2016 NFL Draft: Way Too Early Mock for San Francisco 49ers, Version 1.0A

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Nov 21, 2015; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators tight end Jake McGee (83) scores the game winning touchdown during overtime against the Florida Atlantic Owls at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Florida Gators defeated the Florida Atlantic Owls 20-14. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Round 6: Pick from Dallas Cowboys, Pick from Denver Broncos, Two Compensatory Picks (Chris Culliver and Frank Gore)

Needs: Defensive Line, Wide Receiver, Running Back, Kicker

Alright, so we’ve reached the stage of the draft where nobody has any clue what will happen. So, rather than “this guy stinks” or “that guy is better,” here are more of the needs in the final round in which the 49ers are slated to select (zero picks in Round 7).

Nose tackle Ian Williams is poised to be a free agent, although fellow D-lineman Mike Purcell has been a nice story in limited action this season. Still, look for the 49ers to continue adding D-line depth.

Temple DT Matt Ioannidis could be a solid option here.

The 49ers could also consider adding another running back to the mix in order to take the weight off No. 1 back Carlos Hyde. West Virginia’s Rushel Shell — who has a cool first name for the position — is a similar bruising-style back likely available in Round 6.

And with 40-year-old Phil Dawson getting up there in age, will general manager Trent Baalke throw another late-round pick at a specialist?

Florida tight end Jake McGee would also be worth a late-round flier. The Gators offense seems to like using McGee in red-zone situations as his four touchdowns this year would suggest. And it’s hard to overlook his 6’6″, 249-pound stature.

So there you have it: a mock draft focusing on what could happen should the 49ers go with a quarterback in Round 1.

Again, so much of this will change pending free agency, re-signings, personnel changes and the like. Draft order is a factor too.

Stay tuned as Niners Nation throws out another mock in the coming days. Version 1.0B won’t have San Francisco looking at a signal-caller in Round 1.

And that changes almost everything.

Next: Way Too Early Look at 49ers' 2016 Depth Chart

All statistics, records and accolades courtesy of Pro-Football-Reference.com and Sports-Reference.com unless otherwise indicated. Supplementary draft information courtesy of CBS Sports.