The San Francisco 49ers worked out guard Tyrell Crosby from Oregon last week in his hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada, according to a report from the Sacramento Bee. The team met with him at the NFL Scouting Combine and appears to be doing more homework on the offensive lineman with the draft starting next week.

While a broken foot caused Crosby to miss most of his junior year in 2016, his stock rose after a strong showing at the Senior Bowl in January.

"I like to make myself known on the field," Crosby said in February via the Palm Beach Post. "Off the field, I'm extremely quiet and keep to myself, but when I get out there I want to be the best player on the field. I like to get after it. I like to finish people and be aggressive. I really finish people, then I fall on top of them so they know I'm out there."

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At the NFL Scouting Combine, the 6-foot-5 and 325-pound Crosby had a 40-time of 5.23 seconds, a vertical jump of 30 inches, a broad jump of 105 inches, completed the three-cone drill in 7.89 seconds, had 17 reps in the bench press, and a 20-yard shuttle time of 4.77 seconds.

"According to Pro Football Focus, Crosby didn't allow a sack or even a quarterback hurry while playing left tackle for the Ducks in 2017," wrote Matt Barrows. "Some teams see the 6-5, 325-pound Crosby as a right tackle in the NFL, other teams reportedly are looking at him as a guard." projects Crosby to be a second- or third-round draft pick.

Lance Zierlein of, who compares Crosby to Jeff Allen, wrote the following within his scouting report:

"Evaluators may stick with Crosby at right tackle in the pros, but his issues with hip tightness and gaining enough ground to the edge in pass protection may force a move inside to guard sooner rather than later. Crosby has technical issues to smooth out, but he will appeal to teams who covet size, length and strength as he puts big checkmarks in those boxes. Crosby is a bulldozer who can generate good movement in the run game, but he lacks the body control for desired consistency at tackle or guard. He has NFL starting talent but he may have a limited ceiling."

Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst wrote the following within his scouting report:

"Crosby was a solid college left tackle but projects as a right tackle or guard at the next level. He gets the most from his abilities but has limitations and needs to consistently block with proper fundamentals to have an impact at the next level."


Height: 6-5
Weight: 325 lbs.

NFL Scouting Combine

40-time: 5.23 seconds
Vertical: 30 inches
Broad jump: 105 inches
3-cone drill: 7.89 seconds
Bench press: 17 reps
20-yard shuttle: 4.77 seconds