San Francisco 49ers Final Draft Report Card

Both DT Kentwan Balmer and guard Chilo Rachal, the clubs' first and second selections, are future stars, while DS Reggie Smith (not top speed) and WR Josh Morgan (big, fast, but unpolished) are future starters with good skill sets. Offensive center Cody Wallace is just a tough over achiever.

San Francisco 49ers Grade -B- NO RD Name Pos School HT WT 40 Grade
10 1 Crabtree, Michael WR Texas Tech 6013v 215v 4.45e 1.112
74 3 Coffee, Glen RB Alabama 6003v 209v 4.58v 1.395
146 5 McKillop, Scott IB Pittsburgh 6007v 244v 4.74v 1.470
171 5 Davis, Nate QB Ball St 6013v 226v 4.98v 1.632
183 6 Pascoe, McKenna TE Fresno St 6051v 251v 4.97v 1.561
219 7 Taylor, Curtis DS LSU 6022v 209v 4.64v 1.800
244 7 Jean-Francois, Ricky DT LSU 6025v 295v 5.21v 1.260

In Michael Crabtree, the 49ers drafted the top receiving prospect since Randy Moss with the 10th pick in the draft. Glen Coffee, Scott McKillop and Bear Pascoe were all sound selection and although I like Nate Davis' skill set, I'm concerned about his ability to process information quickly. Ricky Jean Francois, has played in literally a handful of games over the past two season's (academics / injury), but when he's on his game (last year's SEC & National championship), he is absolutely very special. He has the ability to literally take over a game and is without question, a seventh round steal.

FRANCHISE PICK: Michael Crabtree
QUICKEST TO START: Michael Crabtree
FASTEST TO PRO BOWL: Michael Crabtree
BEST IN 3 YEARS: Michael Crabtree
UNDERRATED: Ricky Jean-Francois
PROJECT: Ricky Jean-Francois
BEST COLLEGE F.A.: Kory Sheets (RB)
HUH?: Nate Davis

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