I'll do one with the trade in my 1st round mock and one without. 2 4ths and 2 5ths for comps.
Mock Draft 1 (without trade)
Round 1: Marqise Lee, WR, USC. I'm not a huge fan, but he is still a very good player and would fill our gaping hole at WR.
Round 2: Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame. Niklas would be a very good complement to Dennis Pitta at TE.
Round 3: Ja'Wuan James, OT, Tennessee. We get our RT who can start right away.
Round 4 Comp: Bryan Stork, C, Florida State. Another C candidate.
Round 4 Comp #2: Dion Bailey, S, USC. We need a FS and Bailey could do that for us.
Round 5 Comp #1: De'Anthony Thomas, HB/WR/KR, Oregon. Our Jacoby Jones replacement plus he gives us a very fast RB.
Round 5 Comp #2: Brent Urban, DE, Virginia. Great D-Line depth and possible starter later on.
Round 6: Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma. Colvin would be a great project pick. He's coming off a torn ACL and he would be worth the wait in the 6th.
Draft With Trade
We have Round 2 #4 instead of round 1 #17 + these extras: Round 2 #30, Round 4 #10, and Round 4 #30. But you know my mind. There might just be another trade.
Round 2 #4: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt. Matthews is a very good all-around WR who could really help our WR core.
Round 2 #17: Billy Turner, OT, North Dakota State. Turner would give us a very good RT who would be ready to start right away.
Round 2 #26: TRADE!! TRADE!! We trade #17 in the 3rd, #10 in the 4th, and #30 in the 4th, for the right to round 2 #26. Now here's the pick- Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame. We get our great blocking and good catching TE to complement Dennis Pitta, Torrey Smith, Marlon Brown, Jordan Matthews, and whoever else we end up taking.
Round 2 #30: Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State. This gives us a very good C to take over the job from the ineffective Gino Gradkowski.
Round 4 Comp #1: Andre Williams, HB, Boston College. This gives us a very powerful back and it would help if we could convert more 3rd and 1s.
Round 4 Comp #2: Dion Bailey, S, USC. This gives us our FS to go next to Matt Elam at SS.
Round 5 Comp #1: De'Anthony Thomas, RB/WR/KR. Same thing as above. And don't say we have too many RB's. For one, we always have room for talent. And for two, he can play WR. I wouldn't mind if he was even a watered down Tavon Austin.
Round 5 Comp #2: Brent Urban, DE, Virginia. Great depth at the D-Line and possibly a starter later on down the road.
Round 6: Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma. Colvin is a project and if he could return his old self, he'd be worth everything.
Note. I don't know when we get our B-Mac pick. If we have that this year, I want Pat O-Donnell, the Punter from Miami.
I personally love if we got that 2nd draft, but I'm not a GM. And on this matter. If anyone was wondering, I don't want Michael Sam. It's not anything to do with ideology. I just don't think he's very good.