49ers 2017 Undrafted Free Agent Tracker

Apr 29, 2017 at 4:16 PM--
Updated May 5, 2017 at 11:46 AM


With the 2017 NFL Draft now complete, San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan now focus on signing undrafted free agents.

Below is a running tally of the undrafted players who the team has either signed or reportedly will sign.

Victor Bolden, WR, Oregon State



Kendrick Bourne, WR, Eastern Washington



Matt Breida, RB, Georgia Southern



KD Cannon, WR, Baylor



JP Flynn, OL, Montana State



Zach Franklin, CB, Washburn


Reported by the San Francisco 49ers

Jimmie Gilbert, LB, Colorado



Malik Golden, S, Penn State



Evan Goodman, OL, Arizona State


Reported by NBC Sports Bay Area.

Cole Hikutini, TE, Louisville



Lorenzo Jerome, S, St. Francis



Erik Magnuson, OG, Michigan



Tyler McCloskey, TE, Houston



Nick Mullens, QB, Southern Mississippi



Donavin Newsom, LB, Missouri



Noble Nwachuckwu, DE, West Virginia



Bret Treadway, C, Lamar



Darrell Williams Jr, OT, Western Kentucky



Rookie Minicamp Tryouts


Joey Agustin, WR, Charleston
Reported by the Houston Chronicle

Khary Bailey-Smith, S, Massachusetts
Reported by The Houston Chronicle

Aaron Cox, C, Grand Valley State
Reported by NFL Draft Diamonds

Andrew Eide, OL, BYU
Reported by The Houston Chronicle

Michael Esiobu, WR, Lakeland College/New York Giants
Reported by Michael Esiobu

Taylor Gadbois, OT, Southeastern Louisiana
Reported by NFL Draft Diamonds

Chad Geter, LB, Gardner-Webb
Reported by NFL Draft Diamonds

Tyson Graham, S, South Dakota
Reported by NFL Draft Diamonds

Trevor Heiland, WR, Coe
Reported by NBC Sports Bay Area

Germone Hopper, WR, Clemson
Reported by the Sacramento Bee

Chancellor James, S, Boise State
Reported by NBC Sports Bay Area

B.J. Johnson, WR, Georgia Southern
Reported by The Houston Chronicle

Dallas Lloyd, S, Stanford
Reported by the Sacramento Bee

Jay Mattox, K, Texas-El Paso
Reported by NBC Sports Bay Area

Teldrick Morgan, WR, Maryland
Reported by The Houston Chronicle

Bradley Northnagel, DL, Cal
Reported by Bay Area News Group

Emmanuel Obajimi, WR, Samford
Reported by Bay Area News Group

Jihaad Pretlow, DB, Fordham
Reported by Jihad Pretlow (see tweet below)

David Stevenson, DB, Fayetteville State
Reported by NFL Draft Diamonds

Tyler Stewart, QB, Nevada
Reported by the San Francisco Chronicle

Jameer Thurman, LB, Indiana State
Reported by Indiana State football

Conrad Ukropina, P, Stanford
Reported by Bay Area News Group

DeVante Wilson, DE, Cal
Reported by Bay Area News Group






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