LOL@BCE - The only thing I copy and paste is my work from my .txt file. Look at my some of my previous threads in the forum and I show how I make my calculations and even posted the syntax queries I used to find my trends. Keep trying though!
It appears as though Colin Kaepernick's time in San Francisco is done, as the pizza delivery guy coaching the team has decided to bench him in favor of Blaine Gabbert. San Francisco will almost certainly release Kaepernick this offseason - unless they're forced to keep him because of the injury - so unless Gabbert has an amazing finish, they'll target one of the top-10 quarterbacks available in this class. Jared Goff can be the leader of a team that, according to Trent Dilfer, has a roster to die for.
Some teams have concerns about the offense in which Goff plays in, but his pocket awareness and movement, as well as his intelligence have stood out. Things could change - and knowing how fluid the draft process is, they probably will - but Goff appears to be the No. 2 quarterback prospect right now.
Rd. 2, Pk. 5
Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas
The 49ers just dealt Vernon Davis, so they'll be looking to replace him at some point during the offseason. They'll need to find better weapons for their new quarterback.
Rd. 3, Pk. 4
Devontae Booker, RB, Utah
The 49ers accidentally released Jarryd Hayne, and they paid for it when Reggie Bush predictably suffered an injury upon being named the starter. The 49ers need a better backup running back behind Carlos Hyde.
San Francisco blew it back in 2005 by taking Alex Smith instead of Aaron Rodgers. Maybe they'll get it right by taking this California quarterback.
In 2015, Goff has completed 65 percent of his passes for 3,710 yards with 32 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He has shown a quality, accurate arm with field vision. Goff also has functional mobility to avoid rushers and pick up some yards on the ground. The 6-foot-4, 215-pounder is lanky and could use more weight. He also could have some issues with getting rattled and handling the rush in the NFL. Holding up against the pass rush led to him having some mechanical issues that he's working on fixing.
Goff enjoyed a breakout 2014 season. The sophomore completed 62 percent of his passes for 3,973 yards with 35 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He displayed real pocket-passing potential while playing with a less-than-ideal supporting cast. Goff became the starter as a freshman in 2013 and completed 60 percent of his passes for 3,508 yards with 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
Rd. 2, Pk. 5
Demarcus Robinson, WR, Florida
Anquan Boldin is old, and Quinton Patton is better as a No. 3 receiver. Here's a big wideout to put across from Torrey Smith.
Robinson (6-1, 205) plays bigger than his listed measurements and has quickness. He is a very good route-runner who gets separation and displays natural receiving skills. In 2015, Robinson has 47 catches for 505 yards with two scores in 2015. He was one of the breakout performers of the SEC in 2014, hauling in 53 passes for 810 yards and seven touchdowns despite playing in a horrible offense with struggling quarterbacks.
Pick change; previously Josh Doctson, WR
Rd. 3, Pk. 4
Denver Kirkland, OT/G, Arkansas
The 49ers grab a replacement for one of the spots in what they lost on the right side of their line with Anthony Davis retiring and Mike Iupati signing with Arizona.
Kirkland plays tackle for the Razorbacks, but he's a better fit as a power guard in the NFL. The 6-foot-5, 340-pounder has opened a lot of holes for the Arkansas ground game. Kirkland doesn't have the quickness or feet to block NFL speed rushers as a left tackle, but he could be a tough guard or right tackle.
The 49ers haven't properly replaced the Smiths (Aldon and Justin) and drafting Joey Bosa would fill that void. He's not the J.J. Watt 2.0 that the media has made him out to be, but a really good football player who has Pro Bowl potential. He would be a really nice fit in this scheme, and although the Niners have holes at QB and WR-Kaepernick sucks and Anquan Boldin is getting long in the tooth, along with the ineptitude of Torrey Smith- there are no prospects that are worth taking at this spot. They have so many needs that they should just go BPA.
San Francisco has lost some real talent at linebacker on defense with Patrick Willis and others stepping away from the game and need to replace it. They can do that with Jaylon Smith who is probably the best defense player in this draft. He can play inside and outside. He can come off the edge and drop into coverage. He is simply a special talent.