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Draft-eligible players that have visited with the 49ers

Apr 28, 2006 at 7:01 PM


According to Matt Maiocco of the Press Democrat, the following is a list of players that the 49ers have visited with. NFL teams are allowed to bring in up to 30 draft-eligible players for visits from outside the area.

Defensive end Mario Williams (North Carolina State), tight end Vernon Davis (Maryland), tackles D’Brickashaw Ferguson (Virginia) and Paul McQuistan (Weber State), safeties Michael Huff (Texas), Jason Allen (Tennessee) and Joe Miklos (UNLV), cornerbacks Tye Hill (Clemson) and Jimmy Williams (Virginia Tech), defensive tackles Haloti Ngata (Oregon) and LaJuan Ramsey (USC), and linebackers Ernie Sims (Florida State) and John Syptak (Rice).

"Let's see how many of these guys actually end up with the 49ers this weekend," says Maiocco.
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