I have a seven-round simulation draft scheduled last Friday. Then, the 49ers shocked the NFL draft by trading to No. 3. Today, we will simulate based on the following: I Will do it in every round. This time, there will be no transactions.
No. 3-QB Justin Fields (Justin Fields), St. Ohio
The quarterback I want to select is 1B in this draft. Fields is as tough as a nail, and when he played well against Clemson in the game back from a broken rib, he still showed a high level. He can also throw these perfect “moon balls” for more than 50 yards, while demonstrating ideal accuracy at the intermediate level in all areas of the court.
Fields is a special player who will take Niners offense to another level. His 4.4 speed is really luxurious, but the scenery in Fields̵
No.43-WR Elijah Moore, Ole Miss
Everyone wants to select the best player until there is no need. The 49ers hit Deebo Samuel in the second round. After replacing him in the 2020 draft, Brandon Eyuk hit him.
The addition of Moore gives the 49ers three multi-function receivers, and Fields is one of the best receivers in the NFL. Moore’s talent is undeniable:
Elijah Moore is one of the most skilled WRs I have ever seen. He has always performed well in tracking/capturing, and Moore will not be bothered by contact. He “stepped on DB’s toes/chasing his blind spot”, won from the inside out, created YAC, and sneaked #Quickly.
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Moore did practice during his career. He was second only to Lane Kiffin, lining up in the backcourt of the rebels, even though he only dribbled the ball 14 times.
Moore weighed 178 pounds at 5’9 inches and ran a 4.35 inch (40 yards) sprint with a 6.66 3-cone bit. As can be seen from the video above, he was only marked as a slot machine receiver, but won the victory outside the SEC.
According to the “Sports Information Solutions” report, last season Maier shot 43%, and he captured 98% of his catchable passes. Moore showed that he can win in controversial circumstances. He suits Niners very well.
After signing a free agent, the 49ers placed themselves in a position where they could get the best player. In this case it is Moore.
No. 102-CB Kelvin Joseph, Kentucky
Joseph is an interesting choice. In professional competitions, he is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 197 pounds. The LSU pass jumped 35 inches in the vertical direction, jumped 10 feet 8 inches in the long jump, and ran a 4.28 40-yard dash. You can add a grain of salt based on the data of these professional days. 49 people participated in the game, Joseph looked smooth and played very fast.
On the court, Joseph fits the position the Niners hoped for: he is confident, aggressive and physically strong. There was a drama in my mind, Kyle Pitts of Florida defeated Joseph on a route and then passed him on the way to the finish zone. To be fair, Peters did this to everyone this season.
Last season, Joseph achieved a 47% completion rate on 32 goals. He had 4 interceptions, but also gave up 3 touchdowns. Joseph can compete for the starting point, and if injured, he can slip into the lineup. Last season, Joseph shot 23% from the slot machine.
He is at his best when it comes to problem solving, able to break through breaks, ball handling skills and news reports.
Number 117-St. Joseph Ende Josh Kaindoh, Florida (Josh Kaindoh)
Kaindoh is one of the top high school players in the United States. He should have been the leader in FSU, but injuries slowed him down early in his career. The 49ers also participated in FSU’s career day, so they have a good understanding of Kaindoh.
Kaindoh, who is 6’5 inches tall, weighs 260 pounds, ran a 4.70 40-yard sprint, has 7.21 3-cones, a vertical 36.5 inches, and a 10-5 high jump, proving his athletic ability for the NFL:
Kaindoh is the “long, short and strong” striker that the 49ers dream of.
He took a good first step, but you won’t confuse Kaindoh with a high-speed collision. At this point in the draft, we bet on his talent, and injuries will no longer affect him. He missed three games with an ankle injury in 2019 and one game with a left knee injury in 2020, affecting Kaindoh for the rest of the year.
Do not. 155-AND Kendrick Green, Illinois
I have been betting on athletes, and Green may be the most explosive athlete in the class:
Illini participated in the regional planning competition, and Green had to show off his strength and athleticism. He is a defensive tackle converter who started his career as a defender and center. This type of versatility should go a long way in the NFL.
Green will embarrass defenders in running games, but there is still a lot of work to do in pass protection. At this point in the draft, this is to be expected. I bet that to make him speed up, if I can turn Green into a starter in a few years, it will be a victory for the team.
No. 172-Virginia Polytechnic Institute RB Khalil Herbert (RB Khalil Herbert)
Kyle Shanahan couldn’t resist himself because he chose one of the more explosive guards in the draft. Herbert ranks second among all draft-qualified guards, with more than 10 yards and more than 50 yards last season. In 2020, his average yardage per vehicle at Virginia Tech is 7.7 yards.
Herbert weighs 210 pounds and ran a 4.46/4.48 40-yard sprint with a 6.96 3-cone in the professional game. Herbert is a smart runner, showing patience and letting his obstacles do things for him. In the senior bowl game, Herbert performed well in pass protection training. He also has experience with skirting boards.
Do not. 180- WR Simi Fehoko, Stanford
If you think we finished the draft without Stanford players, you are kidding. Another wide receiver? Well, these 49 people are not completely stacked in this position. Fehoko is a 6-inch 4-inch 220-pound man. He ran a 40-yard sprint of 4.39 meters and 6.86 3-cones.
Fehoko has been “fiddling” or crushing defenders throughout the 2020 season. Shanahan will like it. Although Fehoko played fast, he couldn’t separate well, but he was a big winner and could win 50/50 goals. He will be Fields’ red zone target. His athletic ability will also stand out in special teams.
194-S Jamar Johnson, Indiana
Last season, Johnson’s goal was 18 times. He had 4 interceptions and 4 pass breakthroughs. When running the game, you need to turn your head. Johnson missed too many field tackles and took some terrible pursuit angles.
He may only see the passing field, you can use it to guard the slot machine receiver, or as a later security to drag deep interceptions. This is another special team choice, which is expected to develop into a subcontractor.
230-TE Kylen Granson of SMU
The 49ers should continue to sway in the tense situation on Day 3, as did Granson. Granson is 6 feet 1 inch (241 pounds) tall, runs 4.61/4.63 in professional competitions, and has a vertical height of 36.5 inches. This is the explosive target you are looking for. 7.05 The 3 cones let us know that Granson can also move.
When you watch Granson, he plays so fast that you won’t have any problems with beating linebackers in coverage. He has a steady attitude, is versatile, and works hard. Granson is not a good stopper, so pretending to be meaningless, but this is easy to fix. Just line him up in the slot or use him when passing the ball.