UNH CB Casey DeAndrade has private workout with 49ers

Apr 14, 2017 at 9:46 AM--


University of New Hampshire cornerback Casey DeAndrade had private workouts with both the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks, per NFL Draft Diamonds.


DeAndrade has played in 53 games through four years with the Wildcats. During that time, he had 285 tackles, nine interceptions, and 53 passes defended. DeAndrade, who is 5-foot-11 and 216 pounds, ran a 4.50 40-yard dash and has experience playing cornerback, safety, nickel, and as a returner on special teams. He has 1,373 yards as a kick and punt returner.



DeAndrade hopes to get a shot in the NFL like former New Hampshire defensive backs Corey Graham and Jerry Azumah. "It would be incredible," he said. "Corey has had a phenomenal career. Jerry Azumah had a great career. In just be an honor to be mentioned in the same sentence as these guys. But It's surprising; I feel like more people from New Hampshire should be in the NFL. "

The last player to be drafted out of New Hampshire was Graham in 2007.

Year G Tkl PBU Int Yds
2013 14 69 20 3 18
2014 14 69 13 1 8
2015 12 76 10 2 0
2016 13 71 10 3 55
Totals 53 285 53 9 81





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