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DMB's In-Depth Mock Plan V3.0

Posted: 02/20/2013 8:49 PM

DMB's In-Depth Mock Plan V3.0 


Cuts - $11M in cap savings for 2013
  • Parys Haralson - OLB; $3M in savings
  • David Akers - K; $3M in savings
  • Jonathan Goodwin - C; $4M in savings
  • Demarcus Dobbs - DE/DT - $600K in savings

Resign/Extend - $8M total in salaries for 2013
  • Dashon Goldson - FS; 5 year, $37.5M
  • Tarvares Gooden - ILB; 2 year, $2M
  • Ricky Jean-Francois - NT/DE; 3 year, $9M
  • Justin Smith - DT/DE; 1 year extension, $4M in savings for 2013

Trade - $7.5M in cap savings for 2013
  • Alex Smith to Chiefs for 3rd round draft pick

Free Agency - $7M in salaries for 2013
  • Sammie Hill - NT/DE - Lions | 3 year, $8M | Strong pass rusher that takes on multiple offensive linemen. Perfect prospect to rotate at NT and DE.
  • Leodis McKelvin - CB/KR/PR - Bills | 2 year, $2M |Replaces Trumaine Brock on the roster. Better defender with KR/PR skills to utilize.
  • Domenik Hixon - WR - Giants | 1 year, $950K | Replaces Randy Moss on the roster. Very capable #3 WR that provides security for Manningham and Jenkins.
  • Antwan Barnes - DE/OLB - Chargers | 1 year, $950k | Natural pass rusher with a knack to get to the QB. He should thrive under Fangio's coaching.
  • Rex Grossman - QB - Redskins | 1 year, $950K | Well versed in the WCO system. Competes with Tolzien for the backup job.


NFL Draft -

R1: Datone Jones - DT/DE - UCLA
*Perfect blend of size and strength, Jones is a force that makes plays in the backfield. Jones will rotate with McDonald and Smith to learn the ropes and provide much needed relief.

R2: Jonathan Cyprien - FS/SS - FIU
*Smooth and fluid on the field with a pop factor as a tackler. Defends the pass much better than Donte Whitner, and has prototypical size.

R3: Da'Rick Rogers - WR - Tennessee Tech (via Chiefs)
*Elite talent, but significant off-field concerns results him falling in the draft. Explosive player with a physical frame to match up nicely against tough defenders.

R3: Gavin Escobar - TE - San Diego State (via Panthers)
*Tall TE with great hands and route running ability. Jimmy Graham type frame.

R3: Marcus Lattimore - RB - South Carolina
*Similar pick to Frank Gore back in 2005. The best part is Lattimore will be able to red-shirt his 1st year, if needed.

*Trade 4th, 5th, and 6th for Minnesota's (via Lions pick) 4th round pick*

R4: Kiko Alonso - ILB - Oregon (via Vikings f. Lions)
*With Grant not being resigned, Alonso will step in as a special teams ace with ability to play the ILB position in the 3-4 D. This is a significant upgrade in depth.

R4: Khaled Holmes - C/OG - USC (comp)
*Replaces the roster spot of Jonathan Goodwin on the roster.

R5: Dustin Hopkins - K - Florida State (via Colts)
*Our kicker of the future.

R6: Tanner Hawkinson - OT - Kansas (via Dolphins)
*Swing tackle to bolster the O-line depth.

R7: Michael Williams - TE - Alabama (via Bengals)
*Blocking TE that replaces Dobbs on the roster.

