2012 Team Outlook: San Francisco
RB Anthony Dixon, SF (RB - #98) - Not Draft Worthy
Buried on the tailback depth chart, Dixon has been moved to fullback where he has a good chance to see some action, but a poor chance of being a fantasy contributor.
RB Brandon Jacobs, --- (RB - #65) - Gamble (high risk)
After just two seasons the 49ers seem ready to move on from Anthony Dixon, who was drafted to be the team's short-yardage bruiser. Brandon Jacobs will now compete with him for that role, though neither is assured of a roster spot come September. Jacobs turns 30 this summer and will have a tough time staying relevant in a crowded backfield.
RB Bruce Miller, SF (RB - #111) - Not Draft Worthy
A pure blocking fullback in the old school mold, Miller started eight games for the 49ers last season averaging 11 total yards per game. He is a fantasy non-entity.
WR Michael Crabtree, SF (WR - #38) - Solid/Safe Pick
The 49ers made receiver a position of priority this offseason. The new additions, rather than stealing valuable looks from Crabtree, will help occupy defenses and free him up. A three-wide set with Crabtree, Mario Manningham and Randy Moss could be devastating.
WR A.J. Jenkins, SF (WR - #103) - Dynasty Only
Jenkins is a high-profile rookie who will tempt owners on fantasy draft day. Just keep in mind who he's competing with. He's got all the upside in the world, but is unlikely to step in and shine from day one. Expect him to play a part-time role unless there's an injury to one of the big three veterans.
WR Ted Ginn, CAR - Deep-league Only
A kick returner and underperforming wideout, Ginn Jr. isn't worth drafting in standard fantasy leagues.