Day Two Draftee Updates (number assignments)

Apr 30, 2006 at 2:13 PM--


Wide receiver Michael Robinson of Penn State, chosen in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft, will be used as a running back for the 49ers. He is listed as #35 on the 49ers.com roster page.

Defensive end Parys Haralson of Tennessee, chosen in the fifth round, will wear Julian Peterson's old number, #98.

Wide receiver Delanie Walker of Central Missouri State, chosen in the sixth round, will wear #14.

Free safety Marcus Hudson of North Carolina State, chosen in the sixth round, will wear #41.

Defensive end Melvin Oliver of Louisiana State, chosen in the sixth round, will wear Andre Carter's old number, #96.

Yesterday's picks

Yesterday, it was determined that Vernon Davis will wear #85, Manny Lawson will wear #99 and Brandon Williams will wear #17.





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