1. Fletcher Cox Mississippi State DE/DT
This guy is athletic enough to play just about anywhere in the defensive line, collapse the pocket and get to the QB. I think he could be a double digit sack guy, from a combination of positions and techniques. Maybe then a guy like Misi can play DE/OLB and we don't need stellar production from him, as Wake and Cox are doing most of the damage. Merling's departure might hint towards this as a pick our FO likes too.
2. Reuben Randle LSU WR
The most underrated WR in the upper rounds and a great fit for the WCO. High character, hard working kid with lots of upside to go with good speed, sticky hands and great route running.
3a. Josh Robinson UCF CB or Dwight Bentley ULL CB
Robinson is a great value pick in the early third. If Robinson doesn't make it to here, my backup is Bentley. Either of these could thrive at nickel, compete with Smith for #2 CB and are both creeping up draft boards.
3b. Russell Wilson Wisconsin QB
If you have the balls to tailor your offense to this guy, you may just have the next Brees. He moved college to Wisconsin, learned the offense in a month, played behind a huge o-line, threw only 4 interceptions and 3 batted balls against a completion % in the 70s and scored 33 TDs, outplayed the other QB contenders against top opposition, demonstrated superb leadership and intangibles. Not bad for a little guy. He will reward the brave GM in spades. I think Tannehill could be a top 15 QB, but we already have one of those. Wilson just MIGHT be elite - a third rounder is a decent price to find out.
4. James Brown Troy OT/OG
Spread offense lineman with good athleticism, used to zone blocking. Not a big guy today but has the frame to bulk up.
5. Michael Egnew TE Missouri
Big athletic guy with decent pace, good hands, who isn't the shabbiest blocker either
6. Rishard Matthews Nevada WR
Injury before Combine hurt his position. Pro Day was a big success. 4.4 speed, good route runner. Made Kaepernick look good.
7. Terrance Ganaway Baylor FB
We're in the market and Ganaway was a beast for Baylor. 4.57 speed at 241 pounds. Ouch.