Oct 30, 2011; San Francisco, CA, USA; San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke (left) talks with head coach Jim Harbaugh (right) before the game against the Cleveland Browns at Candlestick Park. San Francisco defeated Cleveland 20-10. Mandatory Credit: Jason O. Watson-USA TODAY Sports

2013 NFL Draft Poll: Do You Agree with the San Francisco 49ers’ First Round Decisions?


The 49ers were definitely active players in the first round of the draft on Thursday, trading up and selecting safety Eric Reid from LSU.

Here is the simple breakdown of what the 49ers did in the first round:

  • Traded 31st and 74th selections to the Dallas Cowboys for the 18th pick.
  • Selected safety Eric Reid at No. 18.

Do you agree with these moves? Should they have traded up? Answer the poll and comment.

Do you agree with the 49ers' decisions to trade up and select Eric Reid?

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  • loverpoint

    There was no need to trade up to get Reid or should I say a FREE SAFETY. Jonathan Cyprien who is ranked higher than Reid at FS is still on the board. At least Reid was not some wild unknown player that Baalke has picked out of his hat in the past. A higher valued DEFENSIVE LINEMAN Should have been drafted at #18. THe 49ers need to do what Minnesota did to get New Englands #29 pick, they need to bundle a bunch of picks and grab someone in the middle or lower round 2.

    Now the real pressure is on Baalke: Does he take a Ertz, Allen, Taylor, or Carradine ? If he bundles he could have 2 of them, and then use some more late round picks to get Margus Hunt at #61. So far Baalke has not shown good judgement.

  • RyansDad

    Packers will spoil their opening day anyway.