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    Final 53 predictions

    if you want to make any final 53 predictions, put them in here.... I think Lakers and Derek already did some previously.... Think final 53 is next Friday or Saturday right?

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    I can't remember what I put before, but I'm bored and it's slow at work so....

    For the sake of clarity we'll assume that Lattimore, Crabtree, Wright, and Manningham will be on PUP/NFI list to start the year and will not count towards the 53-man roster. Tank Carradine and Quinton Dial may be on the PUP to start the year as well, but that's not as clear. Also, the order I put the players can work as how I rank the players at their position.

    Offense (25)

    QB (3): Kaepernick, Daniels, McCoy
    RB (4): Gore, Hunter, James, Dixon
    FB (1): Bruce Miller
    TE (3): Davis, McDonald, Celek (though I hope we pick up a TE after cuts to replace Celek)
    WR (6): Boldin, Williams, Collie, Moore, Patton, Baldwin
    T (3): Staley, Davis, Snyder
    G (3): Iupati, Davis, Looney
    C (2): Goodwin, Kilgore

    Defense (25)

    RE (3): Smith, Dobbs, Carradine
    NT (2): Williams, Dorsey
    LE (2): McDonald, Quinton Dial
    OLB (5): Aldon Smith, Ahmad Brooks, Parys Haralson, Corey Lemonier, Dan Skuta
    MLB (4): Patrick Willis, NaVorro Bowman, Michael Wilhoite, Nick Moody
    S (4): Whitner, Reid, Dahl, Spillman
    CB (5): Brown, Rogers, Nnamdi, Cox, Brock

    Specialists (3)

    K: Phil Dawson
    P: Andy Lee
    LS: Brian Jennings

    If Carradine and Dial are put on the PUP to start the year then that frees up room for guys like Will Tukuafu, Tony Jerod Eddie, Cam Johnson, etc.
    Last edited by DerekRE_3; 08-19-2013 at 06:06 PM.

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    I can't remember what I put either, but it would've changed anyways so here's my new one:

    Offense (24):
    QB: Kaepernick, McCoy, Daniels
    RB: Gore, Hunter, James, Dixon, Miller
    TE: V. Davis, V. McDonald, Celek
    WR: Boldin, K. Williams, Moore, Baldwin, Patton
    OL: Staley, Iupati, Goodwin, Boone, A. Davis, Snyder, Kilgore, Looney

    Defense(26):
    DL: J. Smith, R. McDonald, I. Williams, Dorsey, Dobbs, Carradine
    OLB: A. Smith, Brooks, Haralson, Lemonier, Skuta
    ILB: Willis, Bowman, Wilhoite, Moody
    CB: Brown, Rogers, Brock, Nnamdi, Cox, Wright
    S: Whitner, Reid, Dahl, Spillman, Robinson

    K: Dawson
    P: Lee
    LS: Jennings

    PUP: Manningham, Lattimore, Dial
    IR: Crabtree (designated for return)

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    I got Kory Sheets, Glen Coffee, Nate Davis and Thomas Clayton making the roster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle916 View Post
    I got Kory Sheets, Glen Coffee, Nate Davis and Thomas Clayton making the roster.
    Nate Davis

    No Kentwan Balmer? He could start ahead of Justin Smith if he keeps it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    I can't remember what I put either, but it would've changed anyways so here's my new one:

    Offense (24):
    QB: Kaepernick, McCoy, Daniels
    RB: Gore, Hunter, James, Dixon, Miller
    TE: V. Davis, V. McDonald, Celek
    WR: Boldin, K. Williams, Moore, Baldwin, Patton
    OL: Staley, Iupati, Goodwin, Boone, A. Davis, Snyder, Kilgore, Looney

    Defense(26):
    DL: J. Smith, R. McDonald, I. Williams, Dorsey, Dobbs, Carradine
    OLB: A. Smith, Brooks, Haralson, Lemonier, Skuta
    ILB: Willis, Bowman, Wilhoite, Moody
    CB: Brown, Rogers, Brock, Nnamdi, Cox, Wright
    S: Whitner, Reid, Dahl, Spillman, Robinson

    K: Dawson
    P: Lee
    LS: Jennings

    PUP: Manningham, Lattimore, Dial
    IR: Crabtree (designated for return)
    Think you got it right, my only 2 changes are I think the cheaper tolzien could edge Colt out (not sure if McCoy contract is guaranteed if so he stays), and skuta could be knocked off by collie only because it will make the cuts easier once Crab and MM get back

    Also highlighted the guys I think will be inactive. If tolzien replaces McCoy he will be IA (BJ will be 2nd team), also if collie takes skuta place he could be IA, to start the year Tank will be IA but when ready think dobbs will be IA, same situation with Wright once he's back think cox or Brock will be IA

