Charone Peake would be a huge reach hear for the 49ers. Mark my words Garnett is going to be day 1 starter for the 49ers and a good one. You and everyone are going to look like idiots when it comes to your grade with this pick.
@pcich You are right about totally right about the Zeke Elliott I would grade their pick as a B, he is going to be a stud. As most 49ers fans feel Garnett, he is stud and going to be a ten year starter. Seattle at met with him during the pre draft process and had to be looking at him especially when they traded down to 31. He was rated in quite few mocks in 35-50 range. I don't its a stretch at all. As usual Walt has no clue to what he is talking about. I mean he gave Keanu Neal a C- grade and he was a huge reach for the Falcons. Also Walt's extreme bias against the 49ers comes into play. I think Jed York and Walt went to school together and Jed beat up Walt and stole his lunch money.
2009 NFL Draft Prospects: <br> Sen'Derrick Marks Profile
Strengths: Possesses compact strength and muscular thighs ... Extremely athletic ... Great short area quickness; displays a nice burst off the snap ... Nice technique; stays low ... Wide array of pass rush moves (rip, swim, bull, etc.) ... Grades out well on his long chase (run to sideline and make tackle); solid range ... Tough ... Shows upside in one-gap schemes ...High motor ... Instinctive ... Big time leader.
Weaknesses: Does not have a lot of mass and is going to struggle against bigger linemen ... Room to put on more bulk without losing quickness? ... Sometimes manhandled against the run; gets locked in and can't disengage ... Needs to improve hand placement ... Not versatile; only a 3-technique or situational pass rusher ... Disappears occasionally ... Comes with durability concerns.
Summary: Marks has your typical skill set of a highly athletic, smaller defensive tackle who is only going to play 3-technique in the pros, usually in the Tampa 2 defense. Auburn asked him to play defensive end in his first two seasons, but wasn't the monster statistically I thought he could have been. He is likely going to come off the board in the second or third rounds.
Player Comparison: Jonathan Babineaux. Babineaux was a highly productive player for the Falcons this year, excelling in the one-gap and breaking up plays in the backfield, but he is a huge liability against the run.