With the NFL draft only two days away, the 49ers are in a wide receiver quandary. First, they could use a speedster to threaten down field and create space for other receivers. However, faster receivers tend to be smaller and often the under 6-foot set can get gobbled up at the line of scrimmage by bigger, press cornerbacks.

Any time the 49ers consider making any move, they have to take the Seahawks into account and nobody has bigger press cornerbacks than they do.

That’s why the team’s rumored interest in LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. could be worrisome. Beckham ran a 4.38 40-yard dash at the college scouting combine and his shuttle runs and three-cone drills were excellent. However, his strength is below average (seven reps at 225 pounds) and, sometimes, he treads lightly going over the middle.

Also, few receivers make an impact at his size (5-11, 198). Among the diminutive, only DeSean Jackson at 5-10, 175 pounds is a top flight receiver. The best receivers are usually big like Calvin Johnson (6-5, 240 pounds), Josh Gordon (6-3 220), Alshun Jeffrey (6-4, 230), Andre Johnson (6-3, 220) and Jordy Nelson (6-3, 215).