R7: Aaron Hester - CB - UCLA
*PS Candidate

R7: Brad Madison - DE/OLB - Missouri (comp)
*PS Candidate

R7: QB Prospect (comp)

Depth Chart:

QB: Kaepernick/Tolzien/Grossman*
RB: Gore/Hunter/James/Lattimore*
FB: Miller/Dixon
TE: Davis/Escobar*/Celek

WR: Crabtree/Jenkins
WR: Manningham/Hixon*
WR: Rogers*/Williams

LT: Staley/Hawkinson*
LG: Iupati/Kilgore
 C: Looney/Holmes*
RG: Boone
RT: Davis

LE: Smith/Jones*
NT: Jean-Francois/Hill*
RE: McDonald/Williams

OLB: Smith/Barnes*
ILB: Willis/Alonso*
ILB: Bowman/Gooden
OLB: Brooks/Fleming/Johnson

CB: Rogers/Culliver/Cox
CB: Brown/McKelvin*
FS: Goldson/Spillman
SS: Whitner/Cyprien*

ST: Hopkins*, Lee, Jennings

Roster Total:
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Posted: 02/20/2013 8:58 PM

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Love the lattimore pick, I did a mock earlier and overlooked him.
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Posted: 02/21/2013 7:23 AM

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Nice work, Love lattimore in the third.  Rogers is a stud, but off the field issues leave questionmarks. IMO much will depend on his interviews.  Four of your first five would be what I would do.  Rather have Jenkins than Jones but happy with either.  I don't see Delanie Walker anywhere in your palns, I figured since you have Escobar in your draft that Walker is leaving.  I like Schwenke in the third but if Walker leaves Escober makes sense.  Rounds 5-7, who knows?  But I do like Hopkins somewhere late.
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Posted: 02/21/2013 7:38 AM

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Pretty good.  I'm not crazy about our NT situation, with RJF competing with Sammie Hill for the starting position.  Both seem like really good backups/rotational players, but maybe not starters...idk, might work, might not.
The Rogers pick scares me a bit, I'd really hate to swing&miss on another WR two years in a row with a realitively high pick.  A Robert Woods, or Emory Blake later on, would be my preference.  A solid guy with talent, where you pretty know what you're gonna get.
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Posted: 02/22/2013 11:36 AM

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Like the off season moves, though I wish in this scenerio the team signed another NYG FA WR in Ramses Barden and also Victor Butler as a OLB/DE from the cowboys. As far as the picks, man I am a huge fan of Rogers and think that he would be another really great fit, but I just wonder if the team will take a chance on a player with red flags such as his. But he projects as a stud in the league and in the 3rd rd might be well worth the risk. Nice work DMBcool
dmbfan04 wrote: Cuts - $11M in cap savings for 2013
  • Parys Haralson - OLB; $3M in savings
  • David Akers - K; $3M in savings
  • Jonathan Goodwin - C; $4M in savings
  • Demarcus Dobbs - DE/DT - $600K in savings

Resign/Extend - $8M total in salaries for 2013
  • Dashon Goldson - FS; 5 year, $37.5M
  • Tarvares Gooden - ILB; 2 year, $2M
  • Ricky Jean-Francois - NT/DE; 3 year, $9M
  • Justin Smith - DT/DE; 1 year extension, $4M in savings for 2013

Trade - $7.5M in cap savings for 2013
  • Alex Smith to Chiefs for 3rd round draft pick

Free Agency - $7M in salaries for 2013
  • Sammie Hill - NT/DE - Lions | 3 year, $8M | Strong pass rusher that takes on multiple offensive linemen. Perfect prospect to rotate at NT and DE.
  • Leodis McKelvin - CB/KR/PR - Bills | 2 year, $2M |Replaces Trumaine Brock on the roster. Better defender with KR/PR skills to utilize.
  • Domenik Hixon - WR - Giants | 1 year, $950K | Replaces Randy Moss on the roster. Very capable #3 WR that provides security for Manningham and Jenkins.
  • Antwan Barnes - DE/OLB - Chargers | 1 year, $950k | Natural pass rusher with a knack to get to the QB. He should thrive under Fangio's coaching.
  • Rex Grossman - QB - Redskins | 1 year, $950K | Well versed in the WCO system. Competes with Tolzien for the backup job.


