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49ers 2020 Undrafted Free Agent Tracker

Apr 25, 2020 at 4:09 PM--
Updated Apr 26, 2020 at 9:47 AM


With the 2020 NFL Draft now complete, San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan have shifted their focus on signing undrafted free agents.

Below is a running tally of the undrafted players who the team has either signed or will reportedly sign. The 49ers will eventually make an official announcement of all of their undrafted rookie signings.

Signing with the 49ers


CB DeMarkus Acy, Missouri
Source: Peter Baugh, The Athletic
Measurables: 6-2, 195lb
Notes: All-SEC corner in 2018 and was a team captain. He didn't receive a Combine invite.

RB Salvon Ahmed, Washington
Source: Matt Barrows, The Athletic
Measurables: 5-11, 197lb
Notes: Rushed for 1,020 yards and 11 touchdowns on 188 attempts as a junior in 2019. He also caught 50 passes for 331 yards in his three years with the Huskies.
Contract: Includes $50,000 guaranteed, including $40,000 guaranteed base salary, and $10,000 signing bonus, per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

DL Darrion Daniels, Nebraska
Source: Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
Measurables: 6-4, 340lb
Contract: Includes $105,000 guaranteed, including $80,000 guaranteed base salary, and $20,000 signing bonus, per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

WR Chris Finke, Notre Dame
Source: Tom Pelissero, NFL Network
Measurables: 5-9, 186lb
Notes: Caught 90 passes for 1,027 yards with six touchdowns in his final two years with the Fighting Irish.
Contract: Includes $95,000 guaranteed, including $80,000 guaranteed base salary, and $15,000 signing bonus, per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

LB Jonas Griffith, Indiana State
Source: NFL Draft Diamonds
Measurables: 6-3, 247lb

TE Chase Harrell, Arkansas
Source: NFL Draft Diamonds
Measurables: 6-4, 249lb
Notes: Caught seven receptions for 94 yards and a touchdown in two seasons with the Razorbacks after transferring from Kansas. Recorded 25 catches for 221 yards and three touchdowns in 2017 with the Jayhawks.

RB JaMycal Hasty, Baylor
Source: Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Measurables: 5-8, 205lb
Notes: Averaged 5.2 yards per carry over his collegiate career. Carried the football 109 times for 627 yards with seven rushing touchdowns as a senior in 2019 while adding 25 receptions for 184 yards.
Contract: Includes $90,000 guaranteed, including $75,000 guaranteed base salary, and $15,000 signing bonus, per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

FB Josh Hokit, Fresno State
Source: Josh Hokit
Measurables: 6-1, 225lb
Notes: Rushed for 1,260 yards and 17 touchdowns on 303 carries with the Bulldogs. Also caught 38 receptions for 260 yards and a score. "He models his game after Kyle Juszczyk," writes NBC Sports Bay Area.

S Jared Mayden, Alabama
Source: Tom Pelissero, NFL Network
Measurables: 6-0, 205lb
Notes: Recorded 59 tackles, one for a loss, four interceptions, and three passes defensed as a senior in 2019.
Contract: Includes $50,000 guaranteed, including $40,000 guaranteed base salary, and $10,000 signing bonus, per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

QB Broc Rutter, North Central
Source: JJ Stankevitz, NBC Sports Chicago
Measurables: 6-2, 204lb





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