This is the pick from Detroit for the aforementioned Eli Harold trade.
Tae Crowder is a productive player for the Bulldogs who could be a potential steal in the last round. In his first season as a start for Georgia, he had 53 tackles with six for a loss, 1.5 sacks, two interceptions, three pass deflections and a forced fumble.
In 2019, Crowder has 17 tackles with two for a loss. He doesn’t provide much in the way of pass-rushing ability, but the 49ers prefer to use only their defensive line for the most part anyway. He could be a high-upside backup who could be relied on to start occasionally if needed.
One more pick for the offensive line. You can never have too many blockers on the roster.
Tommy Kraemer was moved to guard after formerly being at right tackle. He’s a borderline draftable prospect, but being a starting guard at a good program should see him be considered in the seventh round.
Kraemer does have some problems blocking too high at times, but you don’t get perfect prospects in the seventh round. He could be developed into a solid backup and be a solid finish to the draft for San Francisco.