Devon Torrence, CB, Ohio State
Torrence could likely go undrafted. He ran a remarkable 4.25 40 at the Combine and a sub seven second cone drill. He also played against top competition at Ohio State. He would at least add speed and depth to the defensive backs.
Darrin Walls, CB, Notre Dame
Another fast cornerback who ran a 4.47 40 and is versatile enough to switch to free safety and play special teams, including returning kicks.
Chris Prosinki, FS, Wyoming
A defensive back that ran two sub 4.45 40's and a sub seven his second time on the cone drill during Wyoming's pro day, he had a productive career at Wyoming.
Kenny Rowe, OLB, Oregon
A pass-rushing outside linebacker only, Kenny Rowe could be quite a catch as an undrafted free agent. He averaged about 2.5 sacks a game last year while playing for the highly respected Oregon Ducks. A bit undersized, he would still work well with Fangio's blitzing schemes.
Scott Tolzien, QB, Wisconsin
The most accurate passer in college last year who played in a pro- style offense could go undrafted...
Zane Taylor, C/G, Utah
Other mock drafts have Zane in them and I read up on him. He has been a very solid player for Utah, however he would more than likely be available in free agency. I think the 49ers should pick up a guard in free agency to bring experience to the offensive line. However, with Heitmann likely done, Baas moving over to center, and Chilo's poor play, Zane Taylor could be a capable o-lineman for the 49ers. If nothing else, he adds depth to the center and guard position.
Chase Beeler, C, Stanford
A Stanford product under new coach Jim Harbaugh, Chase Beeler would add depth to the offensive line while developing into a possible starter.
Dan Bailey, K, Oklahoma State
Joe Nedney is getting older and I refuse to spend a draft pick on a kicker.
Mario Fannin, RB, Auburn
A third down running back, Mario Fannin could help lighten the load for Frank Gore and Anthony Dixon.