1st round - (OLB) Alec Ogletree 6-3 236 lbs. Georgia: Olgetree would start at WLB and help supplement the pass rush as an OLB. He could also line up as a DE or nickel safety when we are in the bandit defense.
2nd round - (DT) Sylvester Williams 6-3 315 lbs. North Carolina: Williams would start at 3-tech DT. He also has the size and athleticism to back up Red Bryant at the 5-tech. He has the quickness to disrupt the backfield yet he still has the size that Coach Carroll likes. Williams is not a high motor guy and seems to give up on plays fairly quickly, but big Red Bryant’s leadership should hold Williams accountable.
3rd round - (CB) Blidi Wreh-Wilson 6-2 190 lbs. UConn: Blidi has the length that Coach Carroll likes in his CB’s. He has a lot of experience playing man press coverage. Blidi has the ability to come in and start as a boundary CB if either of starters were to go down to injury.
4th round - (DT) Omar Hunter 6-1 314 lbs. Florida: Hunter is good at stuffing the run, but provides very little as a pass rusher. He will give us quality depth at the 1-tech behind Mebane.
5th round - (WR/TE/FB) Mark Harrison 6-3 230 lbs. Rutgers: Harrison might be more of an athlete than football player, he supposedly runs a 4.38 40-yard dash. He is a WR for Rutgers and I think with his size and speed we could use him like the 49ers use Delanie Walker (TE/H-back/WR).
6th round – (OT/OG) Caylin Hauptmann 6-4 312 lbs. FIU: IMO a offensive lineman should be selected in every draft. Caylin can come in and be a swing o-lineman and maybe take over as the starter at RT in a year or two.
7th round – (WR) Vance McDonald 6-5 260 lbs. Rice: Big body WR that is worth taking a flyer on.