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Cincy Jungle Writer's mock draft: San Francisco 49ers on the clock

Who will the 49ers take here that can finally help them overcome the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC West and get back to the Super Bowl?

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The latest edition of the Cincy Jungle Writer's Mock Draft is here. Be sure to keep up with all of the picks in a out stream page.

Next up are the San Francisco 49ers. Who will they take here that can finally help them overcome the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC West and get back to the Super Bowl?

Mickey: 49ers take Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio State

Some believe that Roby could be the top corner in the draft. He has a ton of speed and is comfortable with a little space between his man and using that speed to close. He did give up many passes underneath, but this could have been because of the scheme in college.

The 49ers look to bring in some young talent at the corner position and with the skill that Roby has, he could be another piece to an already strong defense in San Fran.

Athony: 49ers take Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State

Even with the success of the 49ers under Jim Harbaugh in recent years, the 49ers have had inconsistencies in the passing game. Vernon Davis has always been a key cog, but injury woes have plagued Michael Crabtree and other drafted wideouts haven't worked out.

Anquan Boldin has been relatively effective, but his career is almost over. Cooks can play on the outside or in the slot and be very effective. He isn't the huge target that most peg the niners in the market for, but he will be a reliable receiving target for Colin Kaepernick.

Jason: 49ers take Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana

I believe the 49ers want to take Bradley Roby out of Ohio State, but adding his character concerns to a roster with too many players with that very issue, they opt instead to go for Indiana receiver Cody Latimer.

Latimer (6-3, 215 pounds) is a big, physical receiver who can model his game in the NFL after 49ers star Anquan Boldin.

He's caught 123 passes for 1,901 yards and 15 touchdowns over the past two seasons, and he immediately upgrades a thin and aging receiving corps.





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10 - Lions Justin Gilbert Justin Gilbert Justin Gilbert
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12 - Giants Aaron Donald Anthony Barr Aaron Donald
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15 - Steelers Kyle Fuller Darqueze Dennard Darqueze Dennard
16 - Cowboys Johnny Manziel Odell Backham Ha Ha Clinton Dix
17 - Ravens Marqise Lee Marqise Lee Zach Martin
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19. Dolphins Zack Martin Zack MArtin CJ Mosley
20. Cardinals CJ Mosley BROWNS TRADE: Teddy Bridgewater Taylor Lewan

21. Packers Jimmie Ward Kyle Fuller Jimmie Ward
22. Eagles Odell Beckham Xavier Su'a-Filo Odell Beckham
23. Chiefs Brandin Cooks Cyrus Kouandijo Marqise Lee
24. Bengals Darqueze Dennard Dee Ford Kony Ealy
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27. Saints Dee Ford Ryan Shazier Dee Ford
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