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Catawba Safety LJ McCary signed by 49ers
LJ McCray, safety. 215 with a 41 inch vert
Originally posted by strickac:
Originally posted by jordanroberts88:
Who would be some players we could easily part ways with to open some more spots to sign UDFA?

LMJ isn't safe.

I really thought he would be traded this week. It might be a little awkward for him at camp
McCary had a 41 inch vert, ST candidate. Had a draftable grade by Shane Hallam
Originally posted by BigYellowKahuna:
No love for Gator Hoskins?

Forget it... Going to Miami
Originally posted by Travisty13:
McCary had a 41 inch vert, ST candidate. Had a draftable grade by Shane Hallam

6'0, 210, played cornerback as well as safety and was a kickoff returner too.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on May 10, 2014 at 5:14 PM ]
Originally posted by BigYellowKahuna:
No love for Gator Hoskins?

Millard makes him redundant.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by Travisty13:
McCary had a 41 inch vert, ST candidate. Had a draftable grade by Shane Hallam

6'0, 210, played cornerback as well as safety and was a kickoff returner too.

And who doesn't love saying "Catawba"
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by BigYellowKahuna:
No love for Gator Hoskins?

Millard makes him redundant.

and irrelevant
Im surprised that if they signed a safety, they didnt sign Loston.
[ Edited by Butter on May 10, 2014 at 5:20 PM ]
Originally posted by Travisty13:
Morgan Breslin, Lb, signed by 49ers

WORKOUT RESULTS40 YD20 YD10 YD225 BENCHVERTICAL JUMPBROADSHUTTLE3-CONE DRILL4.602.701.5926-09'06"--STRENGTHS WEAKNESSESSTRENGTHS: Possesses a short, stout frame, routinely gets a good jump off the snap and demonstrates the ability to dip at the edge and maintain balance through the corner turn. Maintains a low center of gravity and utilizes leverage against bigger tackles to put them on their heels and make it tough to disrupt his pursuit without grabbing.

Exhibits a strong closing burst once he clears the edge, and does a good job of extending and wrapping up his target. Flashes a quick spin back to the inside, and has adequate agility to redirect with suddenness. Makes good use of head fakes to change direction at the edge and create balance issues for opposing blockers. Good hand quickness to swim or rip back to the inside.



WEAKNESSES: Hip injury and hernia surgery cut his 2013 season short, limiting him to just five games and leaving many to wonder if there will be lasting impact on his explosiveness.



Size limitations and trouble handling the run make it tough to envision even a healthy Breslin being an every down three-point edge rusher at the next level. Struggles to disengage at the point of attack, and lacks the strength to consistently anchor against the run. Does not display power to move opposing blockers with a bull rush, and collapses at the elbow on contact too frequently, rendering him easy to control by strong tackles and even tight ends at times.



--Derek Stephens and Rob Rang (2/12/14)

PLAYER OVERVIEWBreslin exploded onto the Pac-12 in his first season after transferring in from Diablo Valley Community College. The undersized pass-rusher registered 62 tackles and led the team in tackles for loss (19.5) and sacks (13) to earn first-team all-conference accolades in his first season at the FCS level. The production was nothing new for Breslin, who recorded 28 sacks in his two seasons with the Vikings.

While Breslin was a star at defensive end under Monte Kiffin, he was asked to make the transition to outside linebacker in new defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast's 3-4 attack for 2013, and the move didn't slow him down a bit, as he posted 4.5 sacks and 8 tackles for loss in five games.



Unfortunately for Breslin, those five games would be all the action he would see for 2013 as he was plagued by ankle and hip injuries as well as a hernia, and later underwent surgery for the latter two.



Considering that Breslin's ability to rush the quarterback has been his greatest asset as an NFL prospect, the hip and ankle injuries could very well cause NFL teams to hesitate in the first three rounds, which is where his tape indicated he could have been selected. If he's able to fully rebound with no lingering effects, he could end up a mid-to-late round steal.
double post
[ Edited by Ninerjohn on May 10, 2014 at 5:19 PM ]
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Originally posted by Quest4six:
I might be beating a dead horse but Lyerla deserves to be on this list

There is no deserves. He quit on his team. He has not earned anything.
Originally posted by btthepunk:
How about Joe Jon Duncan, TE from Dixie State. Good upside on that kid.

Patriots. Good signing by both parties.
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Originally posted by Travisty13:
Originally posted by btthepunk:
How about Joe Jon Duncan, TE from Dixie State. Good upside on that kid.

Patriots. Good signing by both parties.

woo utah pride