San Francisco 49ers Seven Round Mock Draft

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Nov 17, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; San Francisco 49ers running back

Anthony Dixon

(not pictured) holds his helmet to the air prior to a game against the New Orleans Saints at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

It is almost here. The NFL Draft begins in 10 days and can be seen in prime-time. While nothing about the process of the draft will change, the big difference will be the venue. For the first time since 1965, the draft will be held outside of New York, and will instead be held in Chicago — which means that instead of the cheers and jeers of New York Jets’ fans, we’ll be treated to the cheers and jeers of Chicago Bears’ fans.

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The draft will have a change of scenery, but the San Francisco 49ers‘ game plan should not be any different than it has been in recent years.

General Manager, Trent Baalke, is one of the craftiest at his position in the NFL, as he has had more than ten draft picks in each of the previous two years. The wizardry of Baalke has bolstered the team’s depth now and in the future.

The 49ers’ 2014 season has been highly scrutinized, but what cannot be ignored is Baalke’s seemingly innate ability to bring the right draft picks in for the coaches.

The 2015 draft is almost here, and all of the speculation will soon be over. The experts have put their opinions in, and the rest will play out as it plays out. After the frenzy of activity in the free agent market, the 49ers need to capitalize with a solid draft.

Here is a full draft analysis for the 49ers’ nine total draft picks in seven rounds. All are subject to change, but this mock will be on those picks the team currently holds.

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