Several NFL teams were on hand for Nebraska's pro day on Thursday. Running back Devine Ozigbo is drawing interest from three of those teams, including the San Francisco 49ers, per Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst.

"While I'm still waiting on a few additional numbers I'm told the running back weighed in at 220-pounds, one more than the Shrine," writes Pauline. "He touched 37-inches in the vertical jump, completed 19 reps on the bench and timed as fast as 4.54s in the forty."

Pauline names the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints as the other teams expressing interest in Ozigbo.

Ozigbo rushed for 1,082 yards on 155 carries with 12 touchdowns through 12 games as a senior with the Cornhuskers in 2018, according to Sports Reference. He also added 23 receptions for 203 receiving yards this past season.

The 49ers, along with the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns, also showed "a lot of interest" in linebacker Dedrick Young, reports Pauline.

"Young, who measured 6017/233 lbs, completed 27 reps on the bench, touched 37 inches on the vertical jump and 10-feet-1-inch in the broad jump," writes Pauline. "I'm hearing Young timed as fast as 4.45s in the forty and just about everyone had him under 4.5s."

Young recorded 80-or-more combined tackles in each of his last two seasons with the Cornhuskers. He registered a career-high 83 combined tackles, three for a loss, an interception, and five passes defensed through 12 games as a senior in 2018.