San Francisco 49ers: 2019 NFL Draft primer with needs and 7-round mock

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 03: Defensive lineman Nick Bosa of Ohio State works out during day four of the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 3, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Niner Noise’s Final 7-Round Mock for San Francisco

No tricks here, unfortunately. Just for the sake of “no arguments,” we’ll use our trusty FanSpeak mock-draft tool and stay away from the multitude of trade possibilities, sticking only to the six picks San Francisco currently has.

And with that, the 49ers are on the clock in Round 1.

speculation the Cardinals pass on Kyler Murray. Quarterbacks are at a premium, which leaves the 49ers with the consensus No. 1 overall prospect in this year’s class, Nick Bosa. It’s a no-brainer selection." >
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Nick Bosa

EDGE,Ohio State

Don’t believe any speculation the Cardinals pass on Kyler Murray. Quarterbacks are at a premium, which leaves the 49ers with the consensus No. 1 overall prospect in this year’s class, Nick Bosa. It’s a no-brainer selection.
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A.J. Brown

Wide Receiver,Ole Miss

The 49ers haven’t had a 1,000-yard wide receiver since Anquan Boldin back in 2014. Ole Miss’ A.J. Brown is a savvy route runner and someone who can help with the red-zone offense in a big way. San Francisco has already met with him and should be intrigued a lot.
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Juan Thornhill

Safety,Virginia

The 49ers have a stopgap strategy at free safety, right now. But adding a true center-fielder to back up the last line of defense should be a high priority. Virginia’s Juan Thornhill could end up being a Round 2 pick, but he slips in this mock and winds up being a key defensive piece after competing for the starting job as a rookie.
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Josh Oliver

Tight End,San Jose State

It was a little surprising to see San Jose State’s Josh Oliver slip into Round 4, but the 49ers wouldn’t argue. They need a complementary piece to George Kittle and upgrade over No. 2 tight end Garrett Celek. Oliver fits the bill nicely.
Richard Sherman and finding some long-term competition for fellow corners Ahkello Witherspoon and Tarvarius Moore. At 6-foot-1 and 199 pounds, Alabama’s Saivion Smith is raw but has the natural body type for boundary duties in San Francisco’s Cover 3 scheme." >
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Saivion Smith

Cornerback,Alabama

The 49ers have to think about eventually replacing Richard Sherman and finding some long-term competition for fellow corners Ahkello Witherspoon and Tarvarius Moore. At 6-foot-1 and 199 pounds, Alabama’s Saivion Smith is raw but has the natural body type for boundary duties in San Francisco’s Cover 3 scheme.
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Ross Pierschbacher

Center,Alabama

The 49ers still need to find some depth along the offensive line, and Alabama’s Ross Pierschbacher is a nice fit here to close out the class. He’s versatile enough to play all three interior positions and is excellent in outside-zone blocking, which the Niners employ.

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