Because of a toe injury, Quinton Dial didn't get much of a chance to play in his rookie NFL season. Dial, a 2013 fifth-round pick from Alabama, played in just three games.But as the 49ers head toward their first practice of training camp on July 24, the second-year defensive lineman has some admirers.The 6-foot-6, 318-pounder saw action at nose tackle behind Glenn Dorsey last season and had just one tackle in his three appearances. But in practices, he impressed some teammates and coaches.Defensive coordinator Vic Fangio likes the way Dial moves, especially for a man his size. He's huge, yet quick on his feet. - Kaepernick's New Tattoo: Money is the Root of Evil"That's what we saw when we drafted him," Fangio told a writer for the team's website. "We liked obviously his size and thought he moved well. … And we thought his best football was in front of him. I think he's done a good job since he's gotten here of improving his body. And he's still got a long ways to go. But I think he's a guy that will eventually get there."Niners defensive end Justin Smith, who's been a role model and mentor for Dial, also liked the fact Dial showed a lot of aggressiveness in his limited game...