1st round: Matt Elam Safety, Florida. On my mock draft, he is the best player available and he fills a need
2nd round: Terron Armstead Offensive Tackle Arkansas Pine-Bluff. Fills our need at tackle, is a good value, and who other to announce our future at left tackle then Jonathan Ogden.
3rd round: Da'Rick Rogers, Receiver, Tennessee Tech. I think he can fill our void at Receiver and again seems like a great value.
4th round: Kwame Geathers Defensive Tackle, Georgia: I hope he is available and if he is he will be our DT for the future and maybe even right away.
4th round Comp : Ray-Ray Armstrong Strong Safety, McNeese State: My lone pick I'm sticking with since my latest mock draft. If he pans out, he is the biggest steal in the draft.
5th round:Sanders Commings Cornerback-Safety, Georgia: He can be depth at cornerback and safety for a while. He could possibly be the third cornerback in a couple years or be one of our safeties if Elam or Armstrong didn't pan out.
5th round Comp : Kevin Reddick Inside Linebacker, North Carolina: I think he's a good value in the 5th and we get more depth.
6th round 49ers : Mario Benavides Center, Louisville: This gives us to options for center. I'm not sure how Gino Gradkowski is doing and this just gives us two options for center and hopefully one will be good.
6th round: Zac Stacy, Running Back, Vanderbilt: This gives us a decent back up if we trade Bernard Pierce away mid-season. Did pretty good in college.
6th round Comp: Travis Long Outside Linebacker, Washington State: Decent value in the 6th round and is another pass rusher.
7th round: Elvis Fisher Offensive Tackle, Missouri: He's a good player if he can stay healthy and worth a shot in the 7th round.
7th round comp: Chris Gragg Tight End, Arkansas: Just like Elvis Fisher, he would be drafted higher if he didn't get injured. Worth the risk in the 7th round.
If you could rank my draft please do unless your giving me a bad grade.