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Leak reveals top-10 rated 49ers players in Madden NFL 21

Jul 13, 2020 at 6:36 PM--


We already knew that tight end George Kittle is the highest-graded San Francisco 49ers player in EA Sports' latest installment of the popular multi-platform football video game, Madden NFL 21. He just missed joining the four players with ratings of 99.

Now, thanks to a leak coming from Madden-School.com, we know the 49ers players who own the 10 highest ratings in the game.

Following Kittle is newly acquired offensive tackle Trent Williams and veteran cornerback Richard Sherman, both with 92 ratings. The reigning NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, pass rusher Nick Bosa, was awarded an 89 rating.

Below is the list provided by Madden-School.com (h/t to @TheSFNiners).

  1. George Kittle – 98
  2. Trent Williams – 92
  3. Richard Sherman – 92
  4. Nick Bosa – 89
  5. Fred Warner – 87
  6. Arik Armstead – 86
  7. Kyle Juszczyk – 86
  8. Dee Ford – 85
  9. Mike McGlinchey – 85
  10. Raheem Mostert – 84

For those wondering where quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo fell, he has a rating of 83, according to @TheSF49ers.


San Francisco was one of 11 teams that had three-or-more players with a rating of 90 or higher. It was the only team from the NFC West that could make that claim.

EA Sports plans to release Madden NFL 21 on August 25 on Windows, PlayStation 4, and XBOX One.





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