It's that time of year again: NFL Draft Day. Round one takes place tonight beginning at 5 p.m.
The Oakland Raiders have the No. 5 overall pick, while the San Francisco 49ers will be further down in the first round with the 30th pick, assuming they don't trade up.
Should the Raiders target a quarterback? Will the Niners go for a top-notch cornerback? Rotoworld takes a look at Bay Area football teams' draft needs this season.
VIDEO: 49ers' Draft Needs
Four of San Francisco's cornerbacks are not under contract for the upcoming season, so Rotoworld's Josh Norris sees Darqueze Dennard and Phillip Gaines as optimal options for the 49ers to target.
VIDEO: Raiders' Draft Needs
Rotoworld's Josh Norris discusses the Oakland Raider's needs in the 2014 Draft. Norris predicts moves the Raiders might make around the quarterback position since Matt Schaub really is not the right field general for the team.
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- Maiocco's First-round Mock: 49ers Trade Up
- 49ers Draft Needs: Bigger Priority, CB or WR?
- Niners Should Draft Multiple WRs, CBs in First Three Rounds
- Raiders' Best Scenario: Watkins or Evans
- McKenzie's Draft Must Balance Raiders' Present and Future Needs
- Bair's First Round Mock: Raiders Stay Put