Ted Ginn Jr.: What Does Baalke’s First Major Move Mean for the 49ers?

April 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Friday, April 16, the San Francisco 49ers sent a fifth round draft pick (the 145th overall in the upcoming draft) to the Miami Dolphins for former Ohio State Buckeye stand-out Ted Ginn Jr.
This marked the first major move for the team since the departure of former GM Scott McCloughan and naming of Trent Baalke as de facto GM. But where does this move leave the 49ers as they approach the draft later this week?
Ginn was taken ninth overall by the Miami Dolphins in the 2007 draft after a strong college career with Ohio State. He posted one of the fastest 40 yard dash times in the history of the NFL combine: just 4.28 seconds.
Ginn’s capabilities as an NFL receiver were questioned by many, and in his young career thus far, those concerns have proved to be quite valid. His return capabilities, however, have been more promising.
In three seasons with the Dolphins, Ginn amassed 92 kick returns longer than 20 yards, a...

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