While, I haven't been to keen on the idea of taking Claypool at 34, I suppose if the team valued him that high, I'd accept it. Wilson at 44 is great (that's also who I tookat 44 in my mock). I like him a tad better than Ezra Cleveland as a developmental LT. I'd rather have Harrison Bryant at 75 than Hopkins and I think he'll be there too. But Hopkins shows some good things. Throckmorton shouldn't last that long. Good job though! I appreciate simulated mocks with some realism. You addressed, IMO our 3 biggest needs pretty nicely: WR, TE, OL depth.
I didn't even say he sucks or is horrible, I only pointed out his bad plays far outnumbered his good plays last year(as in 2017). The easiest way to go 7-9 or 8-8 next seaon would be to leave Brissett at qb. We brought in Rivers with the idea of getting to 11-5 or 12-4 or maybe even better. If Ballard or Reich thought Brissett could get us to 11-5 Rivers would not be here.
Might not be worth much, I don't know, but Draft Wire has both Claypool and Pittman there at 75 and Aiyuk still at 44.
They have Ruiz going at 26 and call him the best interior lineman in the draft, saying he's only 20 and "already as athletic and physical as they come."
Reich loves the run game. Imagine someone like Ruiz along with Nelson on the O-Line.
We would still get one or two quality WR/TE, assuming they don't go QB very high.