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49ers hosting Iowa TE Erick All on pre-draft visit

Apr 15, 2024 at 12:31 PM


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According to Damond Talbot of NFL Draft Diamonds, the San Francisco 49ers are hosting former Iowa tight end Erick All on a pre-draft visit.

"Erick All is a beast on the field, I would not be shocked to see a team like the Niners draft him and beat teams with him like they do with [TE George] Kittle week in and week out," Talbot wrote.


All recorded 21 receptions for 299 yards and three touchdowns in seven game appearances as a senior in 2023, per Sports Reference. He transferred from Michigan to Iowa in 2023. Throughout his collegiate career, the tight end caught 75 passes for 864 yards with five touchdowns over five seasons.

Medical evaluations will be crucial for All, who suffered a torn ACL in October and had a season-ending back injury in 2022.

Talbot added, "I am sure teams are interested in his medicals, and if his medicals check out, I feel Erick All will end up being the steal of the draft."

Both NFL.com and The Athletic's Dane Brugler grade All as a fifth or sixth-round selection, which could make him an intriguing late-draft option for a 49ers team that has been seeking reliable depth behind Kittle, their All-Pro tight end who coincidentally is another Iowa product.



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