This is an updated mock draft now that the first round of the NFL draft has been completed.
In the first round the San Francisco 49ers picked Anthony Davis, an offensive tackle out of Rutgers, and Mike Iupati, an offensive guard out of the University of Idaho.
The Niners moved up two spots to obtain Davis, so they are now without a fourth or fifth round pick.
Cook earned a starting spot early in his career and should come in and make an immediate impact, which is what the Niners are looking for in a CB. He also has a big body, which the Niners have typically liked.
Cook earned a starting spot early in his career and should come in and make an immediate impact which is what the Niners are looking for in a CB. He also has a big body that the Niners have typically liked.
The Niners get another big body for their secondary. Lewis has good speed and coverage skills and would be a great complement to Dashon Goldson, who is an up in the box safety.
* Steelers trade up to 79 to take Brandon Spikes ahead of the Denver Broncos. 49ers obtain pick 151 (fifth round).
Geathers is 6'8" and 299 pounds and has the potential to help out the pass rush opposite Justin Smith. He is physically gifted but has never quite lived up to his potential and is worth gambling on in the fifth or sixth round.
A former walk-on at William & Mary, Tracy became a sack machine for the school. He recorded 10 sacks his junior season and 12 his senior season. Even at a lower level of competition, these stats are hard to ignore.
Michael Hoomanawanui is more of a blocking TE than a receiver, which is what the 49ers are looking for. The Niners have Vernon Davis; now they get an extra blocker for short yardage downs who is still a capable receiver.
Wolfe is UNLV's all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards. He is a reliable, Anquan Boldin-type WR. He is not the fastest or flashiest wide receiver, but he has good hands and will make the tough over the middle catches.
Wolfe would be a good addition to a team that had some of its receivers get alligator arms when anticipating a hit last year.