Re: the Niners having nothing at center, Daniel Kilgore was out most of the year recovering from an injury, but was very good pre-injury in 2014, and his return helped to stabilize the OL in 2015. He's not elite, but he's a solid starter. That said, both OG spots and one T spot are entirely up in the air.
My second Post-Super Bowl edition. Only one trade. I make picks using multiple big boards from different sites, and my own scouting. I try to fill needs as best as possible. This will change after the combine.
Summary: Bouldin is a tough one to figure out. On one hand, he has a nice all-around game with his shooting and passing abilities, good strength, and tremendous intelligence on the floor. On the other hand, he just lacks the ideal athleticism to be a real threat as an NBA two guard. I think he is a safe bet to be a second-round pick and could be a potential steal.
Player Comparison: Wesley Matthews. As a Marquette grad and die-hard fan, I think this one makes sense. Matthews went undrafted but found the ideal fit by working his way onto the Jazz roster and eventually into a starting role. I think Bouldin could follow that blueprint. Both players are intelligent, physical two guards, who can shoot the rock but lack the ideal quickness for the next level. Bouldin is a better ball-handler and could be a great steal just like Matthews has been for Utah.