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No idea how bold those are, but...

 

- 49ers pick Trey Lance

- Mac Jones will drop past no.15. It's all one huge smokescreen

- Gregory Rousseau drops out of R1

- Davis Mills gets selected in R1.

- Ballard will take one of the positions noone is thinking about in his first 3 picks(LB, S, DT)

- Ballard trades UP for LT(probably Darrisaw). 

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20 minutes ago, stitches said:

No idea how bold those are, but...

 

- 49ers pick Trey Lance

- Mac Jones will drop past no.15. It's all one huge smokescreen

- Gregory Rousseau drops out of R1

- Davis Mills gets selected in R1.

- Ballard will take one of the positions noone is thinking about in his first 3 picks(LB, S, DT)

- Ballard trades UP for LT(probably Darrisaw). 

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 15 would most likely cost 2nd. Our 4th they would be lucky to pass over Chicago if that. Using both 2nd and 4th would get us 12.

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25 minutes ago, Two_pound said:

Here's one, Ballard makes three trades before making his first pick and with one of the 3 2nd round picks he has at his disposal he takes Dylan Moses.

I'm trying to figure out how they get 3 2nd using 3 trades 

 

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On 4/13/2021 at 8:06 PM, danlhart87 said:

Saw this on Reddit:

 

Have a bold prediction that you want to say that will most likely look very stupid in a short time? But hey, you can get one right and pat yourself on the back.

 

 

1. Mac Jones is drafted by SF and finishes as best QB in 2021 class

 

2. Ballard takes a LB Day 2 and people lose their minds

 

3. No Defensive player is drafted until 11th 

 

4. Some team trades up late 1st for Kellen Mond

 

5. Caleb Farley falls out of the 1st Round

I love bold predictions that are actually bold!  Good job!  If these don’t actually happen, something equally outrageous certainly will...

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On 4/13/2021 at 6:06 PM, danlhart87 said:

Saw this on Reddit:

 

Have a bold prediction that you want to say that will most likely look very stupid in a short time? But hey, you can get one right and pat yourself on the back.

 

 

1. Mac Jones is drafted by SF and finishes as best QB in 2021 class

 

2. Ballard takes a LB Day 2 and people lose their minds

 

3. No Defensive player is drafted until 11th 

 

4. Some team trades up late 1st for Kellen Mond

 

5. Caleb Farley falls out of the 1st Round

1) Agreed

2) If he does expect Leonard to b moved.

3) Could c that

4) I think he will go earlier

5) He is possibly better than Ramsey coming out. Back problem or not, a team will take a chance on him. If he is there at 21, Ballard better pick him

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