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getty Could the 49ers add another type of Deebo Samuel to match the All-Pro?

Within two weeks, the San Francisco 49ers will add nine new members to the roster.

We’ll ultimately see if the ‘Niners really start with point help for Nick Bosa, recruit cornerback help against newcomer Charvarius Ward or give the offense another type of Deebo Samuel.

But we’re going to do something different here: we’re making the selections.

Much like what was done with this mock draft in Heavy, we’re basing this mock on more than just positional needs. We’re hooking up guys we’ve seen on Saturdays or in the movie theater that seem like a perfect fit for what the 49ers do. These are the ones we’re projecting for the NFC runners-up.

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Round 2, No. 61: Dylan Parham, Interior Offensive Line, Memphis

At some point, the 49ers will have to replace the aging Alex Mack (general manager John Lynch said three weeks ago that Mack will return through NBC Sports Bay Area’s Jennifer Lee Chan). They also need to figure out who will replace Pro Bowler Laken Tomlinson (Aaron Banks is one of the candidates).

Why not go for the 2-for-1 special by getting a guy who not only thrived in both spots, but is one of the fastest interior offensive lineman prospects in history and has already cleared the lanes for future prospects? NFL running backs in Memphis? Although undersized at under 290 pounds, Parham dominated in a zone reading scheme and faced highly touted NFL prospects in Houston’s Logan Hall and Cincinnati’s Myjai Sanders, the latter of whom he popped down the line. Seems like a perfect fit for 49ers who run a lot.

This is legitimately the best block I’ve seen all day, and I’ve been watching two bowling games. Dylan Parham I wanted to see you in the center and this range block makes the wait worth it. pic.twitter.com/84WzlKGt5I

— Matt Alkire (@mattalkire) February 2, 2022

Round 3, No. 93: Khalil Shakir, wide receiver, Boise State

Here’s the “Deebo-like” weapon.

Shakir told NBC Sports Bay Area’s Matt Maiocco that Samuel has helped influence his game as someone who does more than run routes. The Boise State star was among the receivers who rushed under 4.4 in the 40-yard dash at the 2022 NFL Scouting Combine. Lance Zierlein of nfl.com called him “a coach’s dream, combining competitive nature, exciting versatility and elite character on and off the field”. Imagine him, Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk all on the same field. The fire emoji is inserted.

PlayKhalil Shakir 2021 Full Season Highlights | State of Boise WR | 2022 NFL Draft ProspectOne of the most exciting players in the country 2021 Stats: 77 Rec, 1,117 yards, 7 TD2022-01-25T19:24:03ZRound 3, No. 105: Nick Cross, Safety, Maryland

He could be the eventual successor to Jimmie Ward.

The physical Cross was mentioned by ESPN’s Todd McShay as being tall at No. 61. But we think this physical center fielder has value in the third round and will be a good option at this spot.

PlayHighlights: Maryland defensive end Nick Cross | Big Ten Football in the 2022 NFL Draft A look back at some of the best plays from Maryland DB Nick Cross’ college career. #MarylandTerrapins #NCAAFootball #NFLDraft SUBSCRIBE to Big Ten Network on YouTube for the latest highlights and videos: btn.com/youtubesubscribe More Big Ten football/basketball/other sports: btn.com Watch live games and Big Ten Network anywhere you go and whenever…2022-02-16T03:00:23ZRound 4, No. 134: Josh Jobe, Cornerback, Alabama

This is where the 49ers can tackle the cornerback job, with a former national champion.

Jobe is going down after a pretty disappointing final season in Tuscaloosa. Bleacher Report even has him as a fourth round talent. But he has an excellent build at about 6-foot-185 pounds and, in typical ‘Bama fashion, is a physical route disruptor with his hands, which makes him a perfect complementary CB with Ambry Thomas and Ward.

PlayAlabama CB Josh Jobe 2020 Highlights 🐘 ᴴᴰSubscribe, like this video and turn on notifications! (↓↓ click show more ↓↓) Instagram: instagram.com/justbombsproductions/ Twitter: twitter.com/JBP_Official Patreon: patreon.com/justbombsproductions Facebook: facebook.com/Just-Bombs-Productions-255863801590167/ Alabama CB Josh Jobe Junior 6’1 192 lbs Alabama has consistently produced NFL cornerbacks in recent years like Minkah Fitzpatrick, Patrick Surtain II and Marlon Humphrey. CB Josh Jobe is expected… 2021-06-15T23:00:00ZRound 5, No. 172: DeAngelo Malone, Edge Rusher, Western Kentucky

With Kemoko Turay now on board, that led us to believe that advantage is no longer the first necessity on April 29. But it will still be considered a necessity.

And while he weighs less than 240 pounds, we’ve seen players in Malone’s frame thrive with the 49ers (see Arden Key). With his edge speed and big hands, he is a perfect situational back at this spot.

Highlights from PlayWestern Kentucky OLB DeAngelo Malone | 2022 NFL Draft | KCSN ProfilesClick to view KC Sports Network draft guide: draftguide.gumroad.com/l/kcsn22 If you like this content and want more highlights, hit the LIKE button and SUBSCRIBE. *** Subscribe to KC Sports Network Substack for movie reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch releases and more at kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You…2022-02-24T08: 00:13ZRound 6, No. 187: Brian Robinson Jr., Running Back, Alabama

Yes, a year ago the 49ers discovered a rare late find in leading rusher Elijah Mitchell, plus they selected Trey Sermon in the third round. But backfield depth is still a must.

With Raheem Mostert and Trenton Cannon in Miami and Tennessee, respectively, the ‘Niners can add more muscle through a running back who met with the ‘Niners on Wednesday, April 13. Though Robinson lacks the breakaway speed of his predecessors Najee Harris and Josh Jacobs, he brings the same punishing nature we’ve seen in previous Crimson Tide backs.

PlayBrian Robinson || Alabama Crimson Tide Runner || 2021 Senior Season HighlightsBrian Robinson 2021 Senior Season Highlights. 223 rushing, 1,071 rushing yards, 14 rushing touchdowns, 31 receptions, 268 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdowns. We do not own the copyright to this video, it belongs to ESPN and its affiliates. All things shown in the video are also not intended to copy, steal or any… 2021-12-11T02:19:44ZRound 6, No. 220: Jelani Woods, Tight End, Virginia

Sure, taking Trey McBride and pairing him up with George Kittle sounds like fun and all. But even in a less-than-spectacular tight end class, McBride could still go higher than 61st overall.

Woods has seen a steady rise this offseason: He cracked the Pro Football Network Top 10 and ran a 4.61-in-40 time while lugging around a towering 6-foot-7, 259-pound frame. But his only season in Charlottesville was the first to showcase his ability as a wide receiver, as he was used primarily for blocking purposes at Oklahoma State. He went from a combined 31 sacks in three seasons at Stillwater, according to Sports Reference, to 44 in his final season in college. Because he’s still considered a raw receiver but more of a blocker, he’s a perfect fit here in the sixth round.

PlayJlani Woods 2021 Regular Season Highlights | Virginia TEJelani Woods transferred to Virginia from Oklahoma State ahead of the 2021 season and made a huge impact on the Cavaliers in his first year. Woods was a first-team All-ACC and led all tight ends in the conference with 598 receiving yards. He finished the year with 44 catches, eight of which were for touchdowns… 2022-01-19T16:12:54ZRound 6, No. 221: Thomas Booker, Interior Defensive Line, Stanford

He’s a charged defensive line unit, especially with Turay now on board, plus Kerry Hyder and Hassan Ridgeway in SF.

But of the three, the latter fills more of a need at the nose tackle job vacated by DJ Jones. The 49ers could still use a potential three-tech adjustment on the inside. While he didn’t put up the best sack numbers around Palo Alto, Booker is quick from the get-go with his 4.94 40-yard time. There are those who believe that Booker could also rise.

After a dominating #ShrineBowl week, know that some teams rewatched Thomas Booker’s movie from #Stanford.

One of the busiest DLs in the draft during the “30 visit” circuit.

I was hoping to hear his name on Day 2. Truly versatile DT/SD for all NFL schemes. #NFLDraft pic.twitter.com/jVcogKcmhk

— Eric Galko (@EricGalko) April 15, 2022

Round 7, No. 262: Jake Camarda, Punter, Georgia

End with a clearance.

While the 49ers seem happy with Mitch Wishnowsky, he’s still an unrestricted free agent after 2022. Camarda can add depth here.

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