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Undrafted Free Agents (List Pg 1, 9 Signees so far)

Just signed this guy

6-8 320lb Left Tackle out of Azusa Pacific







Marquardt (6-foot-8, 320) converted from tight end to become a two-year starter at left tackle before missing entire senior year with a hairline foot fracture. At Combine weigh-ins, Marquardt drew comparisons to Ivan Drago among NFL scouts, and Sebastian Vollmer for his on-field ability. He has ideal arm length (34 1/2") and performed an impressive 31 reps on the bench. Marquardt is making a huge jump in competition, but he's an intriguing prospect with left tackle-caliber movement skills. Marquardt underwent another foot surgery on April 18 and is questionable for training camp. An obvious project, he'll have a tough time cracking the 49ers' loaded roster.
Originally posted by Gore_21:
OP who decided to start the thread should update his post and keep a tracker going.

Done. Sorry, was AFK for a while. Update as needed.
Word is they have also signed Darryl Morris, Texas State, DB.

http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=114789&draftyear=2013&genpos=CB - check the 40 time! 4.33 speed is tough to teach.
Next up, Chuck Jacobs, WR, Utah State.

http://www.utahstateaggies.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/042713aae.html
Jim Wyatt says we have signed Tennessee State OL Sherman Carter
Found this list, not sure how reliable it is.

San Francisco 49ers

  • Lawrence Okoye, ATH, England
  • Luke Marquardt, OL, Asuza-Pacific
  • MarQuies Gray, QB/WR/TE, Minnesota
  • Patrick Omameh, OL, Michigan
  • Kevin McDermott, LS, UCLA
  • Chuck Jacobs, WR, Utah State
  • Mike Purcell, DT, Wyoming
  • Alex Debniak, FB/OLB, Stanford
  • Sherman Carter, C, Tennessee State
  • Darryl Morris, CB, Texas State

http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2013-nfl-undrafted-free-agents/2
Originally posted by Youngb:
Found this list, not sure how reliable it is.

San Francisco 49ers

  • Lawrence Okoye, ATH, England
  • Luke Marquardt, OL, Asuza-Pacific
  • MarQuies Gray, QB/WR/TE, Minnesota
  • Patrick Omameh, OL, Michigan
  • Kevin McDermott, LS, UCLA
  • Chuck Jacobs, WR, Utah State
  • Mike Purcell, DT, Wyoming
  • Alex Debniak, FB/OLB, Stanford
  • Sherman Carter, C, Tennessee State
  • Darryl Morris, CB, Texas State

http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2013-nfl-undrafted-free-agents/2

Looks like the same as the list in the first post except for Debniak. I'll check into it and add him if it checks out.
Great signing. He will compete for the back-up OT position.
Two foot surgeries - that is really concerning. Sounds like his foot can't handle his size.
There must be some weird rule about 7th round draft picks because Luke Marquardt is a better LT/RT prospect than Carter Bykowski, Marqueis Grey is a better Swiss Army knife than B.J Daniels and if you going to draft someone who didn't play last year who better than Lawrence Okoye.
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San Francisco 49ers

Lawrence Okoye, ATH, England

Luke Marquardt, OL, Asuza-Pacific

MarQuies Gray, QB/WR/TE, Minnesota

Patrick Omameh, OL, Michigan

Kevin McDermott, LS, UCLA

Chuck Jacobs, WR, Utah State

Mike Purcell, DT, Wyoming

Alex Debniak, FB/OLB, Stanford

Sherman Carter, C, Tennessee State

Darryl Morris, CB, Texas State

http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2013-nfl-undrafted-free-agents/2
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
http://www.nfl.com/draft/2013/profiles/patrick-omameh?id=2539259

Like what i read.

Definitely sounds like a quality backup at both OG spots and maybe even a developmental center given his intelligence/smarts.
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000164809/article/undrafted-freeagent-contracts-for-all-32-nfl-teams
Originally posted by DarkKnight1680:
You still need to go to camp with 90 guys or so, so UFAs are still a part of the process. Sometimes they surprise you, and they are inexpensive.

As for whitner:

Jeff Deeney‏@PFF_Jeff

Donte Whitner's 8 TDs allowed in coverage was the most by any safety this season. Allowed 79.1% comp. and 128.5 QB rating.

Also, in the superbowl he gave up 5 completions including 2 TDS, on only 6 attempts his way.

He makes 3+ million and he can't cover. His biggest strength (stopping the run) isn't as useful on a team where the front 7 are terrific against the run. He needs to be replaced with a guy who is strong in coverage for this team to overcome their pass-defence woes.

We were one of the best teams in the league against the pass before Justin went down and our pass rush vanished.
Originally posted by JamesGatz83:
Originally posted by DarkKnight1680:
You still need to go to camp with 90 guys or so, so UFAs are still a part of the process. Sometimes they surprise you, and they are inexpensive.

As for whitner:

Jeff Deeney‏@PFF_Jeff

Donte Whitner's 8 TDs allowed in coverage was the most by any safety this season. Allowed 79.1% comp. and 128.5 QB rating.

Also, in the superbowl he gave up 5 completions including 2 TDS, on only 6 attempts his way.

He makes 3+ million and he can't cover. His biggest strength (stopping the run) isn't as useful on a team where the front 7 are terrific against the run. He needs to be replaced with a guy who is strong in coverage for this team to overcome their pass-defence woes.

We were one of the best teams in the league against the pass before Justin went down and our pass rush vanished.

So he's a liability among other solid players. The team numbers don't change his terrible individual play. Being bailed out by his pass rush only kept him from being even worse than those numbers. He's never been good in coverage, he makes a fair bit of money, and he's totally unnecessary on a team that is great against the run in the front 7. Cut him, get the cap space back, and employ a more coverage-oriented safety. I'm willing to give up a few extra yards on 1 or 2 run plays a game to have a safety who doesn't make every QB look like Aaron Rodgers having a career game.