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49ers sign safety Marcus Hudson

Jun 16, 2006 at 5:31 PM--


According to ESPN.com, the San Francisco 49ers signed safety Marcus Hudson on Friday. The 49ers drafted Hudson with the 23rd pick in the 6th round of 2006 NFL Draft. Hudson attended North Carolina State.

This is the 4th draft pick signed by the team. The other three are Delanie Walker, Melvin Oliver and Vickiel Vaughn. All three were signed on Wednesday.

From 49ers.com:

Hudson (6-2, 200), a safety from North Carolina State is an experienced and versatile athlete who finished his senior year at corner for the Wolfpack with 58 tackles, 11 passes defensed and two interceptions. Hudson had at least one pass defensed in nine of 12 games during his final season and was an All-Conference selection.

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