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49ers to choose between V. Davis and M. Huff?

Apr 17, 2006 at 8:27 PM


ESPN.com's John Clayton reports the San Francisco 49ers may be deciding between Maryland TE Vernon Davis and Texas CB/S Michael Huff as their first-round draft pick in the April 29-30 NFL Draft. Davis may merit the sixth pick in the draft because of his rare athletic ability, at 254 pounds, he's able to run a 4.38-second 40, but that's a lot of money to pay a tight end.
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