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A complete list of the 49ers’ Madden 23 ratings

Rohan Chakravarthi
Jul 23, 2022 at 11:30 AM--


Over the past week, EA Sports has gradually released their Madden 23 ratings, posting different position groups each day as the 2022 NFL season approaches ever so rapidly.

Here are all of the notable 49ers' Madden 23 ratings by position.

Quarterbacks


Jimmy Garoppolo: 78 overall
Trey Lance: 72 overall
Brock Purdy: 59 overall
Nate Sudfeld: 55 overall

Running Backs


Kyle Juzczyk: 87 overall
Elijah Mitchell: 79 overall
Trey Sermon: 74 overall
Tyrion Davis-Price: 71 overall
Jeff Wilson: 70 overall

Wide Receivers


Deebo Samuel: 89 overall
Brandon Aiyuk: 81 overall
Ray-Ray McCloud: 72 overall
Jauan Jennings: 70 overall
Danny Gray: 70 overall

Tight Ends


George Kittle: 97 overall
Tyler Kroft: 70 overall
Charlie Woerner: 66 overall

Offensive Linemen


Trent Williams: 99 overall
Mike McGlinchey: 79 overall
Aaron Banks: 67 overall
Daniel Brunskill: 66 overall
Justin Skule: 65 overall
Spencer Burford: 65 overall
Jaylon Moore: 62 overall
Nick Zakelj: 62 overall
Colton McKivitz: 61 overall
Jake Brendel: 58 overall

Defensive Linemen


Nick Bosa: 94 overall
Arik Armstead: 86 overall
Dee Ford: 78 overall
Samson Ebukam: 76 overall
Javon Kinlaw: 75 overall
Kemoko Turay: 73 overall
Maurice Hurst: 72 overall
Kerry Hyder: 72 overall
Charles Omenihu: 71 overall
Jordan Willis: 71 overall
Drake Jackson: 69 overall
Hassan Ridgeway: 67 overall
Kevin Givens: 67 overall
Kalia Davis: 64 overall

Linebackers


Fred Warner: 94 overall
Dre Greenlaw: 78 overall
Azeez Al-Shaair: 73 overall
Oren Burks: 66 overall
Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles: 62 overall

Cornerbacks


Jason Verrett: 81 overall
Charvarius Ward: 80 overall
Emmanuel Moseley: 76 overall
Darqueze Dennard: 75 overall
Ambry Thomas: 73 overall
Dontae Johnson: 70 overall
Ka'Darr Hollman: 68 overall
Deommodore Lenoir: 67 overall
Samuel Womack: 65 overall
Tariq Castro-Fields: 65 overall

Safeties


Jimmie Ward: 87 overall
George Odum: 71 overall
Talanoa Hufanga: 69 overall
Tarvarius Moore: 67 overall



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