he's kind of good all over. I think he's likely an off ball linebacker at the next level, and I'd probably start him out as maybe a sort of blitzing SAM type. At this point of the draft, I look at a guy like him, see a football player who also has really nice athletic toolkit and I'm just in. I'll figure out the rest later. 

#190 - Justyn Ross, WR Clemson - Medicals will also play a big part in Ross, and it's easy to forget what a talented player he is given how long ago it feels since we last saw him. Someone mentioned him in another thread just a few days ago and I got to this pick and he was the top rated player on their board. Felt like fate. 

#222 - Jaelon Darden, WR North Texas - Yeah, a double dip on the receiver position isn't really necessary, but I'm also just trying to find guys who I think have the best shot at actually playing at a quality level at the NFL and contribute. What good is picking a safety here if I don't think he's going to actually contribute as a safety ? Darden is shredding for North Texas, and I actually mentioned him to N4L on the last podcast (that bit ended up getting cut, however).  He has some punt return ability though hasn't been used there a ton, and while he's small, he's ultra productive at North Texas, and size has never bothered us before and we actually have familiarity with the North Texas program via Jeff Wilson. 

#233 - Jimmy Morrissey, C Pitt - Actually feel weirdly good about this pick so late. He crushes the intangibles box, ton of experience, didn't allow a sack last year. Seems like a guy that could turn out to be just fine and you'd just be like, "yeah, it makes sense that he's pretty good" if he actually ended up being good. 

Those were my first two

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Here goes my first take: 

12. Zach Wilson QB

44. Tyson Campbell CB

113. Brady Christensen OT

152. Tariq Thompson S

169. Joshua Kaindoh Edge

176. Amari Rodgers WR

190. Tyler Linderbaum IOL

223. Khalil Herbert RB

233. Trey Dean III CB

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I used PFN mock simulator. Mainly because you can trade picks for FREE. TDN can also but its for premium users only.

-  Offers on the table:

I send 12 to TB for 25/2022 1st/2022 3rd.

I send 12/43 to TEN for 24/55/2022 1st.

I send 12/107 to Cincy for 38/69/2022 1st/2022 2nd.

Trey Lance is still on the board along with the likes of Wyatt Davis, Rashawn Slater and Jaycee Horn.

For 2022 sake and the belief that we somehow make a trade for a Stafford/Ryan/Wentz, I took the Cincy trade.

On the clock at 38, I had two more offers:

I send 38/138 to NYG for 42/2022 2nd

I send 38/138 to NYJ for 66/90/2022 2nd.

Tyson Campbell, Jaelan Phillips, Carlos Basham JR, Asante Samuel JR are the still on the board

Again, I opted to trade. I took the Giants pick. Moving down four spots and again building the draft for 2022.

From there on out, there were other trade offers when I was on the clock at pick 69 but I declined them all

Here's what I ended up with:

42. Jaelan Phillips DE Miami

43. Creed Humphrey OC Oklahoma

-I almost doubled up on Edge with Patrick Jones.

69. Israel Mukuamu CB South Carolina

156. Daniel Faalele OT Minnesota

169. Quentin Lake S UCLA

192. Malcolm Koonce DE Buffalo

202. Jordon Scott DT Oregon

2022 Cin 1st

2022 CIN 2nd

2022 NYG 2nd

 

 

 

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Knowing that there's an Asante Samuel and a Patrick Surtain in this draft, I constantly have to check on my time machine to make sure it didn't go off accidentally.

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Decided to run through another mock today: 

12. San Francisco 49ers
Zach Wilson
QB, BYU

44. San Francisco 49ers
Jaelan Phillips
EDGE, Miami

113. San Francisco 49ers
Trey Sermon
RB, Ohio State

152. San Francisco 49ers
Justyn Ross
WR, Clemson

169. San Francisco 49ers
Divine Deablo
S, Virginia Tech

176. San Francisco 49ers
Deommodore Lenoir
CB, Oregon

190. San Francisco 49ers
Tyreke Smith
EDGE, Ohio State

223. San Francisco 49ers
Alaric Jackson
OT, Iowa

233. San Francisco 49ers
Tamorrion Terry
WR, Florida State
 

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21 minutes ago, GW21 said:

Decided to run through another mock today: 

12. San Francisco 49ers
Zach Wilson
QB, BYU

44. San Francisco 49ers
Jaelan Phillips
EDGE, Miami

113. San Francisco 49ers
Trey Sermon
RB, Ohio State

152. San Francisco 49ers
Justyn Ross
WR, Clemson

169. San Francisco 49ers
Divine Deablo
S, Virginia Tech

176. San Francisco 49ers
Deommodore Lenoir
CB, Oregon

190. San Francisco 49ers
Tyreke Smith
EDGE, Ohio State

223. San Francisco 49ers
Alaric Jackson
OT, Iowa

233. San Francisco 49ers
Tamorrion Terry
WR, Florida State
 

If we got Wilson, Phillips and Sermon in the first 3 round, then added an IOL in the next round......this would be a win for me. 

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Just finished a draft on TDN:

 

12. Justin Fields (QB, Ohio State)

44. Jaelen Phillips (Edge, Miami)

102. Richie Grant (S, USF)

115. David Moore (IOL, Gambling)

154. Ronnie Bell (WR, Michigan)

171. Cole van Lanen (OT, Wisconsin)

178. Marco Wilson (CB, Florida)

192. Amari Gainer (LB, Florida State)

225. Jimmy Morrissey (IOL, Pittsburgh)

235. Dicapri Bootle (CB, Nebraska)

 

Feel i waited a big long before taking a CB(based on the current situation) but really didn't like either the value or the player earlier.

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