And just like that, the 2013 NFL draft is in the books.
The San Francisco 49ers had a tremendous haul, assertively addressing the defensive side of the football.
With three of their first four picks in 2013, GM Trent Baalke pulled the trigger on high-profile defensive prospects, adding Eric Reid (LSU), Tank Carradine (Florida St.) and Corey Lemonier (Auburn).
San Francisco also had a chance to add some offensive talent in wide receiver Quinton Patton of Louisiana Tech and running back Marcus Lattimore of South Carolina (via Associated Press h/t Yahoo Sports). These are two potential role players that had much higher grades than their draft slot would indicate.
Overall, it was another strong April for the one-time NFL Executive of the Year.
Though, shortly after the final selection, a lot of good undrafted players started flying off the shelves rather quickly.
The 49ers were not unprepared, acquiring the No. 1 target on their post-draft wish list in Olympian Lawrence Okoye.
But is there even more the 49ers can do to get better?
Head through the following slides for post-draft options the San Francisco 49ers can explore in 2013.