Here is the incite to one of LOTE close friends with lots of knowledge and “food for thought”. What do you ladies think??
Trade RB Lamichael James for a 4th Rounder ( Baalke may have said we arent trading him, but he is very crafty and will not show his hand early.)
1st Round: Ra’Shede Hageman DL Minnesota. BPA falls to us. 6’6 320, unmovable and is a FREAK. We us…e him in the 3/4 DE rotation, and he eventually takes over for McDonald opposite Carrendine in the future.
1st Round ( 9ers sends Denver our 2nd and 3rd for the 31st pick) BPA at WR. Cooks, Beckham, Adams, Benjamin, or Landry? This draft is DEEP at WR and in this scenario, Ballke recognizes this, stays patient, takes the BPA first in Hageman giving us our DE of the future to pair with Carrendine and move back into the end of the 1st to get our WR.
2nd Round ( from KC) Deone Bucannon S, Washington State. If we need to move up to grab this guy, fine, but i think that he might still be there when we use our pick from the Cheifs. SS of the future also on board.
3rd round ( from Titans) Stanley Jean Baptist CB Nebraska. If he is gone, then the BPA at CB.
3rd Round ( Comp) NT Daniel ” Shade Tree” McCullers, Tennesee. 6’7 348, mean strong NT of the future to use in rotation with Dorsey and Williams and be the future of the middle of the D-line. Hageman, Carrendine, and Mccullers…wow.
4th Round: DE Micheal Sam, Missouri. SEC Defensive Player of The Year is a bargain here, and comes in as a situational pass rusher to add to our already formidable LB core. Aldon, Brooks, Lemonier, Skuta, and Sam in rotation going after the QB. Think about it. Forget about his sexual preference. This guy coming and going after the passer on this defense would be AWESOME.
** trade the 4th Rounder from the LMJ trade and acquire Jonathon Martin from the Dolphins. Harbaugh knows this kid, and his staff coached him. Immediately provides depth at LT and RT.
5th Round Dominique Easley, DT Florida. Like Carrendine ( and Marcus Lattimore) last year. Easley is a 1st round talent that has suffered a torn ACL. Draft him and red shirt him ala Carrendine, and he will be a very talented D-lineman for us the following season.
The rest of the 6th and 7th round picks can be used to move up and draft any of the above.*****
OVERVIEW: In this mock, we get the WR, CB, and SS that we need, while also getting the BPA in the 1st round that gives us a starter for the future and valuable depth now. We also pick up our NT of the future, very good OL depth, a very good pass rusher to add to our LB core, and ANOTHER very talented D-lineman that we can rehab an redshirt for even MORE incredible depth for the future.