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sign Bud Dupree to a 3 year deal with a team option for a fourth year give him roughly about

Trade this year’s second and next years second to move up to 12 with the niners  
*I don’t know what all it will take to move up 9 spots but that seems good*

1. Trey Lance Qb North Dakota state: Mobile good decision making with an accurate deep ball should thrive in Reichs offense.

3. Brady Christensen OT BYU: Great size and movement can play left or right tackle should fit in well with our current group.

4. Trill Williams Corner Syracuse: Solid ball skills and great size can come in and compete with tell and ya sun day one.

5. Jaelon Darden WR North Texas: Great speed solid route runner good replacement for TY.

6. Tony Poljan TE UVA: Great size at 6’7 solid blocker potential to be a good receiver at the tight end position.

7. Jalen McKenzie OG/OT USC: Great size adds depth can play guard or tackle highest ceiling is as a guard.

 

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