No. 5: Kelvin Harmon
Kelvin Harmon out of North Carolina State may just provide the size and strength the 49ers are looking for. Coming in at 6-foot-3 and 214 pounds, Harmon is capable of being a red-zone threat and also competing with defenders for the ball.
He has combined for back-to-back 1,000-plus yard seasons. 2018 saw Harmon with 1,186 receiving yards from 81 receptions and seven touchdowns. He recorded good production with an average of 14.6 yards per reception.
The Draft Network reported:
"Logging back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons, Harmon has been one of the ACC’s most productive receivers over the last two seasons. He is a true alpha with dominant play strength. His burst and play speed for his size is underrated. His blend of size, physicality, ball skills and fluidity make him and ideal fit as an x-receiver in any scheme. Harmon has the upside to be relied upon as a true No. 1 receiver that keeps the chains moving, hits big plays and thrives in the red zone."
Likely to be picked up on day two of the draft, Harmon provides great value should the 49ers decide he’s their man. With the Niners lacking a big receiving threat, he can help to fill that void.