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49ers representatives in attendance at Washington’s pro day

Mar 11, 2017 at 11:31 AM--


The University of Washington is holding its pro day workout for draft prospects on Saturday. According to Ethan Young of Bleacher Report, San Francisco 49ers representatives are among those in attendance.



Among those participating in the pro day are WR John Ross, CB Sidney Jones, and S Budda Baker, per NFL Media.

While 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan and his coaching staff have been primarily focused on researching potential free agents since being hired in February, general manager John Lynch and his staff have been focused on the NFL Draft, which is set to kick off at the end of April. Although, there has likely been some crossover.

According to John Shideler, who covers Army, 49ers representatives were at that pro day on Friday.


The 49ers were also in attendance at Rutger's pro day on Friday, per Ryan Dunleavy‏ of NJ.com.


49ers representatives have also been seen at the pro days for Oklahoma, Wyoming, and other schools.



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