The 2015 NFL Draft has reached its conclusion, and it's time to look back on just what the San Francisco 49ers did in Chicago and how it sets them up for the future. Here's our Grades And Analysis Of The San Francisco 49ers' Entire 2015 NFL Draft.
(All player grades based on spot selected, need, etc.)
1st Round: Oregon DT Arik Armstead [Grade: A]
2nd Round: Samford SS Jaquiski Tartt [Grade: B+]
3rd Round: Virginia OLB Eli Harold [Grade: A]
4th Round: Oklahoma TE Blake Bell [Grade: B]
4th Round: South Carolina RB Mike Davis [Grade: B+]
4th Round: Georgia Tech WR DeAndre Smelter [Grade: B]
5th Round: Clemson P Bradley Pinion [Grade: C+]
6th Round: Boston College OG Ian Silberman [Grade: C]
7th Round: Florida OG Trenton Brown [Grade: C+]
7th Round: South Carolina TE Rory "Busta" Anderson [Grade: B]
Overall Grade: B
Arik Armstead and Jaquiski Tartt both have major upside with a little bit of development, and Eli Harold is an absolute steal in the third round for a defense tailored to his skill set. The back part of the draft is heavy on potential weapons for Colin Kaepernick, and at least a couple of the guys picked (Davis, Bell) could grow into major contributors down the road.
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