Ahhh, Day 3 of the NFL Day— the biggest day of the league calendar for dorks like me.
The 49ers are slated for four picks — Nos. 155, 172, 180, and 194. I’ll share what I think about them as they come in.
Hopefully, I did my homework on them all!
Round 5… Pick 155
Jaylon Moore, offensive tackle, Western Michigan
What I like: First off, I’d like to thank [name redacted] for putting this lineman on my radar a few weeks ago. Moore is, indeed, a classic outside zone lineman — a former tight end who still has that understanding of space, movement, and angles. He’s not a freak athlete, but his tape shows a better player than his testing numbers would indicate. He can play at either tackle spot and has a nose for pass protection. He’s a P.J. Fleck guy, so that’s a big positive in my book. He has great burst off the line, too. When he wins, he wins big, and when he loses, he stays calm and collected — that speaks to a professional mentality.
What I don’t like: Moore showed adequate strength against MAC competition and at the Senior Bowl, but can that translate and improve at the NFL level? He’s stocky, but unlike others, I question if he will be able to play guard. Moore also lacks long arms and he lets bigger players control him — that could be a big issue in the pros.
Value: This is a moderate stretch
I was of the mindset that the 49ers needed to add a tackle in this draft and Moore is a completely defensible pick who might put Justin Skule out of a job this August.
And while there was, indeed, a run on offensive linemen in this draft, I think Moore was a stretch at 155. This is about opportunity cost: The Niners likely could have waited to land him with one of their other fifth-round picks.
If Moore is going to work in the NFL, he’d have to be a team like the 49ers.
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