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49ers 2018 Pre-Draft Visit/Meeting Tracker

Mar 28, 2018 at 3:57 PM--
Updated Apr 25, 2018 at 9:21 PM


This list will grow as the 2018 NFL Draft quickly approaches. The San Francisco 49ers have been formally and informally meeting with potential draft selections since January and are permitted to host up to 30 players for visits at the team's headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Those visitors are not allowed to work out for the team unless they are local prospects.

The 49ers' local pro day, which featured prospects from the surrounding area, took place on April 18 in Santa Clara. Participants at the local pro day did not count against the team's 30-player limit. The 49ers can host an unlimited number of local prospects.

Below is a breakdown of the known meetings between potential draft selections and 49ers representatives as reported by various media sources. The representatives could be members of the coaching staff, the front office, and/or team scouts. 49ers draft picks and scheduled visits to the team's headquarters are listed first.

Please check back often for the latest information.

49ers Draft Picks


Round 1: No. 9 overall (own pick)
Round 2: No. 59 overall (from Saints, 2017)
Round 3: No. 70 overall (from Bears, 2017)
Round 3: No. 74 overall (own pick)
Round 4: No. 128 overall (from Steelers, Vance McDonald trade)
Round 5: No. 143 overall (from Jets, Rashard Robinson trade)
Round 6: No. 184 overall (own pick)
Round 7: No. 223 overall (from Dolphins, Daniel Kilgore trade)
Round 7: No. 240 overall (from Chiefs, Kenneth Acker trade)

49ers Pre-Draft Visits (30 allowed)


LB Jerome Baker, Ohio State (April 6, Rotoworld)
CB Chris Campbell, Penn State (NFL Network)
LB Lorenzo Carter (April 5, NFL Network)
C James Daniels, Iowa (Hawkeye Nation)
LB Tremaine Edmunds, Virginia Tech (Sacramento Bee)
DB Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama (April 10, Sacramento Bee)
CB Josh Jackson, Iowa (April 16, NBC Sports Bay Area)
DE Arden Key, LSU (NFL.com)
DE Harold Landry, Boston College (NFL Network)
CB Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State (Rotoworld)
OT Brian O'Neill, Pittsburgh (April 11, NBC Bay Area)
LB Foye Oluokun, Yale (NFLDraftScout.com)
WR Dante Pettis, Washington (April 9, NBC Sports Bay Area)
C/G Billy Price, Ohio State (Sacramento Bee)
WR Byron Pringle, Kansas State (Houston Chronicle)
LB Roquan Smith, Georgia (April 17, Macon Telegraph)
WR Auden Tate, Florida State (April 4, NBC Sports Bay Area)
LB Kemoko Turay, Rutgers (April 17, Rotoworld)
CB Denzel Ward, Ohio State (April 5, NFL Network)
LB Fred Warner, BYU (April 16, NBC Sports Bay Area)
S Kyzir White, West Virginia (April 9, NBC Sports Bay Area)

Local Pro Day (April 18)


Click here for a complete list of the 50 attendees

School or Player Pro Days


WR Deontez Alexander, Franklin College (Draft Diamonds)
CB Tony Brown, Alabama (Draft Analyst)
WR Deontay Burnett, USC (Fourth and Nine)
RB Trenton Cannon, Virginia State (Draft Analyst)
DE Marcus Davenport, UTSA (Sacramento Bee)
LB Frank Ginda, San Jose State (Sacramento Bee)
WR Devin Gray, Cincinnati (Draft Analyst)
DT P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State (Draft Analyst, Draft Diamonds)
CB Chris Hardeman, Houston Baptist (Houston Chronicle)
WR/RB/PR Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh (Houston Chronicle)
QB Chad Kanoff, Princeton (Draft Analyst)
TE Ben Johnson, Kansas (Draft Diamonds)
RB Ronald Jones, USC (Fourth and Nine)
WR D.J. Moore, Maryland (Eagles Wire)
LB Uchenna Nwosu, USC (Draft Analyst)
LB Dorian O'Daniel, Clemson (Draft Analyst)
LB Matt Oplinger, Yale (Draft Analyst)
CB Darius Phillips, Western Michigan (Draft Analyst)
TE Dalton Schultz, Stanford (Draft Analyst)
WR Brandon Shed, Hobart (Draft Diamonds)
DL Jullian Taylor, Temple (Draft Analyst)
DL Jacob Tuioti-Mariner, UCLA (agent)

