49ers met with Chattanooga OL Corey Levin

Mar 30, 2017 at 6:53 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers were among the 15 teams at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on Thursday for the football program's pro day. Among the top prospects from the school was OL Corey Levin, who met with the 49ers, per NFL Draft Diamonds.


Levin won a starting job along the Mocs' offensive line as a freshman. Over the next two seasons, he started all 27 games for the program playing both left tackle and left guard, and was named the Jacobs Blocking Trophy winner in both years. Levin played left guard during his senior year and was a first-team All-SoCon pick.

Levin didn't run the 40-yard dash at the pro day on Friday but participated in other drills. "Well I really worked on snapping the ball and playing center," Levin said. "I've had a few team workouts. I talked to the coaches. They were testing me on my IQ. Seeing if I could make line calls, and call a defense from the center position."



Lance Zierlein of NFL Media had the following to say in his scouting report:

"Levin would benefit from additional weight and muscle on his frame, but he does have tools to work with. He has enough athletic ability to fit with a team who wants to get their guards into space and he might have enough functional balance and core strength to hold up as a base blocker. If Levin can snap and give a team center/guard roster flexibility, he should increase his chances of sticking on a roster."

Measurables


Height: 6-4
Weight: 307 lbs.
Arm length: 33 1/2 inches
Hand length: 10 7/8 inches

NFL Scouting Combine


40-time: 5.16 seconds
Vertical: 26.5 inches
Broad jump: 106 inches
3-cone drill: 7.55 seconds
Bench press: 26 reps
20-yard shuttle: 4.73 seconds





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