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Watch an emotional Jihaad Pretlow get a call from the 49ers

Apr 29, 2017 at 8:07 PM--


Fordham DB Jihaad Pretlow, an undrafted free agent, is heading to the San Francisco 49ers. Sports Illustrated posted a video of an emotional Pretlow as he received a phone call from the 49ers – obviously very happy to be given a shot at making an NFL team.

The video might just make your day.


Pretlow won 2016 second-team All-Patriot League honors at both defensive back and as return specialist. He led the Patriot League and ranked fifth in the NCAA FCS in kickoff return average. In 2015, he earned All-Patriot League honors and led the team in pass breakups.

(h/t to Zain Naqvi)





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