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    My practice squad guess is that we will keep

    T Carter Bykowski
    G Al Netter
    WR lockette
    TE MarQueis Gray
    DL Lawrence Okoye
    LB Cam Johnson
    DBMarcus Cooper
    DB Darryl Morris

    These guys are on the bubble: Jewel Hampton, Tony Jerod-Eddie, Nate Stupar, Michael Thomas

    All them are good but the main reason there left off is because we don't need the position go against the starter because we already have good depth and young guys there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    I can't remember what I put either, but it would've changed anyways so here's my new one:

    Offense (24):
    QB: Kaepernick, McCoy, Daniels
    RB: Gore, Hunter, James, Dixon, Miller
    TE: V. Davis, V. McDonald, Celek
    WR: Boldin, K. Williams, Moore, Baldwin, Patton
    OL: Staley, Iupati, Goodwin, Boone, A. Davis, Snyder, Kilgore, Looney

    Defense(26):
    DL: J. Smith, R. McDonald, I. Williams, Dorsey, Dobbs, Carradine
    OLB: A. Smith, Brooks, Haralson, Lemonier, Skuta
    ILB: Willis, Bowman, Wilhoite, Moody
    CB: Brown, Rogers, Brock, Nnamdi, Cox, Wright
    S: Whitner, Reid, Dahl, Spillman, Robinson/Ventrone

    K: Dawson
    P: Lee
    LS: Jennings

    PUP: Manningham, Lattimore, Dial,Carridine
    IR: Crabtree (designated for return)
    Something tells me We will keep Ventrone over Robinson. Just a gut feeling. I'm not sure if Robinson can still be Practice Squad. Wright could also maybe start the season on the pup list and be activated after week 6 so that opens up a Roster spot for maybe Austin Collie. It looks like Carradine will start the season on the pup so I think that will open up the spot for Wil Tukuafu because he can also be the backup FB. When Dial and Carradine come in after week 6 I think both Dobbs and Tukuafu are most likely to get cut. I really hope we can cut Celek and maybe either keep Gray or sign a veteran blocking TE because that dude sucks pretty bad.
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    ^ I can see Gray beating out Celek. Been reading that he's been making really good strides at TE....And I just don't like Celek. He doesn't do much for me.

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    Well my prediction was wrong had lockette on the PS but he just got cut. Also don't think McCoy makes the team. He will get the first crack at the job because he will be the first one out the door due to money. Tolzien has PS eligibility so he can be stashed and cheap to pay, but this will be his final year on the team.

    No I don't think this mean Wallace is guaranteed a roster spot but the fact he can run the same offense as Kap and BJ means the coaches don't have to think of who's in the game and throw out part of the play book. He is a Vet so he will not take long to learn the play book. Also he gives us Vet to back up Kap if we feel like BJ isn't ready this year for that role

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_mitch:26932301
    Well my prediction was wrong had lockette on the PS but he just got cut. Also don't think McCoy makes the team. He will get the first crack at the job because he will be the first one out the door due to money. Tolzien has PS eligibility so he can be stashed and cheap to pay, but this will be his final year on the team.

    No I don't think this mean Wallace is guaranteed a roster spot but the fact he can run the same offense as Kap and BJ means the coaches don't have to think of who's in the game and throw out part of the play book. He is a Vet so he will not take long to learn the play book. Also he gives us Vet to back up Kap if we feel like BJ isn't ready this year for that role
    I had kind of forgotten that Tolzein is eligible for the PS. He sure hasn't shown much that would get him claimed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NinerHomer49 View Post
    I had kind of forgotten that Tolzein is eligible for the PS. He sure hasn't shown much that would get him claimed.
    Exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbeezy View Post
    Something tells me We will keep Ventrone over Robinson. Just a gut feeling. I'm not sure if Robinson can still be Practice Squad. Wright could also maybe start the season on the pup list and be activated after week 6 so that opens up a Roster spot for maybe Austin Collie. It looks like Carradine will start the season on the pup so I think that will open up the spot for Wil Tukuafu because he can also be the backup FB. When Dial and Carradine come in after week 6 I think both Dobbs and Tukuafu are most likely to get cut. I really hope we can cut Celek and maybe either keep Gray or sign a veteran blocking TE because that dude sucks pretty bad.
    I don't see the point in keeping Collie since only 4 WRs will be active and those four will be Boldin, Williams, Moore, and Baldwin. Patton will be inactive. If a 6th WR is kept, they will either have to be a key special teams player or a young developmental player that they are just keeping because they don't think they'll clear waivers for the practice squad. The 49ers got rid of both of the players that fit the developmental role (Jenkins and Lockette). Collie definitely doesn't have any special teams value. I don't think he makes the squad unless there is an injury.

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    Maoicco's ....

