49ers will host 43 prospects during local pro day

Apr 12, 2017 at 11:38 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers are holding their local pro day on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Pacific at the team's facility in Santa Clara. The prospects will have an opportunity to work out for the 49ers coaching staff and scouts.

The local pro day will feature athletes from college programs in the area like Stanford, Cal, and San Jose State. Draft prospects from the Bay Area who played for college teams elsewhere are also eligible to take part.

49ers general manager John Lynch and participating players will be available to speak to the media following the workout.

The 49ers currently have 10 selections in the upcoming draft, which kicks off on April 27 in Philadelphia.

The following is a list of the 43 attendees for the workout session.

Defensive Back (6)

Dominic Barnes, SJSU
Akil Bordelon, Concord
Jamal Mayo, Hawaii
Damariay Drew, Cal
Dallas Lloyd, Stanford
Khari Vanderbilt, Cal

Defensive Line (5)

Isaiah Irving, SJSU
T.J. Daniel, Oregon
DeVante Wilson, Cal
Nehemiah Mitchell, Vanderbilt
Nick Oreglia, SJSU

Linebacker (6)

Noor Davis, Stanford
Hardy Nickerson, Illinois
Kenneth Olugbode, Colorado
Chris Santini, Cal Poly
Christian Tago, SJSU
Victor Egu, Yale

Offensive Line (5)

Leo Kolomatangi, Hawaii
Kiola Mahoni, Louisville
Jake Simonich, Utah State
Steven Moore, Cal
Freddie Tagaloa, Cal

Running Back (4)

Jahray Hayes, Central Michigan
Khalfani Muhammad, Cal
Raysean Pringle, Southern Utah
Shane Osberg-Smith, SJSU

Quarterback (4)

Garrett Anderson, Connecticut
Bart Houston, Wisconsin
Ricky Lloyd, Minnesota State
Kenny Potter, SJSU

Tight End (2)

Billy Freeman, SJSU
Nehemiah Winston, UC Davis

Wide Receiver (8)

Tim Crawley, SJSU
Troy Doles, Brown
D.J. Jones, Ole Miss
Kevin Kutchera, South Alabama
Francis Owusu, Stanford
Michael Rector, Stanford
Willie Tucker, Cal Poly
Kenny Walker, UCLA

Specialist (3)

Conrad Ukropina, K, Stanford
Brodie Nakama, LS, Hawaii
Bradley Northnagel, LS, Cal

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