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Saturday’s undrafted free agent signings and 49ers minicamp invites

Apr 30, 2017 at 12:28 AM--

The 2017 NFL Draft concluded on Saturday and the San Francisco 49ers added 10 players to this year's roster. That number is actually 11 if you count a trade with the Denver Broncos that sent running back Kapri Bibbs to San Francisco.

The work didn't stop at the conclusion of the seventh, and final, round of the draft. General manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan got to work on signing undrafted free agents. The 49ers also invited a number of undrafted free agents to try out for the roster at the team's rookie minicamp, which will take place from May 5th through 7th.

Below is a list of the 18 undrafted free agents from Saturday who were reportedly signed by the 49ers or will sign with them. Also listed are the five undrafted free agents who were invited to the rookie minicamp in May. You can also visit our 49ers 2017 Undrafted Free Agent Tracker for an updated list and all of the latest reports.

RELATED 49ers 2017 Undrafted Free Agent Tracker

Jon Toth was reportedly going to sign with the 49ers, but Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that it may not happen and that the Kentucky center remains a free agent.

Signed or Will Sign

Victor Bolden, WR, Oregon State
Reported by Victor Bolden

Kendrick Bourne, WR, Eastern Washington
Reported by

Matt Breida, RB, Georgia Southern
Reported by

KD Cannon, WR, Baylor
Reported by NFL Draft Diamonds

Andrew Eide, OL, BYU
Reported by the Houston Chronicle

JP Flynn, OL, Montana State
Reported by

Jimmie Gilbert, LB, Colorado
Reported by The Denver Post

Malik Golden, S, Penn State
Reported by

Cole Hikutini, TE, Louisville
Reported by NFL Network

Lorenzo Jerome, S, St. Francis
Reported by Pro Football Spot

Erik Magnuson, OG, Michigan
Reported by Erik Magnuson

Tyler McCloskey, TE, Houston
Reported by the Houston Chronicle

Nick Mullens, QB, Southern Mississippi
Reported by the Hattiesburg American

Donavin Newsom, LB, Missouri
Reported by the Columbia Daily Tribune

Noble Nwachuckwu, DE, West Virginia
Reported by Dub-V Nation

Jihaad Pretlow, DB, Fordham
Reported by Jihaad Pretlow

Bret Treadway, C, Lamar
Reported by NFL Draft Diamonds

Darrell Williams Jr, OT, Western Kentucky
Reported by Western Kentucky football

Minicamp Tryout

Joey Agustin, WR, Charleston
Reported by the Houston Chronicle

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

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

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

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

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