Since the draft's a month away & rumors/speculation are running rampant, I thought I'd throw this idea out & see if it gets kicked around a bit. First off, let me make it clear that I'm in the trade down group & that I'd like us to take D'Brick or Mario with our 1st pick. Obviously, some things have happened in FA that will have a direct impact on us trading down. In other words, if we trade down, we won't get either one of my players of choice. Now, back to the set up of my original question. If Oakland should step up & make an offer (#7, #38, & either a 2nd or 3rd, next year) for the #1 pick (rumors indicate they're very interested in Leinart, D'Brick, & Mario), & Casserly doesn't decide to be stubborn & ask for the moon, we should be in a very good position to draft Davis. If we assume that we'll get Putzier to play TE, then why not draft Davis to play WR opposite of AJ? At 6'3" 263lbs & running a 4.38 40, no single CB, or Safety, will be able to bring him down. We'd have one of the best, if not the best, receiving corps in the NFL. With two 2nds & two 3rds, we should be able to adequately address the OL, CB, & LB positions. 1) Vernon Davis (WR/TE) 2a) Eric Winston (OT), Daryn Colledge (OT), or Jonathan Scott (OT) 2b) Thomas Howard (OLB) 3a) Richard Marshall (CB) or Jonathan Joseph (CB) 3b) Kevin Boothe (G) 4) Jerious Norwood (RB) Any thoughts, or comments?