Category Archives: 2010 draft
My eyes are bloodshot. My skin is sallow. I can see visions of Navorro Bowman when the lights dim. Yes, I just got out of the inaugural Trent Baalke Film Festival, 80 minutes of nonstop football action, rewind, nonstop football action, rewind, nonstop football action. Here’s the rundown.
Did the 49ers tell Iowa’s Bryan Bulaga they were going to draft him before they traded up to snag another offensive tackle, Anthony Davis? That’s what it says in this Green Bay Press Gazette story. The assertion is unattributed, but … Continue reading
Director of player personnel Trent Baalke will offer a guided film session for the media tomorrow afternoon in Santa Clara. He’ll be dimming the lights and breaking down the 49ers’ draft picks, showing us what convinced the team to take … Continue reading
Takeo Spikes, the 49ers linebacker, likes what his team did over the three-day draft, with one exception: He was sort of hoping the Niners would select his cousin, Florida linebacker Brandon Spikes.
Here are the comments of NFLDraftScout.com’s Rob Rang on the 49ers’ late-round draft choices of 2010.
Here are the comments of NFLDraftScout.com’s Rob Rang on the 49ers’ second- and third-round draft choices of 2010.
Here are the comments of NFLDraftScout.com’s Rob Rang on the 49ers’ first-round draft choices of 2010, Anthony Davis and Mike Iupati.
Before we let go of the draft completely, I wanted to solicit the opinion of a legitimate draft-watcher. Rob Rang, head evaluator for NFLDraftScout.com, is a guy I’ve relied on in the past for honest, insightful analysis. I talked to Rob today and checked off his opinions of the 49ers’ maneuvers.
Here’s a nice piece of work by the Niners Nation blog, which contacted another blogger who covers Rutgers football and which now appears on, uh, my blog. (Mind-bloggling, isn’t it?) Anyway, the Rutgers guy presents a mixed view of first-round … Continue reading
The first Trent Baalke-Mike Singletary draft is complete with the 49ers selecting eight players during the three-day session. Yes, we write that it was a Baalke-Singletary draft . . . because that’s exactly what it was.
The 49ers’ final draft pick of the day was cornerback Philip Adams, a 5-10, 192-pounder from South Carolina State. The pick was in the seventh round, the No. 224 overall pick.
The 49ers picked up wide receiver Kyle Williams of Arizona State with the club’s final sixth-round pick, No. 206 overall.
The 49ers came back with their second pick in the sixth round to select tight end Nate Byham of Pitt. He’s 6-4, 265 pounds and considered a blocking specialist.