NFL Draft -

R1: Datone Jones - DT/DE - UCLA
*Perfect blend of size and strength, Jones is a force that makes plays in the backfield. Jones will rotate with McDonald and Smith to learn the ropes and provide much needed relief.

R2: Jonathan Cyprien - FS/SS - FIU
*Smooth and fluid on the field with a pop factor as a tackler. Defends the pass much better than Donte Whitner, and has prototypical size.

R3: Da'Rick Rogers - WR - Tennessee Tech (via Chiefs)
*Elite talent, but significant off-field concerns results him falling in the draft. Explosive player with a physical frame to match up nicely against tough defenders.

R3: Gavin Escobar - TE - San Diego State (via Panthers)
*Tall TE with great hands and route running ability. Jimmy Graham type frame.

R3: Marcus Lattimore - RB - South Carolina
*Similar pick to Frank Gore back in 2005. The best part is Lattimore will be able to red-shirt his 1st year, if needed.

*Trade 4th, 5th, and 6th for Minnesota's (via Lions pick) 4th round pick*

R4: Kiko Alonso - ILB - Oregon (via Vikings f. Lions)
*With Grant not being resigned, Alonso will step in as a special teams ace with ability to play the ILB position in the 3-4 D. This is a significant upgrade in depth.

R4: Khaled Holmes - C/OG - USC (comp)
*Replaces the roster spot of Jonathan Goodwin on the roster.

R5: Dustin Hopkins - K - Florida State (via Colts)
*Our kicker of the future.

R6: Tanner Hawkinson - OT - Kansas (via Dolphins)
*Swing tackle to bolster the O-line depth.

R7: Michael Williams - TE - Alabama (via Bengals)
*Blocking TE that replaces Dobbs on the roster.

R7: Aaron Hester - CB - UCLA
*PS Candidate

R7: Brad Madison - DE/OLB - Missouri (comp)
*PS Candidate

R7: QB Prospect (comp)

Depth Chart:

QB: Kaepernick/Tolzien/Grossman*
RB: Gore/Hunter/James/Lattimore*
FB: Miller/Dixon
TE: Davis/Escobar*/Celek

WR: Crabtree/Jenkins
WR: Manningham/Hixon*
WR: Rogers*/Williams

LT: Staley/Hawkinson*
LG: Iupati/Kilgore
 C: Looney/Holmes*
RG: Boone
RT: Davis

LE: Smith/Jones*
NT: Jean-Francois/Hill*
RE: McDonald/Williams

OLB: Smith/Barnes*
ILB: Willis/Alonso*
ILB: Bowman/Gooden
OLB: Brooks/Fleming/Johnson

CB: Rogers/Culliver/Cox
CB: Brown/McKelvin*
FS: Goldson/Spillman
SS: Whitner/Cyprien*

ST: Hopkins*, Lee, Jennings

Roster Total:
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Posted: 02/22/2013 5:35 PM

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One of the best drafts ive seen, love the first 5 rounds, many areas addressed, several of the later round people im not familiar with. Well done
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Posted: 02/22/2013 8:46 PM

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nice work. but a couple of things jump out at me:

i love lattimore but to me he is not going to play in 2013-14 or not much. so he would be a PS candidate especially with our depth too. i love the kid and hear he's healing well and ahead of schedule. but i have a hard time seeing us spend a 3rd rounder on him considering he would not likely see the field in year one and probably struggle to get much playing time in year two either.

i like the domenic hixon signing. a lot. but i think that amount is unlikely. he'll get a couple of years and probably a couple of million IMO. less than a million for a quality WR like him seems too cheap. or maybe i'm unaware of the pricetag for WRs of his ability. if i could get him for that price i'd do a backflip and probably not draft a WR in the 3rd.

love dustin hopkins as our kicker of the future. we need to jump on him.

i know you have us signing mckelvin, but with all those picks i find it hard to believe we won't draft a CB somewhere earlier than round 7. even if it's just to add competition and see what a young kid could do.

