Take a look at some of the names being associated with San Francisco's seventh-overall pick.
We are 108 days away from the 2016 NFL Draft, set to take place from April 28-30 at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago.
And even though that's more than three months away, draft analysts are already beginning to churn out mock drafts. We will cover these predictions all the way up until draft day and share the names that are linked with you San Francisco 49ers.
The current conjectures are little more than throwing darts at the wall, but mock drafts are always fun nonetheless. Analysts will continue to hone in on their forecasts as events like the Senior Bowl, the NFL Scouting Combine and NFL free agency take place.
Here are the prospects who analysts say the 49ers could select with the seventh-overall pick.
Matt Miller, Bleacher Report: Jared Goff, QB, California
"Jared Goff is a Bay Area kid. He grew up loving the 49ers. He's accurate, poised, smart and crafty. And with the 49ers having a huge need at the position, Goff is not only the best value here, but also the best possible player to build this new offense around."
Rob Rang, CBS Sports: Goff
"Goff, a Bay Area native who grew up a 49ers fan and wore No. 16 at Cal as tribute to Joe Montana, would be a logical option. He possesses the awareness, accuracy and functional mobility this team is currently lacking at the position."
Dane Brugler, CBS Sports: Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis
"With Blaine Gabbert under contract through the 2016 season, Lynch won't be asked to start right away, but can sit and develop at his own pace, giving San Francisco a long-term option at the position."
Chris Burke, Sports Illustrated: Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame
"Stanley is a top-10 option with experience on both the left and right sides. The 6'5" tackle uses his long arms and quick footwork to get defenders moving. With Joe Staley turning 32 this summer, planning for the future at left tackle is a smart play."
Josh Norris, Rotoworld.com: Goff
"There would be massive pressure with this selection, as Goff wears No. 16 for Joe Montana. Goff made so many highlight reel bucket throws this season."
Dan Kadar, SB Nation: Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss
Steve Serby, New York Post: Goff
Walter Cherepinsky, walterfootball.com: Lynch
"It's sounding like Paxton Lynch could be the top quarterback in this class, as he has the most upside. It's close between him and Jared Goff though, as neither is anywhere close to a can't-miss prospect. However, both should be chosen in the top 15, given how quarterback-starved most of the NFL is."
Charlie Campbell, walterfootball.com: Lynch
"To me, Lynch looks like a mix of Blake Bortles and Brock Osweiler as a prospect in terms of athletic skill set. In 2015, Lynch completed 67 percent of his passes for 3,778 yards with 28 touchdowns and three interceptions. His arm can make all the throws for the pro game, and he flashed the ability to pass accurately with precise completions into tight windows. Additionally, Lynch has the athleticism to make plays with his feet and throw on the run."