LISTEN: Can The 49ers Avoid The Super Bowl Hangover? →
placeholder image

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY


49ers hosting pre-draft visit with Oklahoma State RB Jaylen Warren

Apr 19, 2022 at 10:55 AM--


Videos are auto-populated by an affiliate. This site has no control over the videos that appear above.
According to Jordan Schultz, the San Francisco 49ers are hosting Oklahoma State running back Jaylen Warren on a pre-draft visit today. The 2022 NFL Draft kicks off next week.


Warren carried the football 256 times for 1,216 yards and 11 rushing touchdowns, adding 25 receptions for 225 yards through 13 game appearances as a senior in 2021, per Sports Reference. He had 2,037 rushing yards on 407 attempts and 19 rushing touchdowns, adding 45 receptions for 440 yards through his three collegiate seasons.

At the NFL Scouting Combine, the 5'8" and 204-pound Warren had a 40-time of 4.55 seconds, a vertical jump of 31.5 inches, and a broad jump of 119 inches. Warren's other measurables include an arm length of 29 7/8 inches and hands measuring 9 1/4 inches.

Warren had a vertical jump of 34 inches, a broad jump of 116 inches, completed the three-cone drill in 7.13 seconds, and a 20-yard shuttle time of 4.42 seconds at his personal Pro Day.

Below is the NFL.com draft profile bio on Warren:

Jaylen Warren, RB, Oklahoma State, 5-8, 215 Warren was named Utah's Mr. Football in 2016 after running for a state-record 3,099 yards and record-tying 38 touchdowns for state title-winning Salt Lake City East High School. He began his collegiate career at Snow College. He ran for over 1,000 yards both seasons at Snow, earning NJCAA Offensive Player of the Year recognition as a sophomore. Warren signed with Utah State in 2019, playing in 12 games off the bench that season (112-569-5.1, five TDs rushing; 15-182-12.1 receiving). He opted out of the 2020 campaign after three games (39-252-6.5, one TD rushing; 3-27-9.0 receiving, two starts) before transferring to Oklahoma State. The Cowboys welcomed him with open arms, voting him a team captain. Warren was the Big 12 Conference Offensive Newcomer of the Year and an honorable mention all-conference selection after recording a team-high 1,216 yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground (256 carries; 25-225-9.0 receiving in 14 games, 12 starts). -- by Chad Reuter

"Wrecking ball on wheels who plays with the type of pace and power that makes tape study a lot of fun," wrote Lance Zierlein in NFL.com's draft profile of the player. "Warren is a self-assured competitor who proved he could handle the workload and spotlight of the Big 12. He's decisive, with an ability to cut at full speed. However, he lacks burst and agility to expand his runs too far outside. He's a momentum runner who is much tougher to tackle with every step he takes, but he needs it blocked up, as he lacks the ability to create for himself early in the run. He's talented in the screen game and has a chance to compete for a backup role."



Facebook Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News


placeholder image

49ers 2024 Pre-Draft Tracker: Visits, Meetings, Workouts, Picks

By Steph Sanchez
Feb 23

This list will grow as the 2024 NFL Draft quickly approaches. The San Francisco 49ers will meet with potential draft selections leading to the April event. Below is a breakdown of the known meetings between draft prospects and 49ers representatives, as reported by various media sources or the prospects themselves. The representatives could be members of the coaching staff, front office, and/or team scouts. The 49ers' draft picks and scheduled interviews are listed first. Meeting or workout dates (if known) and report sources are listed. Please check back often for updates. 49ers Draft Picks (11) Below is a list of the draft picks the 49ers are believed to own in 2024. Round 1 Round


placeholder image

49ers Mock Draft 1.0: Pre-Combine Edition

By Wayne P. Brown
20 hrs

It's mock draft season, and the San Francisco 49ers have a few areas that must be addressed in the upcoming 2024 NFL Draft. Below are my projections for the team's selections, utilizing Pro Football Focus' mock draft simulator. Round 1, Pick 31 Tyler Guyton - Right Tackle - Oklahoma Although Guyton is raw, he has good footwork and power to dominate in pass protection and run blocking. In 2023, Guyton gave up zero sacks and 12 total pressures. He can play both left and right tackle. Round 2, Pick 63 Christian Haynes - Right Guard- UCONN Haynes is a powerful guard who moves off the ball quickly. He's only allowed 48 pressures in five seasons with the Huskies. Eight of the pressures were sacks. Haynes would


placeholder image

Daniel Jeremiah has 49ers addressing O-line in latest mock draft

By David Bonilla
Feb 20

The San Francisco 49ers have some weak points along the offensive line. It's tough to dispute that. Three of the team's starters—Jake Brendel, Colton McKivitz, and Aaron Banks—received overall Pro Football Focus grades under 70.0. Clearly, this is an area that could use improvement during the offseason. NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah proposes just that in his latest mock draft, predicting the 49ers will select offensive lineman Graham Barton out of Duke with the No. 31 overall pick. "A left tackle at Duke, Barton would slide inside to guard and has the athleticism to do all that is required in Kyle Shanahan's


placeholder image

Why Daniel Jeremiah favors Graham Barton for the 49ers' first-round draft pick

By David Bonilla
Feb 22

NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah recently unveiled his updated mock draft, pinpointing the San Francisco 49ers' offensive line as an area for improvement. In his draft scenario, Jeremiah projects the 49ers selecting former Duke left tackle Graham Barton, envisioning a transition to guard in Kyle Shanahan's offensive scheme. However, some have questioned whether Barton warrants a first-round selection. On Thursday, Jeremiah addressed these concerns in a conference call with reporters, defending his choice of Barton within his mock


Latest

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone