percent into the offseason. Things will quiet down for a couple weeks Rookie Nick Mullens Jersey , but the NFL Combine is a mere 22 days away! The college all star games took place last month, and the next stop in the pre-draft process is the annual meat market in Indianapolis.Free agency is going to change plenty, but in the meantime, Greg, Josh, and Alex are back with their latest mock draft. Previously they had put together top 10 drafts, but for the first draft of the full offseason, they’ve put together full first round mocks. Two of the picks will have people pretty pumped!Greg Valerio — Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio StateThe 49ers come away with my top prospect in the draft; moreover, a position of need finally filled after years of hopeful dreams crushed from reality. Nevertheless, it is rare to see two brothers sharing high-end success at the next level, but Nick Bosa is on the path to match older brother’s “Joey” ride and success in the NFL. The junior is a tremendously gifted athletic talent showcasing a terrific combination of size, strength Nick Mullens 49ers Jersey , athleticism, natural ability, power, quickness, football intelligence, and superb technique.NFL bloodlines run thick and Bosa’s successful transition to the next level is pretty much a sure thing, but first he needs to get healthy. A man amongst boys, Bosa is an all around complete player with excellent technique, adept in all facets of the game whether rushing the passer, wreaking havoc in the backfield, or as a stout run stopper – everything the 49ers are in desperate need from their Edge presence.Josh Eccles — Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio StateNick Bosa is the best defensive prospect in this year’s draft - he very may well be the best overall prospect as well. All things considered there stands a good chance that Kliff Kingsbury and the Arizona Cardinals may choose to shore up the interior of their defensive line with the first pick in the draft. If that happens then San Francisco will be able to snag a player who, along with Deforest Buckner Authentic George Kittle Jersey , will anchor this defense for years to come.There is a definite need to supply consistent pressure on opposing quarterbacks (something which hasn’t been a reality for San Francisco since the days of Aldon Smith). The Niners are already forming a young and formidable front seven and adding Bosa, someone who will be ready to slide into the lineup on day one, to a group of players coming into their own may very well just push San Francisco into the wild card discussion next year.Alex Eisen — Josh Allen, Edge, KentuckyJosh Allen was my pick in my first mock draft, and he remains my pick for my second mock draft. It is no secret that the 49ers need a pass rushing threat. It is by far their number one need, and after quarterback, it is perhaps the next most important position, especially in today’s pass friendly NFL. Josh Allen is looking more and more like the exact prospect and pass rusher that the 49ers can utilize in their defensive scheme. Allen has a relentless motor and ability to attack from the edge. Allen has a natural blend of burst, length and flexibility who is able to put a tremendous amount of stress and pressure on offensive tackles.I absolutely love his range and abilities to make and finish plays that are extended well beyond the pocket and outside the numbers. Plays with constant urgency and will not let up as the game carries on. Allen is loose and fluid in his hips which helps with his initial burst and feet in motion. Lastly, his versatility is second to none, having been tasked to take on multiple responsibilities throughout the course of the season.I know Nick Bosa is the talk of the town, but after the combine, pro days http://www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonli...ichburg-jersey , and final weeks leading up to the draft, don’t be surprised if Bosa and Allen are seen as equals. That is great news for 49ers fans. Should the Cardinals select one, and at this point I believe that will be Bosa, (This could very well change later in the process) the 49ers should sprint to the podium and draft their long awaited and desired pass rusher, who I believe, at this point will be Josh Allen. 2019 NFL mock draft, post-Super BowlPickTeamJosh EcclesGreg ValerioAlex EisenPickTeamJosh EcclesGreg ValerioAlex Eisen As Colin Kaepernick watched from the apparel giant's headquarters in Oregon, Nike aired its highly anticipated ad featuring the quarterback known for his social protests during the NFL season opener Thursday night.The spot highlighting the former 49ers quarterback locked in a grievance with the league aired during the first ad break in the third quarter of the Eagles-Falcons game, which started with no overt demonstrations by players during the national anthem.A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that Kaepernick was watching the ad's first television airing on NBC at an event held at Nike's world headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because details of the visit were not announced publicly.Still, some attendees posted accounts of the visit on social media, including video of Kaepernick speaking to a crowd Thursday several hours before the ad aired."You have to think beyond what you see around you," said Kaepernick, who hasn't spoken to the media publicly since opting out of his contract with San Francisco and becoming a free agent in 2017."You have to see the future that you believe in and that you want not just for yourself but all the people you see globally http://www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonli...-warner-jersey ," he said.Kaepernick's deal with Nike for the 30th anniversary of the "Just Do It" campaign was the most polarizing issue in sports this week, prompting heated debate on several topics including athletes protesting social injustice and Nike wading into political waters. Some fans responded to Kaepernick's sponsorship deal by cutting or burning gear with Nike's signature swoosh logo. Others argued the backlash and calls for a Nike boycott showed how debate has morphed beyond how to react to athletes trying to highlight issues like racial inequality and police shootings of unarmed minorities."I don't like what Nike did. I don't think it's appropriate what they did," President Donald Trump said in an interview with Fox News before a rally in Montana. "I honor the flag. I honor our national anthem and most of the people in this country feel the same way."There were no clear-cut protests as "The Star-Spangled Banner" played before the game with both teams on the field and the song broadcasted nationally.Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and defensive end Michael Bennett were on the sideline and neither really demonstrated during the song. Jenkins and Bennett regularly have either knelt or stayed off the field during the anthem to protest social injustice and racial inequality. They have been among the most vocal protesters since Kaepernick began similar demonstrations in 2016. Jenkins stood with teammates while Bennett wandered behind them near the Eagles bench and adjusted his equipment.Jenkins said he thinks players should shift the focus of the debate away from the anthem itself and back to the issues they are trying to highlight."I think there's a huge need for us to turn the attention to not only the issues, but what players are actually doing in their communities to promote change," he said. "We're trying to move past the rhetoric of what's right or what's wrong in terms of the anthem and really focus on the systematic issues that are plaguing our communities."No Falcons players were absent from the sideline and none has protested in the recent past.The anthem has been a particularly thorny issue for the NFL, especially Trump urging owners to bench or fire players who demonstrate. Players say their message has been misconstrued into something against the American flag or the military.Kaepernick's grievance against the league and team owners accuses owners of colluding to keep him off any roster. An arbitrator gave Kaepernick an incremental victory by allowing the challenge to go to trial.Jenkins said Nike's commercial is changing the portrayal of Kaepernick in the public eye."Quite frankly, long after all of this is done (Kaepernick) will be looked at as somebody that changed this sport and changed the dynamics of all athletes in general in our country," Jenkins said.The league and players union still haven't resolved whether players will be punished this season if they choose to kneel or demonstrate during the anthem. Owners approved a policy requiring players to stand if they are on the sideline during the song, allowing them to stay off the field if they wish.But the league and union put that on hold after the Miami Dolphins faced backlash for classifying the protests as conduct potentially detrimental to the team — putting players at risk of fines or suspensions.AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner and sports writer Ben Nuckols contributed to this report.