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49ers Day 8 Training Camp Breakdown: 1-on-1s

Rohan Chakravarthi
Aug 5, 2022 at 7:30 PM--

The San Francisco 49ers had a padded practice on Friday, following a non-padded, softer practice on Wednesdays and a rest day on Thursday.

The only position battles during 1-on-1s were between receivers and defensive backs.

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The Plays

Here are the results of the 1-on-1 battles between the receivers and defensive backs:

The Analysis

Brandon Aiyuk continued to dominate 1-on-1 reps, first beating Emmanuel Moseley deep for a touchdown, as the cornerback jumped early for the ball.

Then, Aiyuk quickly beat second-year cornerback Deommodore Lenoir on a good comeback route before winning easily against rookie cornerback Qwuantrezz Knight, who attempted to play press-coverage at the line of scrimmage to no avail.

Jauan Jennings bounced back in the 1-on-1 drills, winning against Dontae Johnson while making the catch following consecutive days with a drop during reps.

Rookie receiver Tay Martin continued his strong string of performances in 1-on-1s, beating Deommodore Lenoir on a rep, while running a good route against Knight on a different rep, although the ball fell incomplete. His combination of route-running and releases off the line of scrimmage continue to make him an intriguing candidate as a sixth receiver.

Veteran Malik Turner looked the part of an NFL-level receiver as well during 1-on-1s, beating Samuel Womack with a good catch and winning against Tariq Castro-Fields, who held him on a separate rep. Turner has had a good start to training camp, although he recorded a drop in 11-on-11s during Friday's practice.

Danny Gray continued his inconsistent performances, failing to get open on a 1-on-1 rep against Deommodore Lenoir, which has been a norm on certain days.

Stay tuned for tomorrow's practice report!
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