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49ers rookie Jauan Jennings may have the best YouTube highlight video Adam Peters has ever seen

Aug 24, 2020 at 11:18 AM--


You can tell that San Francisco 49ers VP of player personnel, Adam Peters, is very proud of the selection of wide receiver Jauan Jennings. The team managed to snatch him up in the seventh round of April's draft, and he could come in and make an immediate impact this season.

Peters is probably also glad that more scouts didn't peruse YouTube for more highlights of Jennings. Or maybe they did, but Adams and his staff were obviously more impressed than most. He recommends one video in particular.

"He's a really interesting guy, Jauan Jennings," Adams told Keiana Martin during the 49ers Live Look-In on Sunday. "I joke around; I'm smiling because we had this video that we passed around, all the coaches. We even sent it to Jed (York). It's called 'The Dawg.' You guys should check it out on YouTube.

"But it's Jauan Jennings, nicknamed 'The Dawg,' and it might have been the best highlight video I've ever seen on YouTube. He's a seventh-rounder, and he's definitely more talented than a seventh-rounder.

"But the thing about Jauan that you see, not only is he really talented, but he loves football. He loves playing. And that comes out on the film, and that comes out when you talk football with him, so we're really excited that we got him too."

You can watch the YouTube highlight video below.



Jennings caught 146 passes for 2,153 yards with 18 touchdowns in five seasons with the Volunteers, including a 59-catch, 969-yard, eight-touchdowns senior year in 2019. He also had 13 rushing attempts for 51 yards and a rushing touchdown last year.



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