But honestly, they *could* take impact-level players at any position except QB and D-Line and it would make loads of sense.
Doug Baldwin, much as we love him, is *not* a #1 WR. Full stop. He's a heck of a Steve Smith-lite, and that's worth a TON in the NFL, but he doesn't command the respect that a Mike Evans or Julio Jones or OBJ, which is what you need in a #1 WR: a board-tilting force that opposing teams can't ignore for even a single snap of the football. So there's opportunity to improve/enhance the WR corps dramatically.
At LB, we're locked in with Wagner and Wright (thank God), but even when Bruce Irvin was here we still didn't have the ideal third LB. A Jack-of-all-trades type would be a good addition to the LB corps, since it would multiply our attack package options if he could come off the edge effectively. Defensive units are the attackers in the NFL, and unpredictability/complexity of scheme *will* confuse the enemy enough to make an impact on the score board.
At DB, we've *obviously* got depth issues. No team in football has a DB corps that features the equal of Thomas, Chancellor and Sherman, which means we're not going to be able to find 'quality' backups for those positions. For us, the drop-off from, say, Sherman to his replacement is going to hurt--a LOT--but it's time they brought in some young, talented players to provide some depth in this unit as well.
Offensive line...meh, I"m ambivalent. As long as Russell can keep Fran Tarkenton-ing around back there, I'm good with the general philosophy they've been adhering to. Of course it would be nice to have one or two rock-solid veterans in the group, but as a fan I've got no problem with a little boom-and-bust.
RB is tricky. We've got Prosise and Rawls which, if the two can stay *reasonably* healthy (12+ games per year each) we really only need one or two veteran stopgaps to feature one of the more dynamic backfields in the league. But if they *can't* stay reasonably healthy, we really do need to draft another potential impact talent and add him to the mix.
The above post is really just a longwinded way of saying: who knows what they're going to do? This is the value of Stars & Scrubs on the gridiron: you perpetually have openings just about EVERYWHERE. And that's a good thing.