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San Francisco 49ers' 2013 Mock Draft Best-Case Scenario for All 7 Rounds
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A.J. Jenkins was the 49ers' first round draft pick in 2012. They need to do better this year.

The San Francisco 49ers and GM Trent Baalke have had a very active and productive offseason. There have been several acquisitions and departures that will give the 49ers a much different look in 2013.

Heading into the draft, the 49ers believe they have addressed the need for a No. 2 wide receiver, with the trade for Anquan Boldin. In addition, the deals for Colt McCoy, Nnamdi Asomugha, Craig Dahl, Glenn Dorsey, Dan Skuta, Marlon Moore and Phil Dawson have bolstered the 49ers' roster.

The 49ers lost several players to expensive free-agent contracts. Baalke opted not to pay the high salaries commanded by veterans Dashon Goldson, Delanie Walker, Isaac Sopoaga and Ricky Jean-Francois.

As the 49ers prepare for the draft, we could still see another deal or two. The 49ers have 13 selections. Look for Ballke to do some wheeling and dealing, as it's extremely doubtful the 49ers will stand pat with all  of those picks.

This is a very deep draft, and with five picks in the first three rounds, the 49ers should be able to land some impact-caliber talent. If the draft were to occur tomorrow, let's take a look at an ideal scenario for the 49ers.

All information pertaining to the NFL Scouting Combine is courtesy of www.nfl.com.

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