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San Francisco 49ers 2024 Team NFL Mock Draft 1.0

2024 San Francisco 49ers Team NFL Mock Draft 1.0

Round 1, Pick 4 (via Arizona Cardinals) Marvin Harrison Jr., WR (Ohio State)

In a massive twist during the first round of the NFL draft, the San Francisco 49ers might make a monumental trade with the Arizona Cardinals. The 49ers bid farewell to their number one receiver, Brandon Aiyuk, and some valuable picks by swapping their first, second, and one of their fourth-round selections in exchange for the fourth overall pick and coveted wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr., the top-ranked wide receiver prospect.

What sets Harrison apart is his uncanny ability to uncover, regardless of defensive alignment or field positioning. Whether it's threading through traffic for a contested catch or streaking downfield for a game-changing play, Harrison thrives in any scenario. His knack for finishing catches in tight coverage cements him as a touchdown magnet, poised to dominate professionally from day one.

Round 3, Pick 94) Tykee Smith, SAF (Georgia)

Tykee Smith is an excellent safety with the instincts and agility to disrupt passing lanes and stifle opposing offenses. A versatile defensive back with a knack for playmaking, Smith brings a tenacity that promises to bolster the 49ers' secondary and special teams units.

Round 4, Pick 124 (via Dallas Cowboys) Myles Cole, EDGE (Texas Tech)

The 49ers continued to mine for hidden gems like yearly as the draft unfolded. Despite lingering under the radar after six collegiate seasons, Myles Cole emerges as a raw talent with untapped potential. His imposing frame and knack for shedding blocks hint at a future as a disruptive force along the defensive line.

Round 5, Pick 176) Matt Lee, IOL (The U)

In the later rounds, I can see the 49ers fortify their roster with promising prospects like Matt Lee, whose technical prowess as a center, I believe, transcends concerns over his size. He has a remarkable ability in pass blocking that I think makes him a formidable player at his position to be taken in the later rounds, hopefully. 

Round 6, Pick 176) Zion Louge, IDL (Florida), and Pick 215) Johnny Dixon, CB (Penn State)

Zion Logue is a raw talent with the physical tools to blossom under NFL coaching. One hopeful I'd be happy to see is the most intriguing addition that may come in the form of Johnny Dixon, a feisty cornerback whose ferocious demeanor belies his modest draft status. While questions linger regarding his top-end speed, Dixon's tenacity and ball-hawking instincts offer a glimmer of hope for a future lockdown defender in the 49ers' secondary.

Round 7, Pick 251) Mason Pline, TE (Furman)

Rounding out this draft in my mind would be Mason Pline, a tantalizing prospect whose transition from the basketball court to the football field offers a glimpse into untapped potential. With the athleticism of a former basketball standout and the grit of a seasoned tight end, Pline embodies the 49ers' commitment to unearthing diamonds in the rough.

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