Private or Semi-private Workouts/Meetings


DT Abdullah Anderson, Bucknell (Houston Chronicle)
DE Dorance Armstrong, Kansas (Houston Chronicle)
C Evan Brown, SMU (Sacramento Bee)
G Alex Cappa, Humboldt State (NBC Sports Bay Area)
S Chris Cooper, Stoney Brook (Draft Diamonds)
G Austin Corbett, Nevada (Sacramento Bee)
OT Tyrell Crosby, Oregon (Sacramento Bee)
TE Ross Dwelley, USD (Draft Analyst)
CB Marloshawn Franklin, California (agent)
OL Mason Gentry, SMU (Sacramento Bee)
OL Matthew Gono, Wesley (Draft Analyst)
DE Demone Harris, University of Buffalo (Draft Diamonds)
DB Kameron Kelly, San Diego State (Houston Chronicle)
DE Arden Key, LSU (NFL.com)
C Scott Quessenberry, UCLA (Sacramento Bee)
OT Kolton Miller, UCLA (Draft Analyst)
LB Uchenna Nwosu, USC (Sacramento Bee)
CB Isaiah Oliver, Colorado (Sacramento Bee)
T Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T (Rotoworld)
WR Vyncint Smith, Limestone College (NFL Draft Bible)
CB Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State (Draft Analyst)
DE Josh Sweat, Florida State (Draft Analyst)

NFL Scouting Combine (Feb 27-Mar 5)


RB Saquon Barkley, Penn State (Sacramento Bee)
WR Deontay Burnett, USC (The Athletic)
DE Bradley Chubb, NC State (press conference)
OT Tyrell Crosby, Oregon (NFL Draft Insider)
DE Marcus Davenport, UTSA (press conference)
RB Royce Freeman, Oregon (Sacramento Bee)
RB Ronald Jones, USC (Sacramento Bee)
DE Harold Landry, Boston College (press conference)
OT Kolton Miller, UCLA (press conference)
DE Josh Sweat, Florida State (Sacramento Bee)

Senior Bowl (Jan 22-27)


C Bradley Bozeman, Alabama (Walter Football)
CB Christian Campbell, Penn State (Walter Football)
WR Michael Gallup, Colorado State (Walter Football)
DE Da'Shawn Hand, Alabama (Walter Football)
S Trayvon Henderson, Hawaii (Walter Football)
QB Kyle Lauletta, Richmond (Breaking Football)
CB Siran Neal, Jacksonville State (Walter Football)
DT Harrison Phillips, Stanford (Walter Football)
G Skyler Phillips, Idaho State (Walter Football)
WR Byron Pringle, Kansas State (Walter Football)
DT Nathan Shepherd, Fort Hays State (Walter Football)
LB Fred Warner, BYU (Walter Football)

East-West Shrine Game (Jan 15-20)


WR Regis Cibasu, University of Montreal (Walter Football)
OT Zachary Crabtree, Oklahoma (Walter Football)
S Tre Flowers, Oklahoma State (Walter Football)
CB Davontae Harris, Illinois State (Walter Football)
RB D'Ernest Johnson, USF (Walter Football)
OT Mark Korte, Alberta (Walter Football)
OT Jamar McGloster, Syracuse (Walter Football)
DT Bilal Nichols, Delaware (Walter Football)
LB Jacob Pugh, Florida State (Walter Football)
DE Chad Thomas, Miami (Walter Football)
LB Matthew Thomas, Florida State (Walter Football)
WR Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State (Walter Football)

College Gridiron Showcase (Jan 6-10)


CB Devron Davis, Texas-San Antonio (Rotoworld)

Other Expressed Interest


DE Patrick Afriyie, Colgate (Houston Chronicle)
WR Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State (Draft Analyst)
WR Daurice Fountain, Northern Iowa (Draft Diamonds)
CB Tre Herndon, Vanderbilt (Houston Chronicle)

Know of another meeting or workout with a player? Let us know.





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