These are the players I think the 49ers will draft on Days 2 and 3 of the draft, given the players they drafted on Day 1.
Round 3, pick No. 66: Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida. The Niners have to take the best cornerback available with this pick or they’ll be stuck with Dontae Johnson in their starting lineup. Wilson is a big cornerback who allowed a completion percentage of less than 40 on passes thrown his direction in 2016.
Round 3, pick No. 67: DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame. I originally predicted the Niners would draft Kizer in the second round but it seems he may fall to the third round. I still believe he’s the quarterback Kyle Shanahan wants.
Round 4, pick No. 109: Tedric Thompson, FS, Colorado. The Niners need a starting-caliber safety in case Jimmie Ward doesn’t pan out at his new position. Thompson intercepted seven passes in 2016.
Round 4, pick No. 143. Jordan Leggett, TE, Clemson. A pass-catching tight end who will drop to the end of the fourth round because he’s a poor blocker.
Round 5, pick No. 146. Joe Williams, RB, Utah. The most explosive running back in the draft. Williams also has the skills to return kicks even though he didn’t return them in college.
Round 5, pick No. 161. Keion Adams, DE, Western Michigan. A former basketball player who has terrific “get off” and “bend” for an edge rusher, as draft experts say.
Round 6, pick No. 198. Brian Allen, CB, Utah. A 6’3″ cornerback who used to play wide receiver — similar to Richard Sherman.
Round 6, pick No. 202. Isaiah McKenzie, WR/PR, Georgia. One of the best punt returners in the draft. McKenzie also fits Shanahan’s physical profile for a small wide receiver (think Taylor Gabriel).
Round 7, pick No. 219. Corey Levin, OG, Chattanooga. A small-school guard who fits Shanahan’s outside-zone-blocking scheme.