Niners agree to terms with RB Thomas Clayton

Jul 17, 2007 at 8:33 PM--


Adam Caplan, reporting for Scout.com, reports the San Francisco 49ers have agreed to terms with sixth-round draft pick RB Thomas Clayton on a four-year contract. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Clayton was selected with the 186th overall selection out of Kansas State.

The following is current status of the 49ers' draft selections so far.

SIGNED:
1. (28) OT Joe Staley, Central Michigan
4. (104) DE Jay Moore, Nebraska
4. (135) DT Joe Cohen, Florida
5. (147) CB Tarell Brown, Texas
6. (186) RB Thomas Claytona , Kansas St.

UNSIGNED:
1. (11) LB Patrick Willis, Mississippi
3. (76) WR Jason Hill, Washington State
3. (97) DE Ray McDonald, Florida
4. (126) S Dashon Goldson, Washington



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