    Quarterbacks (3): Colin Kaepernick, Seneca Wallace, B.J. Daniels
    Behind Kaepernick, nobody is 100-percent safe. Colt McCoy's athleticism is a plus, but he has struggled in the first two games. Scott Tolzien has practice squad eligibility, so the 49ers can keep him around. With another impressive exhibition game, Daniels will leave the 49ers no option but to keep him. The addition of Wallace indicates the 49ers do not feel secure with either of the veteran options.

    Running backs (5): Frank Gore, Bruce Miller, Kendall Hunter, LaMichael James, Anthony Dixon
    This seems fairly clear-cut. Jewel Hampton and D.J. Harper are likely battling for a spot on the practice squad.

    Wide receivers (5): Anquan Boldin, Kyle Williams, Jon Baldwin, Marlon Moore, Quinton Patton
    The 49ers could keep six wide receivers. In that case, Chad Hall, Austin Collie, Lavelle Hawkins and special-teamer Kassim Osgood are in play. But a sixth wide receiver will have a difficult time suiting up for games, anyway. Plus, the 49ers expect Mario Manningham back at midseason and Michael Crabtree a little later.

    Tight ends (4): Vernon Davis, Vance McDonald, Garrett Celek, MarQueis Gray
    Davis and McDonald are set. Celek won his way on the team last season, and he's more game-ready than Gray. But Gray is getting better and better and better. He has a lot of potential, and he's worth keeping around for a while to develop.

    Offensive line (8): Joe Staley, Mike Iupati, Jonathan Goodwin, Alex Boone, Anthony Davis, Adam Snyder, Daniel Kilgore, Joe Looney.
    These eight are pretty solid. After this, the 49ers can look to keep two offensive linemen around on the practice squad. (Teams generally carry a total of 10 offensive linemen to prevent starters from doing double-duty on the scout team.) The 49ers drafted tackle Carter Bykowski in the seventh round. They could give him a longer look on the practice squad.

    Defensive line (5): Ray McDonald, Justin Smith, Ian Williams, Glenn Dorsey, Will Tukuafu
    Demarcus Dobbs begins the season on the suspended list for violating the NFL's policy on substances of abuse. When he's eligible after Week 1, the 49ers will have another decision to make. One big question is whether the 49ers saw enough in Lawrence Okoye to warrant an invite to practice squad.

    Linebackers (9): Ahmad Brooks, NaVorro Bowman, Patrick Willis, Aldon Smith, Parys Haralson, Michael Wilhoite, Dan Skuta, Corey Lemonier, Nick Moody
    The 49ers could barely scrap together a backup outside linebacker a year ago after Parys Haralson's injury. Now, they have three legitimate backups -- Haralson, Lemonier and Skuta. And they also have seen big improvement from Cam Johnson, who ended up on the 53-man roster late in his rookie season. The 49ers hope Wilhoite and Moody never have to step in for Willis or Bowman, but that pair will remain plenty busy as special-teams aces.

    Cornerbacks (6): Carlos Rogers, Tarell Brown, Tramaine Brock, Nnamdi Asomugha, Perrish Cox, Marcus Cooper
    It's been a good camp for the corners. Asomugha earned his spot, and continues to compete for the No. 3 job with Brock and Cox to replace injured Chris Culliver. Cooper, a seventh-round pick, has the kind of size that can't be taught. Undrafted Darryl Morris has been very good, too, but his 5 foot 9 1/2 size gives the edge to Cooper.

    Safeties (5): Eric Reid, Donte Whitner, C.J. Spillman, Craig Dahl, Bubba Ventrone
    Ventrone has not seen a snap of action on defense, but his value is on special teams. He was punter Andy Lee's personal protector before he missed last week's game with a hamstring strain. Trenton Robinson, a sixth-round pick last year, is very much in the picture, too.

    Specialists (3): Phil Dawson, Andy Lee, Brian Jennings
    Serious competition remains at long-snapper, where Jennings has been nearly perfect for 13 seasons. There's no question the 49ers would like to get younger and cheaper, but at what cost? Rookie Kevin McDermott is giving the decision-makers plenty to think about.

    The following players currently count against the 49ers' 90-player limit. These transactions can also be expected on Saturday, Aug. 31, as the 49ers trim their roster to 53 players:

    Reserve/Suspended
    DL Demarcus Dobbs

    Injured reserve
    CB Chris Culliver

    Physically unable to perform
    WR Michael Crabtree
    WR Mario Manningham

    Non-football injury/illness
    CB Eric Wright

    Non-football injury
    RB Marcus Lattimore
    DL Tank Carradine
    DL Quinton Dial
    T Luke Marquardt
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    Do I spy a CB from Rutgers on Maiocco's list? Yeeeeah boy.

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