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49ers 2019 Pre-Draft Visit/Meeting Tracker

Mar 22, 2019 at 1:38 PM--
Updated Apr 30, 2019 at 8:49 AM

This list will grow as the 2019 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 players are not allowed to work out for the team unless they are local prospects, who do not count against the 30-player limit.

The 49ers' local pro day, which featured prospects from the surrounding area, took place on April 17 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 draft prospects 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.

Dates (if known) of the meeting or workout are listed in addition to who reported the news first.

Please check back often for updates.

49ers Draft Picks (as of the start of the draft)

  • Round 1, No. 2 overall
  • Round 2, pick 4, No. 36 overall
  • Round 3, pick 3, No. 67 overall
  • Round 4, pick 2, No. 104 overall
  • Round 6, pick 3, No. 176 overall
  • Round 6, pick 39, No. 212 overall (compensatory selection)

The 49ers traded their fifth-round pick for Laken Tomlinson in 2017 and their seventh-round pick for Shon Coleman in 2018.

49ers Pre-Draft Visits (30 allowed)

LB Josh Allen, Kentucky (Apr 3, NBC Sports Bay Area)
CB Blessuan Austin, Rutgers (Draft Diamonds)
DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State (Apr 11, NBC Sports Bay Area)
WR A.J. Brown, Mississippi (Apr 16, The Athletic)
DE Brian Burns, Florida State (Brian Burns)
WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State (Apr 16, NBC Sports Bay Area)
TE Noah Fant, Iowa (SiriusXM)
OL Drew Forbes, Southeast Missouri State (Sports Illustrated)
LB Terrill Hanks, New Mexico State (Apr 16, NFL Network)
CB Tim Harris, Virginia (NFL Network)
WR N'Keal Harry, Arizona State (Apr 15, Draft Analyst)
WR Jalen Hurd, Baylor (Apr 16, NFL Network)
CB Justin Layne, Michigan State (The Athletic)
TE Tyree Mayfield, Wyoming (Apr 16, NFL Network)
CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison (Houston Chronicle)
WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina (Apr 16, The Athletic)
TE Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M (NFL Network)
DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State (Apr 5, NFL Network)
CB Derrek Thomas, Baylor (Houston Chronicle)
WR Preston Williams, Colorado State (Draft Diamonds)
DT Quinnen Williams, Alabama (Apr 2, NFL Network)

Michigan DL Rashan Gary's scheduled visit with the 49ers will no longer happen, per The Athletic.

Arkansas LB Dre Greenlaw was scheduled to visit with the 49ers but the team canceled it.

Local Pro Day (April 17)

Click here for a complete list of the 63 attendees

School or Player Pro Days

WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford (Apr 4, The Athletic)
CB Blessuan Austin, Rutgers (Mar 16, Draft Analyst)
P Jake Bailey, Stanford (Apr 4, The Athletic)
DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State (Mar 20, The MMQB)
WR Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State (Mar 20, San Francisco Chronicle)
LB Joe Giles-Harris, Duke (Mar 26, Draft Analyst)
LB Terez Hall, Missouri (Mar 21, Draft Analyst)
CB Tim Harris, Virginia (Mar 28, Draft Analyst)
WR N'Keal Harry, Arizona State (Mar 27, NFL Network)
CB Tae Hayes, Appalachian State (Houston Chronicle)
RB Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska (Mar 7, Draft Analyst)
LB Brandon Payer, Colorado State-Pueblo (Mar 12, Houston Chronicle)
WR Shawn Poindexter, Arizona (Mar 16, Arizona Daily Star)
FB Joe Protheroe, Cal Poly (Mar 22, School Website)
LB Deonte Roberts, Rutgers (Mar 16, Draft Analyst)
OL Maurice Simba, Concordia (Mar 12, Draft Diamonds)
DT Chris Slayton, Syracuse (Mar 18, Draft Analyst)
LB Connor Strachan, Boston College (Mar 20, Draft Analyst)
OT Brian Wallace, Arkansas (Mar 11, Draft Analyst)
LB Ryan Watson, Air Force (Mar 12, Houston Chronicle)
S LaDarius Wiley, Vanderbilt (Mar 12, Draft Analyst)
DT Quinnen Williams, Alabama (Mar 19, NFL Network)
LB Dedrick Young, Nebraska (Mar 7, Draft Analyst)
RB Marquis Young, UMass (Mar 21, Draft Analyst)

Private or Semi-private Workouts/Meetings

DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State (The MMQB)
LB Emeke Egbule, Houston (Houston Chronicle)
P Jack Fox, Rice (NBC Sports Bay Area)
DE Chuck Harris, Buffalo (Houston Chronicle)
S Cameron Glenn, Wake Forest (Houston Chronicle)
OL Brandon Hitner, Villanova (Yahoo Sports)
WR Jalen Hurd, Baylor (John Lynch)
WR KeeSean Johnson, Fresno State (San Francisco Chronicle)
QB T.J. Linta, Wagner (Draft Analyst)
OL Brendan Moore, Maryland (Houston Chronicle)
CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison (Houston Chronicle)
LB E.J. Speed, Tarleton State (NFL Network)
WR DeAndre Thompkins, Penn State (Houston Chronicle)
LB Tre Watson, Maryland (Houston Chronicle)
LS Chris Wilkerson, Stephen F. Austin State (NBC Sports Bay Area)
DT Quinnen Williams, Alabama (NFL Network)
P Mitch Wishnowsky, Utah (Wishnowsky)

NFL Scouting Combine (Feb 26-Mar 4)

DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State (The Athletic)
WR A.J. Brown, Ole Miss (The Athletic)
WR Andy Isabella, UMass (Sacramento Bee)
WR D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss (NBC Sports Bay Area)
DE Charles Omenihu, Texas (Houston Chronicle)
DE/LB Jachai Polite, Florida (Pewter Report)
WR Riley Ridley, Georgia (Sacramento Bee)
WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina (Sacramento Bee)

Senior Bowl (Jan 21-26)

49ers staff coached the South squad. View full rosters

S Nasir Adderley, Delaware (Walter Football)
S Marquise Blair, Utah (Walter Football)
DE L.J. Collier, TCU (Walter Football)
LB Deshaun Davis, Auburn (Walter Football)
DE Carl Granderson, Wyoming (Walter Football)
WR Anthony Johnson, Buffalo (Walter Football)
LB David Long, West Virginia (Walter Football)
LB Bobby Okereke, Stanford (Walter Football)
S Khari Willis, Michigan State (Walter Football)
DT Renell Wren, Arizona State (Walter Football)

East-West Shrine Game (Jan 14-19)

S Tyree Kinnel, Michigan (Walter Football)
DT/NT Daylon Mack, Texas A&M (Walter Football)
DE Derick Roberson, Sam Houston State (Walter Football)
WR Cody Thompson, Toledo (Walter Football)
WR Terry Wright, Purdue (Walter Football)

Other Expressed Interest

DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State (NBC Sports Bay Area)
Spoke with John Lynch in Pasadena prior to the Rose Bowl

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

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