NFL Draft 2012: San Francisco 49ers Look At Juron Criner, Marvin McNutt, Keenan Robinson

The San Francisco 49ers know very well they should be looking at a wide receiver with their first pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, especially based off their performance in the NFC Championship where they got no help from their men on the outside. So it makes sense that they would be examining wideouts at the 2012 Senior Bowl.

Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country was at Senior Bowl practice, and examined the 49ers being interested in former Arizona wide receiver Juron Criner and former Iowa wide receiver Marvin McNutt Jr. Both of them are big physical receivers that could very well fit into the hard-hitting offense that Jim Harbaugh Linebacker Keenan Robinson was also examined, potentially to fill in more depth at the linebacking corps.

To discuss the 49ers picking any of these guys, check out Niners Nation. To talk about Criner with Wildcat fans, head on over to Arizona Desert Swarm. To learn more about McNutt from Iowa fans, Black Heart Gold Pants is where to go. To find out about Robinson from Texas fans, check out Burnt Orange Nation.

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