No. 4: Marquise Brown
Hailing from Oklahoma, Marquise Brown is smaller than Harmon, coming in at 5-foot-10, 168 pounds. While he lacks the size-and-weight combo of Harmon, Brown has nonetheless produced great numbers from his two years at college.
He has again combined for back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, recording 1,318 receiving yards from 75 receptions. He averaged 17.6 yards per reception and had 10 touchdowns to close out 2018.
Per The Draft Network:
"Marquise “Hollywood” Brown projects as a game-breaking speed receiver in the NFL. Brown has explosive speed and the ability to tear open secondaries in all levels of the field. Brown has tremendous quickness at the top of his routes and could be successfully implemented into many kinds of offenses, although his best usage would be as a Z-receiver in a vertical passing offense. High impact player."
Adding another high-speed receiver alongside Pettis would no doubt bolster the 49ers’ ability to get in the end zone. With the capability to separate from defenders a highly sort after skill, Brown would also be a valuable addition to the Niners’ wide receiver corps.