Grading the Strength of Each Position Unit Heading into San Francisco 49ers Camp

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Grading the Strength of Each Position Unit Heading into San Francisco 49ers Camp
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Jim Harbaugh has brought a winning culture to San Francisco

In one short year, the San Francisco 49ers have transformed themselves into one of the top teams in the NFL. Head coach Jim Harbaugh and GM Trent Baalke are the driving force behind this transformation.

Harbaugh has stated many times that he wants competition at every position, and Baalke brought in the players to make Harbaugh's vision a reality. Unlike last year, the 49ers will have better depth and a deeper level of talent on this year's roster.

In 2011, due to the lockout, the 49ers lost several weeks of valuable practice time, as they needed to incorporate a new system on both sides of the ball. As we move towards the 2012 season, the 49ers will have the benefit of an entire offseason and training camp to master Harbaugh's complex systems.

Lets take a closer look at the strengths and weaknesses of each position group. I will provide a grade for each unit, based on the roster as it currently stands.

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