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Posted: 02/22/2013 10:01 PM

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higherwarrior wrote: i love lattimore but to me he is not going to play in 2013-14 or not much. so he would be a PS candidate especially with our depth too. i love the kid and hear he's healing well and ahead of schedule. but i have a hard time seeing us spend a 3rd rounder on him considering he would not likely see the field in year one and probably struggle to get much playing time in year two either. 

The 49ers used a second round pick on LaMichael James and he probably wouldn't have seen the field in any meaningful way had Kendall Hunter not been injured. Even AJ Jenkins was probably not expected to be a significant contributor (though probably more than zero catches). Really, the 49ers made a lot of picks in 2012 that didn't seem aimed at significantly improving the 2012 team. I think if you have a chance to land a real impact talent in the third round at a cost of not getting anything out of him in the first season, it's a worthwhile gamble to make. Lattimore probably would have gone in the top half of the first round with no injuries, just based on talent.

It's a risk, but a justifiable one in the third round, IMO.
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Posted: 02/23/2013 2:58 PM

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Overall I like your plan, I just want to mention three things.

#1 I'm not sure about cutting Goodwin and Haralson. I would let Solari and Fangio have the main input on these decisions. They are both going into the last year of their deals and could be useful players for us. If Kilgore or Looney is clearly better than Goodwin, then it makes sense to save money, but I don't know if one of them is better at this point. Haralson is healthy and in a contract year, that should be enough motivation for next season. Again, I would want to know what Fangio thinks.

#2 I think you need to put more emphasis on finding a replacement NT, assuming Sop leaves. I would love to see us draft Jenkins if he's available in the 1st round. I don't see Hill and RJF as an ideal NT tandem next year. Jenkins looks like he would be a perfect fit for our defense. That doesn't mean I don't like Jones though.

#3 I think you should look to grab a CB much earlier than round 7. I like picking up McKelvin, but I think his impact would be mainly on special teams. He's not a shut down corner. Now if we could somehow trade for Revis, well that would take care of thatcool

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Posted: 02/23/2013 5:39 PM

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fair point. but what in 2014? i still see gore as our feature RB and hunter and james very much playing meaningful roles. can he sit for 2 years?

i'm not totally against the idea as i think he's an awesome RB (if healthy) but i have some concerns/questions about how we'd make this work.

anyway i loved lamichael james as our pick last year (although i envisioned him being used more earlier on, particular on ST) and we really didn't 'need' him either. he was too good a value to pass on and it's possible lattimore could fall into that same category as you point out. noidea
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higherwarrior wrote: i love lattimore but to me he is not going to play in 2013-14 or not much. so he would be a PS candidate especially with our depth too. i love the kid and hear he's healing well and ahead of schedule. but i have a hard time seeing us spend a 3rd rounder on him considering he would not likely see the field in year one and probably struggle to get much playing time in year two either. 

The 49ers used a second round pick on LaMichael James and he probably wouldn't have seen the field in any meaningful way had Kendall Hunter not been injured. Even AJ Jenkins was probably not expected to be a significant contributor (though probably more than zero catches). Really, the 49ers made a lot of picks in 2012 that didn't seem aimed at significantly improving the 2012 team. I think if you have a chance to land a real impact talent in the third round at a cost of not getting anything out of him in the first season, it's a worthwhile gamble to make. Lattimore probably would have gone in the top half of the first round with no injuries, just based on talent.

It's a risk, but a justifiable one in the third round, IMO.

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Posted: 02/23/2013 5:40 PM

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This seems like a pretty solid off-season, if it could be achieved.

