The San Francisco 49ers figure to have a lot of competition in the offseason contest to start opposite cornerback Richard Sherman. The team could add to that competition during the upcoming draft.

San Francisco had a one-on-one meeting with cornerback Tim Harris at Virginia's pro day on Thursday, according to Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst.

"Cornerback Tim Harris, who performed well during Shrine Game practices, put up some incredible testing marks," wrote Pauline. "Harris measured 6016 and 197 pounds and hit 39 inches in the vertical and 11-foot-7 in the broad. His times in the 40 ranged from the high 4.3s to the low 4.4s."

Pauline reports that Harris also met with seven other teams, including the Carolina Panthers, Green Bay Packers, and Los Angeles Chargers.

"The senior is an interesting story, as he looked like a legitimate top-100 pick early in his UVA career before injuries derailed him," added Pauline.

Harris, who was a four-star recruit out of high school, registered 109 tackles, four interceptions, 17 passes defensed, and one fumble recovery in six seasons at Virginia.

Yes, six seasons.

Harris was injured just two games into his senior year and missed the remainder of the 2016 season. He suffered a wrist injury during the opener of his redshirt senior season in 2017. Harris was granted a sixth year of eligibility and recorded 36 combined tackles, two interceptions, and four passes defensed through 11 games in his final season with the Cavaliers.

"So in 2016, I tore my labrum in my shoulder during fall camp," Harris recently told Andrew DiCecco of Eagles Wire. "I tried to play through it, but it just didn't work out — it kept popping out of place. My coach thought it was a good idea for me to get surgery. The next year, I came back healthy and strong, and I get into the first game of the season (2017) — and I break my wrist pretty bad. That was a huge setback for me, and made me wonder where did I want to go with this whole football thing.

"I got a chance to come back for a sixth year, which was something I really wanted to do, because there was still a lot of things I wanted to accomplish at the University of Virginia. The time I had off really made me cherish how much I love football and how much I wanted to get back on the field."