San Francisco 49ers Mock Draft Roundup 1.0
Throughout the year and leading up to the 2021 NFL draft, we will update our San Francisco 49ers Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the San Francisco 49ers from several prominent sites and draft analysts.
For a more inclusive lists of mock drafts for the San Francisco 49ers, check out our 2021 San Francisco 49ers Mock Draft Database.
The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the 49ers:
Pro Football Network - DiCecco (6/7)
31) San Francisco 49ers: Trey Smith, G/T Tennessee
Smith, who offers guard and tackle versatility, is selected with the intent of playing guard, where projected starter Daniel Brunskill will play the 2020 season on a one-year deal.
Fox Sports - McIntyre (6/7)
32. San Francisco 49ers -- Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
Still surprised the 49ers spent zero of their five picks in 2020 at a position that ultimately cost them the Super Bowl. The pass rush will be there, but the defensive backs matter more in a passing league.
Walter Football (5/19)
28. San Francisco 49ers: Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State
Linebacker is the weakness of the 49ers' terrific defense if Kwon Alexander can't stay healthy, so that could be addressed soon.
Looking like the next great linebacker to come out of Penn State, Micah Parsons has been very productive. That's not a surprise, as Parsons was a highly athletic five-star recruit.
CBS Sports - Edwards (5/12)
31. San Francisco 49ers: Josh Myers, C, Ohio State
Myers is a strong interior offensive lineman who plays with good leverage. He can fulfill a role at offensive guard or eventually take over at center.
CBS Sports - Trapasso (5/4)
31. San Francisco 49ers: Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson
Sure, Kyle Shanahan can scheme running back production. But why not give him a supreme talent at the position? Couldn't hurt, right?
PFF - Renner (4/30)
31. San Francisco 49ers -- IOL Wyatt Davis, Ohio State
Davis already caught our eye as a redshirt sophomore when he didn't allow a single sack or hit all season in his first year as a starter. While he likely would have been a Day 2 pick had he declared, he has all the physical tools to sneak into the first round with a big 2020.
San Diego Union Tribune (4/29)
30. San Francisco (9/1) -- Israel Mukuamu, CB, South Carolina
Richard Sherman would be the perfect mentor for this 6-foot-4 ballhawk who is equally capable at safety and corner.
SI - Hanson (4/27)
31. San Francisco 49ers: Trey Smith, IOL, Tennessee
Bouncing back from a health scare (blood clots in his lungs), Smith was a first-team All-SEC selection at left guard last year. One of the top overall prospects in the 2017 recruiting cycle, Smith has started 31 games and has inside-out versatility at both guard and tackle.
Bleacher Report - Miller (4/27)
31. San Francisco 49ers -- IOL Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
The 49ers offensive line will look very different in 2020 with Trent Williams replacing Joe Staley at left tackle, but one thing will remain constant--a need to get better at offensive guard.
For most of the 2019 season, Creed Humphrey was the top-rated center on my big board. The redshirt sophomore opted to return to Oklahoma for another season and has a chance to leave Norman with a locked-in Round 1 grade if he continues to show the mobility, poise and awareness that made him the best center in college football last year.
SB Nation - Kadar (4/27)
31. San Francisco 49ers: Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia
The 49ers have numerous free agent cornerbacks after this season and might want to target that position in the 2021 draft. Stokes was Georgia's leader in pass breakups last season with nine and was an All-SEC second team member.
The Athletic - Brugler (4/27)
30. San Francisco 49ers -- *Alijah Vera-Tucker, OT/G, USC
Whether he stays at guard or moves to left tackle to help replace Austin Jackson, Vera-Tucker is a very talented blocker who impressed scouts as a first-year starter last season. He is a flexible blocker with range and quickness.
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