An alternative to Da'Rick Rogers that I like as a wide receiver in the third round is Robert Woods, from USC. Bucky Brooks (a former NFL scout) did some prospect-to-NFL-player comparisons, in his NFL.com column. This is what he had for Robert Woods:


Robert Woods, WR, USC
NFL comparison: Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts

Woods seemingly became an afterthought in the USC offense after Marqise Lee's emergence as one of the top playmakers in college football. But astute NFL scouts see Woods as a polished receiver with all of the traits to be an effective starter as a pro. He is a gifted pass catcher with exceptional hands and ball skills. Woods snatches the ball out of the air cleanly, rarely flinching while making catches with defenders in close proximity. Additionally, Woods is a deft route runner with an innate feel for setting up defenders with various stems and tempos. He understands how to get open against any coverage -- this quality will make him a favorite of play callers and quarterbacks across the NFL. While some scouts will question Woods' top-end speed, I believe his polished game will eventually make him a Pro Bowler.


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Definitely an optimistic comp, I'd obviously take it. I think a Wayne-like upside is possible and that seems like a good chance to take in the third round.
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Posted: 02/23/2013 5:57 PM

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higherwarrior wrote: fair point. but what in 2014? i still see gore as our feature RB and hunter and james very much playing meaningful roles. can he sit for 2 years?

i'm not totally against the idea as i think he's an awesome RB (if healthy) but i have some concerns/questions about how we'd make this work.

anyway i loved lamichael james as our pick last year (although i envisioned him being used more earlier on, particular on ST) and we really didn't 'need' him either. he was too good a value to pass on and it's possible lattimore could fall into that same category as you point out. noidea
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higherwarrior wrote: i love lattimore but to me he is not going to play in 2013-14 or not much. so he would be a PS candidate especially with our depth too. i love the kid and hear he's healing well and ahead of schedule. but i have a hard time seeing us spend a 3rd rounder on him considering he would not likely see the field in year one and probably struggle to get much playing time in year two either. 

The 49ers used a second round pick on LaMichael James and he probably wouldn't have seen the field in any meaningful way had Kendall Hunter not been injured. Even AJ Jenkins was probably not expected to be a significant contributor (though probably more than zero catches). Really, the 49ers made a lot of picks in 2012 that didn't seem aimed at significantly improving the 2012 team. I think if you have a chance to land a real impact talent in the third round at a cost of not getting anything out of him in the first season, it's a worthwhile gamble to make. Lattimore probably would have gone in the top half of the first round with no injuries, just based on talent.

It's a risk, but a justifiable one in the third round, IMO.
Can't see Gore shouldering a load like he did this year in 2014, at 31 years old his most productive years will be behind him. I would look for Gore to shoulder most of the load in 2013 with Hunter and James getting progressively more touches.  Drafting Lattimore and sitting him  for 2013 is playing with house money.  if he were healthy for this year's draft he is the first RB taken.  IMO taking him in the third is a no brainer, he has no pressure to perform immediately and nothing will be asked from him in 2013 other than getting healthy and strong.   Provided they are convinced of his rehab and health going forward, third round seems like a bargain.

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Posted: 02/23/2013 6:38 PM

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higherwarrior wrote: fair point. but what in 2014? i still see gore as our feature RB and hunter and james very much playing meaningful roles. can he sit for 2 years?

i'm not totally against the idea as i think he's an awesome RB (if healthy) but i have some concerns/questions about how we'd make this work.

anyway i loved lamichael james as our pick last year (although i envisioned him being used more earlier on, particular on ST) and we really didn't 'need' him either. he was too good a value to pass on and it's possible lattimore could fall into that same category as you point out. noidea

I'm not certain about Hunter. I don't think (though I could be wrong) that there have been many cases of athletes rupturing their Achilles tendon (as opposed to ACL/MCL injuries) and returning at full strength. I think he has to, unfortunately, be considered high-risk in terms of chance of being a high quality back until he can prove he's still got the physical abilities he did before.

Ultimately, I do think that Lattimore might represent too good a value to pass on. If Hunter doesn't return at full strength, the 49ers don't necessarily have someone to take over the load from Gore when he moves on (again unfortunately, I find it hard to imagine him being re-signed when his contract expires following 2014...the 49ers have too many key players hitting free agency that off-season to be able to make re-signing a running back on the wrong side of 30 a priority). I like James' talent, but I don't think he'll be a guy you can run 15-20 times a game. I envision him being more of the 49ers' Darren Sproles.

