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49ers on hand at San Jose State pro day

Mar 14, 2017 at 1:31 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers made the 15-minute trip down Highway 101 to be there for San Jose State's pro day. Representatives for the 49ers were on hand, according to the Sacramento Bee.


16 players from the Spartans' 2016 squad were expected to participate at the pro day. They are listed below.

Mark Amann LB
Dominic Barnes DB
LeVander Brown TE
Deontae Cooper RB
Tim Crawley WR
Billy Freeman TE
Isaiah Irving DE
Dontonio Jordan WR
Cedric Lousi DE
Alex Manigo LB
Nick Oreglia DE
Kenny Potter QB
Shane Smith RB
Epie Sona LB
Christian Tago LB
Eugene Taylor DE

The 49ers have been making their rounds to observe draft prospects at college pro days. On Saturday, they were seen at the pro day for the University of Washington.

On Friday, there were team representatives watching Army prospects and in attendance at Rutger's pro day. 49ers representatives have also been seen at the pro days for Oklahoma, Wyoming, and other schools.

The 2017 NFL Draft kicks off on April 27.





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