Take a look at some of the names being associated with San Francisco's seventh-overall pick.
It's officially draft week and there are only three days remaining until the San Francisco 49ers are on the clock. That means this is the final edition of "Mock Draft Monday" with 17 predictions for which prospect will be the No. 7 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft this Thursday from Chicago.
"If San Diego passes on Tunsil at No. 3 -- which I'm hearing is a distinct possibility -- it's not out of the question that he could slide this far down the board. The 49ers could try to trade back in this situation, but Chip Kelly loves athletic offensive linemen, and Tunsil is a twitchy 310-pounder who excels in pass protection."
Louis Riddick, ESPN: Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State
Daniel Jeremiah, NFL.com: Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame
"Stanley is a steady, consistent player who will be ready to play Day 1."
Charley Casserly, NFL.com: Stanley
"They won when their offensive line was good."
Charles Davis, NFL.com: DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon
"Buckner is an excellent prospect who has plenty of size, power and movement skills. Buckner uses his long arms to keep blockers at bay and to get upfield and make plays."
Lance Zierlein, NFL.com: Myles Jack, LB, UCLA
"If Jack's medicals checkout with the 49ers, why wouldn't they want to add one of the most explosive defenders in this draft? My player comp for Jack is Navorro Bowman so bringing Jack inside to prowl the middle of the 49ers defense would be a natural fit."
Chad Reuter, NFL.com: Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis
"It will be tough for the Niners to pass on a mobile, strong-armed prospect like Lynch. Chip Kelly had a lot of success with Nick Foles in his early days with the Eagles, so there's no reason the same can't be had with Lynch."
Curtis Conway, NFL.com: Tunsil
Peter King, Sports Illustrated: Buckner
"Buckner, at 6-7 and 291, might be the best overall player in the draft."
Matt Miller, Bleacher Report: Stanley
Rob Rang, CBS Sports: Buckner
"The 49ers could opt to rebuild their once proud defense, pairing Buckner with Chip Kelly and his former Oregon teammate Arik Armstead, San Francisco's top pick a year ago. At 6-7, 290 pounds, Buckner is an ideal five-technique defensive end for San Francisco's scheme."
Dane Brugler, CBS Sports: Jack
"There are several teams who will not consider Jack due to his knee injury, but there are also teams who will see the linebacker as worth the risk. And San Francisco might be one of those teams."
Pete Prisco, CBS Sports: Lynch
"I don't think there's much difference between Wentz and Lynch."
Will Brinson, CBS Sports: Stanley
"The 49ers can pick up a franchise left tackle."
Jared Dubin, CBS Sports: Buckner
"The 49ers took Buckner's former Oregon teammate Arik Armstead last season. Pair them on the same defensive line again and you'll get some nice results."
Steve Palazzolo, Pro Football Focus: Tunsil
Josh Norris, Rotoworld: Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor (Pick No. 20 following trade with New York Jets)
"The 49ers need a playmaker on offense. With Chip Kelly's offense focused on recognizing the open receiver in a timely manner, accurate passes lead to yards after catch. There is no better run after catch receiver, or big play threat, in this class than Corey Coleman."