I think the 49ers would do well to have another talented back in the stable going forward. If Hunter does return at full speed, then in 2014, the 49ers have a pretty full running back rotation, I'll grant. But after 2014...well, maybe you don't re-sign Gore or Hunter. Again, I hate parting ways with guys I've liked and rooted for, but with Kaepernick, Iupati, Aldon Smith, Anthony Davis, Crabtree, Culliver, Gore and Hunter all looming as free agents that off-season (wow, what a class), something's gotta give and if Lattimore and James are producing cheaply, being able to let Gore and Hunter go would help financially.

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Posted: 02/23/2013 7:05 PM

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I don't think they will bring in another injured RB.  Most likely they will pick a bigger back later in the draft (Notre Dame's Cierre Wood is interesting). On offense you gotta focus on a big WR (trade up for Keenan Allen or Cordarrelle Patterson or take a chance on Da'Rick Rogers), and getting a Center (Cal's Schewnke).  If Alex is traded they you also need someone who can push Tolzien for the #2 spot (Arizona's Matt Scott could be Kaepernick light).
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Posted: 02/23/2013 8:02 PM

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i think taking a bigger WR is a good possibility. but i would not be shocked if we took an undersized burner either. i think d-line is the first priority and probably 1st round pick. but who knows what our board looks like? there is good depth at DL and somewhat at WR too so it wouldn't shock me if we manuevered up the board to get a couple of early picks and a shot at some of the 'late first-early 2nd' round talent.

to me tavon austin is a somewhat smaller steve smith. (of the panthers variety) everyone said he was too small to be a top WR and he's had a decent career, wouldn't you say?

i'm not sure austin is quite that but he has similar size and better speed. like smith he's very strong for his size and durable to this point. so i would think a guy like him could find a role for us- he can return kicks and punts, he could be a deadly slot receiver, a deep threat, and even a guy who could be utilized from the backfield in option plays.

i'm hoping williams and manningham will be back and very near 100% and jenkins will improve to where he can contribute a bit. so our WR corps will be deep if all goes well and we still may draft another WR fairly early on. there are a number of really intriguing #2-3 type WRs in this class that i'd love to see land with us. the tennessee kids are very interesting and i can't wait to see how they all run tomorrow.

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Posted: 02/23/2013 9:13 PM

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I still like Robert Woods in the third round (though he may climb to the second round, potentially, which would be too high for me). I also wouldn't mind taking a shot on Da'Rick Rogers.

I'm not a huge fan of undersized wide receivers, but if someone like Austin drops to the point that he's too good a value to pass up, then you have to take him. Obviously Steve Smith or DeSean Jackson prove that smaller guys can be big play downfield receivers. And Percy Harvin and Randall Cobb show the value of smaller, multi-purpose threats. So I definitely don't discount that a smaller receiver could be a nice addition. I'm hoping, though, that AJ Jenkins can be the "undersized burner" and I'd like to have a big, athletic receiver who can be a major red zone threat, especially in the end zone.

Granted, Woods isn't a "big" receiver (or undersized)...he'd be more in the Crabtree mold, a guy with great hands, who can run excellent routes and make plays after the catch. Big, athletic receivers with speed are hard to come by...trading up for Allen or Patterson, or taking a risk with Rogers, are the three chances for such a receiver, IMO. Short of one those three, I feel like Woods would be the best shot at a high-level receiver (but, again, I think the third round is the ideal place to get him).

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Posted: 02/24/2013 10:20 AM

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austin knocked out 14 reps in the bench press which is actually pretty impressive IMO for a kid with fairly long arms and a slight 174 lbs.

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Posted: 02/27/2013 4:36 PM

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Even if he's on the practice squad, just say no to Aaron Hester.
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