2012 NFL Draft: 5 Players San Francisco 49ers Would Be Idiotic to Pass Up

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2012 NFL Draft: 5 Players San Francisco 49ers Would Be Idiotic to Pass Up
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A shockingly amazing 2011 season showcased the talents already on the San Francisco 49ers roster, but there are still some players the team would be sorely mistaken to pass on in the 2012 NFL Draft.

At first glance, the area of need for coach Jim Harbaugh's team is the offensive line.

There are only two players on the line who have been in the league longer than two years: Jonathan Goodwin and Joe Staley.

While Mike Lupati and Anthony Davis played well last season, there's still a depth problem, especially considering that starting guard Adam Snyder left for the Cardinals this offseason.

The 49ers didn't sign any O-linemen this offseason, so the best way to add depth is to sustain the already-young linemen with more youthful bodies.

However, there isn't a glaring-enough hole that the 49ers will be forced to draft out of necessity.

The following are players San Francisco would be remiss to skip in the draft.

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