Mock Draft 1.0: 49ers strengthen defense in the first two elections

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Officially it is a demonstration season. The 49ers met several needs for free will. In this mock draft I am looking for players to help lift the team. I use Pro Football Network Draft Simulator. Let’s move on to the details and summarize the election results in my first draft draft.

The San Francisco 49ers were on the clock with a choice of № 61 and a chosen defensive end Arnold Ebiquette from Pennsylvania. Ebiquette finished the season with 9.5 sacks, two forced touches and 34 singles. The results of the Ebiketie plant and the pro-day were outrageous. On the combine, he was second in the vertical jump (38 “) and second in the wide jump (10’8”). On his professional day, the result was 4.65 in the 40-fold, 4.24 in the 20-yard shuttle and 6.95 in the three-cone drill. Ebiketie has power and active hands. His ability to beat and tear, and the edge screams Chris Kokurek. Its combination of power and speed will be the perfect addition to Nick Boss.

With a choice of № 93 choose 49ers Veron McKinley III from Oregon. 49ers need game security. Safety 5’11 “, 194 pounds ended the season with 44 singles, one forced touch, six deflections and six interceptions. McKinley is versatile. He had 19 shots on the line, 141 shots in the field, 506 shots in free safety, 129 jerks in a slot and 12 shots outside the game corner.Mackee Kinley has excellent instincts and reads very well in the eyes of a quarterback.He tends to throw his body when making selections.He sounds like young Jimmy Ward in my opinion.

With a choice of № 105 49ers selected Cole Strange, a guard from Chatanuga. There is no doubt that the 49ers need the best offensive liners. Strange is one of the best guards on the line, which corresponds to the scheme of zones. Its 6-foot-5-inch height weighs 307 pounds and has 33-inch arms and 10 1/8 inches. Strange ran 5.03 seconds 40, with a 1.76 ten-yard break, and finished sixth in training with three cones of 7.44. Strange could compete with Jalen Moore and Daniel Brunskill for the right guard position. He could also wear a red shirt in his first year and explore a central position at Alex Mack’s Pro Bowl Center.

With a choice of № 134 choose 49ers Tycuan Thorntan, wide receiver, Baylor. If you feel the need for speed, it’s a 6’2 “, 180-pound-wide receiver. Thornton ran the fastest time for wide receivers at 4.28 in the NFL. He finished the season with 62 receptions, 948 yards and ten touchdowns. Thornton reached 15.3 yards per catch.His most impressive statistic was a zero drop in 2021. He has fast cutting abilities and can line up in a slot.Thornton’s strength is his speed and he can take the lead from any defense. so many 4.3 corner defenders 49ers could take advantage of this deep threat and allow quarterback Trey Lance to stretch the field vertically.

With a choice of № 172 choose 49ers Marcus Jones, a corner back from Houston. Jones can be one of the most versatile players in football. His career has had nine comeback hits for touchdowns. In 2021, Jones made 36 singles, one forced touch, five interceptions and 13 pass deflections. It is lined up anywhere on the football field – in a slot, a corner, a fuse and a wide receiver (it has a landing). Jones can give 49ers a boost of energy if selected. He will give a boost to special teams and could become a starting point on the first day at the nickel position. Jones is recovering from surgery on both shoulders, so there’s little chance he’ll be available later in the draft.

With a choice of № 187 choose 49ers Jalen Weidermeier, Tight End, Texas A&M. Wydermyder is a pure pass catcher. His pro-day results were the worst of the tight ends. One can question his work ethic and character because he had the worst working day, but let’s not forget what was being filmed. Wiedermeier finished the season with 40 receptions, 515 yards, four touchdowns and averaged 12.9 yards per catch. On his professional day he ran 5.03, but on the football field he ran not so slowly. His poor testing could cause him to fall late in the draft and he could become a diamond in serious condition for the 49ers.

With a choice of № 220 choose 49ers D’Vonte Price, running back, Florida International. Price “Fast and Furious”. Its height is 6 feet 2, 215 pounds and it is the perfect combination of speed and impact. Price finished the season with 682 yards, six touchdowns and an average of 5.3 yards per carry. That sounds like Bobby Turner, sorry, Anthony Lynn is good Price put 4.38 on the combine and straightened out of the charts.The price can be a gem for special teams and be an option as a reverse goal line.

With a choice of № 221 choose 49ers Julius Turner, defensive selection from Rutgers. Turner finished the season with 18 singles, 2.5 sacks and one forced touch. Although its dimensions, 6’0 ‘275 pounds, seem tiny, it could provide depth of interior for 49ers. Don’t expect Turner to start, but expect him to compete.

With a choice of № 265 choose 49ers Luke Fortner, center, Kentucky. 6’5 “, the 307-pound center would fit perfectly with Kyle Shanahan’s zone scheme. led by the Alex Mack Professional Center.

I hope you enjoyed disassembling the first layout. I look forward to the draft 2.0 layout coming soon. It’s time to be aggressive on the day of the imitation of the call!

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