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#31 Margus Hunt --DE -- SMU

Future replacement for Justin Smith. Massive former Estonian track athlete can move in immediately as a rotational DE keeping Justin Smith and Ray McDonald fresh. Also can contribute on speial teams have blocked 17 kicks in his collegiate career.

#34 Eric Reid -- FS -- LSU

Will replace Dashon Goldson as the starting FS. HE is bigger and faster than Goldson and can hit. The other too safeties under consideration Elam and Cyprien are too small and too slow respectively.

#61 Jordan Poyer -- CB/PR -- Oregon St

I could have selected any one of a number of CBs here, but chose Poyer because of his feistiness. 49ers like their CBs tall and long, Poyer is 5' 11 3/4" and his arms are a little short at 30 5/8", but he makes up for it with his intelligent play. Much better football player than athlete. Needs to get stronger though. The added bonus is he is a dangerous punt returner and has done it in bad weather at OSU

#74 Travis Kelce -- TE -- Cincinnati

Massive TE who is an excellent blocker and can get down the field. Will replace Delaney Walker. Mucher bigger than Walker at 6' 5" 255 and literally runs over people. He is available this late because he had to sit out a year becasue of an undisclosed violation of team rules.

#93 Chris Harper -- WR -- Kansas St.

Former QB, TE and WR brings a wealth of experience and a ton of upside. His stats don't tell the whole story because he played in a run oriented offense. He has terrific hands good speed (4.45) and huge body (228 lbs) to punish those Seattle DBs. His cone and shuttle times were good resulting in a 4.43 EQ40 and a 4.19 RSI!!

# 128 Reid Fragel -- OT -- Ohio St

Yeah I know we have him in the top 100, but he makes too much sense not to end up with the 49ers. He immediately replaces Leonard Davis in our jumbo package. He takes the swing tackle responsibilities from Alex boone so Boone can focus on being the RG and we can avoid major OL disruption if either of our starting go down. Third, he can compete with Celek for the #3 TE job, having played that role at Ohio St his first three years. He can also line up at ot on special teams giving the starters a break there too. And finally he can occasionally sneak into the end zone out of the jumbo package and offer Kaep a 6' 8" target. Harbaugh loves versatility, this has got to be his guy.

# 131 Ty Powell -- ILB/OLB -- Harding

A local kid from Seaside High and DeAnza JC. He played CB and S in HS and JC and moved to DE at Harding as he kept growing. He projects as an ILB with us whose experience in pass rushing and coverage will come in handy. He is an outstanding athlete who will star on special teams initially.

# 154 Zac Stacy -- RB -- Vanderbilt

Tough runner who can run inside the tackles or outside the end. Very good pass catcher too. His pass pro is pretty good too. Very quick and super strong. Would be the first Vandy RB ever drafted. 2nd Team All SEC. Would compete with and hopefully upgrade Dixon

# 173 Cooper Taylor -- SS - Richmond

Super sized SS (6' 4" 218) who was a Frosh All American at Georgia Tech. He transferred to Richmond after an injury and was an All American there. Was a star at the East West Shrine game. The best way to slow dow those big Seattle DBs? Start punishing their WR with a 6' 4" 228 lb safety who runs a 4.49! RSI 4.36.

# 180 Khalid Wooten -- CB/PR -- Nevada

Another CB/PR combination player. Wooten is 5' 11", a little shorter than the 49ers like but has 32 3/4" arms that make up for it and is a solid 208 lbs. He also has experience returning punts in bad weather n Reno, Boise, Colorado springs, etc. and yet averaged over 12 yds a return for his career.

#237 Jordan Rodgers -- QB -- Vanderbilt

Ohhhhhh the irony. 49ers get their #4 QB from the SEC where he led the perennial doormat Commodores to a 5-3 SEC record.

#246 Armonty Bryant -- DEOLB -- East Central (OK)

Pass rushing specialist in college will project to DEOLB in the pro game. can step in immediately as a rotational pass rush speialist and on special teams. Another possibility is Tourek Williams DEOLB FIU who would fill the same role.

# 252 Jaron Brown -- WR -- Clemson

Brown is the little known 3rd WR behind Hopkins and Watson and so his stats don't reflect what he is possible of contributing. He absolutely blew up his pro day with a 4.40/4.07/6.82 at 6' 2" 204. (EQ40 4.34, RSI 4.33). He has great hands and runs good routes.