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Pick: Kelvin Benjamin (WR), Jason Verrett (CB)
Wait, what? Jason Verrett was just considered a worst-case scenario for the 49ers.
Again, like Cooks, Verrett would be a perfect Day 2 selection for the 49ers or any team for that matter. Verrett's height limits his role, but as a slot corner, he would be an impact player in the secondary.
Verrett is a very physical corner who can keep up with the quick and shifty slot receivers at the next level. He does have some durability concerns, but for a second-round selection, Verrett would be an absolute steal.
I can't imagine Verrett falling out of the first round, but if he does, the 49ers could be in position to make a move up in the second round. Remember, they have two, albeit late, second-round selections in the 2014 draft.
Kelvin Benjamin is also another name to watch.
Early in the draft process, all the talk surrounded Evans, Watkins and Benjamin. Now, with the emergence of some other receivers like Cooks and Odell Beckham Jr., Benjamin's name tends to get lost in the shuffle.
At 6'5'', Benjamin may have the biggest upside of any receiver coming out. Of course, this usually means you're getting a raw prospect in return; however, if Benjamin reaches his potential, we could see the next big thing at receiver.
As a second-round selection, Benjamin would be a slam-dunk pick.