With Rounds 1 through 3 complete, the San Francisco 49ers now turn their attention to the final phases of the 2014 NFL draft.
For a complete breakdown of the 49ers' actions during the first two days of the draft, check out this author's detailed analysis.
Round 4, Pick No. 106 Overall: Keith McGill, CB, Utah
A corner like McGill is not going to be sitting around for long, so the 49ers pounce on this pick when they have the sixth pick in the round.
Having already added a potential slot corner in the first round with Jimmie Ward, San Francisco looks to add some bulk into the backfield. McGill provides that at a bargain rate.
Round 4, Pick No. 129 Overall: 49ers trade remaining fourth-round pick for future considerations.
Trent Baalke is at it again—he finds a team wanting to jump on some of the sleeper picks the 49ers have no use for.
San Francisco's roster has quickly filled up and there is more benefit from trading this pick than there is using it.
Round 5, Pick No. 150 Overall: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers
At 6'6" and 225 pounds, the 49ers look at Rutgers wideout Brandon Coleman as a potential solution to the team's red-zone problems.
Coleman is extremely raw, and there are reasons why his physical stature did not do enough to place him higher in the draft.
Rob Rang of CBS Sports compares him to Jon Baldwin, which would probably turn most 49ers fans' heads.
Round 5, Pick No. 170 Overall: Adrian Hubbard, OLB, Alabama
The 49ers have taken care of their need for an inside linebacker already by drafting Chris Borland from Wisconsin.
With Aldon Smith's suspension looming, adding an SEC defender is a nice stop-gap option behind likely replacements Corey Lemonier and Dan Skuta.
Hubbard gives San Francisco some added depth and perhaps offers some enticing possibilities on special teams.
Round 6, Pick No. 180 Overall: 49ers trade early sixth-round pick for future considerations.
With the fourth pick in Round 6, Baalke finds some team out there that is willing to trade up, either for later picks in subsequent rounds or low picks in 2015.
A number of teams still have a lot of pressing needs and one can bank that a few GMs are going to be desperate enough to try and land this early pick in the round.
Round 7, Pick No. 243 Overall: Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson
Rob Rang of CBS Sports compared Boyd to Seattle's Russell Wilson at one point and we all know how the 49ers are enamored with beating the Seahawks.
Head coach Jim Harbaugh looks to mold another young quarterback that was once a promising prospect. Given how far Boyd has fallen since his senior year at Clemson, the 49ers figure they can try and turn him into something worthwhile.
At worst, Boyd becomes another member on the growing list of 49ers' quarterback castoffs.
Round 7, Pick No. 245 Overall: LaDarius Perkins, RB, Mississippi State
With the final pick on the 49ers' board, Baalke attempts to signal the end of LaMichael James' tenure in San Francisco by drafting Mississippi State running back LaDarius Perkins.
At 5'7" and 195 pounds, Perkins has zero chance of ever becoming a part of San Francisco's ground game.
Yet he does possess return abilities—having averaged 21.1 yards per return at the collegiate level.
As always, be sure to stay tuned to this author's coverage and analysis of each 49ers pick in the 2014 NFL draft. Peter Panacy is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report, covering the San Francisco 49ers. Follow him@PeterMcShots on Twitter.