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49ers Pre-Draft Visit/Meeting Tracker

Mar 25, 2016 at 3:41 PM--
Updated Apr 30, 2016 at 12:20 PM


The San Francisco 49ers have been informally meeting with potential draft selections since January and are permitted to host up to 30 players for visits at the team's headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Visitors to the team's headquarters are not allowed to work out for the team unless they are local prospects.

Below is a breakdown of the known meetings between potential draft selections and 49ers representatives as reported by various media sources. The representatives could be members of the coaching staff, management, and/or team scouts. Scheduled visits to the team's headquarters are listed first.

This list will be updated frequently leading up to the 2016 NFL Draft, so please bookmark it and check back often for the latest information.

Scheduled Visits to 49ers Headquarters

CB Mackenzie Alexander, Clemson (Apr 9)
CB Eli Apple, Ohio State
WR Corey Coleman, Baylor
QB Connor Cook, Michigan State (Week of Apr 11)
OT/G Fahn Cooper, Ole Miss
DE Kamalei Correa, Boise State
RB Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech
OLB/DE Kevin Dodd, Clemson (Apr 9)
RB Kenyan Drake, Alabama
QB Jared Goff, California (Apr 18)
OLB Myles Jack, UCLA (Apr 9)
CB William Jackson III, University of Houston
DE Shaq Lawson, Clemson
WR Kolby Listenbee, TCU
WR Malcolm Mitchell, Georgia
CB Eric Murray, Minnesota
DL Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss
NT D.J. Reader, Clemson
CB Will Redmond, Mississippi State
G/C Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State
ILB Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame
WR Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss
QB Carson Wentz, North Dakota State (rescheduled)

Local Pro Day (Apr 13)

WR Stephen Anderson, California
LB Kevin Anderson, Stanford
CB Joshua Atkinson, Azusa Pacific
WR Justin Berger, Wyoming
LB Nathan Broussard, California
WR Devon Cajuste, Stanford
WR Amir Carlisle, Notre Dame
LN Jonathan Carlson, Weber State
S Domiique Cole, Carroll College
WR Aaron Criswell, UNLV
WR Trevor Davis, California
CB Gaetano Demattei, Hawaii
LS Ryan Disalvo, San Jose State
RB Tyler Ervin, San Jose State
LB Travis Feeney, Washington
G Alex Fifita, Fresno State
WR Bryan Fobbs, Saginaw Valley State
DE Joe Fotu, Illinois
G Joshua Garnett, Stanford
QB Joe Gray, San Jose State
G Darrell Greene, San Diego State
WR Maurice Harris, California
CB Ronnie Harris, Stanford
QB Kevin Hogan, Stanford
S Eddie Horn, Northern Arizona
DE Sia Iosia, West Texas A&M
RB Kyle Jackson, Kentucky State
S Nate Jackson, Kansas State
DE Mustafa Jalil, California
LB Jalen Jefferson, California
S Eric Johnson, Montana
S Robert Johnson, Incarnate Word
LB Lenny Jones, Nevada
CB Brandon Jones, Central Methodist
WR Kenny Lawler, California
S Kent London, Southeastern Oklahoma State
K Austin Lopez, San Jose State
WR Byron Marshall, Oregon
LB Blake Martinez, Stanford
S Stefan McClure, California
S Vincente Miles, San Jose State
P Elliott Moore, West Texas A&M
T Kyle Murphy, Stanford
S Kyrian Obidiegwe, Fresno State
WR Darius Powe, California
CB Jimmy Pruitt, San Jose State
G Jordan Rigsbee, California
LB Jaamal Rose, Fresno State
LB Darnell Sankey, Sacramento State
LB Brennan Scarlett, Stanford
T Wes Schweitzer, San Jose State
DE Aziz Shittu, Stanford
WR Rollins Stallworth, Stanford
G Wendell Taiese, Iowa State
WR Bryce Treggs, California
RB Shawn Vasquez, Texas A&M-Kingsville
NT Pio Vatuvei, Louisville
CB Cleveland Wallace, San Jose State
LB Tyrone Ward, Hampton
DE Chad Washington, Columbia
CB Darius White, California
S Kodi Whitfield, Stanford
WR Anthony Williams, UNLV
WR Hansell Wilson, San Jose State
RB Remound Wright, Stanford
CB Shamawn Wright, UC Davis
RB Kelsey Young, Boise State

Private Workouts/Meetings

CB Taveze Calhoun, Mississippi State (N/A)
WR Leonte Carroo, Rutgers (reported Mar 28)
QB Connor Cook, Michigan State (Apr 2)
OG Joe Dahl, Washington State (N/A)
OLB/DE Kevin Dodd, Clemson (Mar 24)
QB Jared Goff, California (Mar 30)
ILB B.J. Goodson, Clemson (completed)
S D.J. Hunter, Marshall (reported Apr 4)
LB Deion Jones, LSU (reported Apr 11)
LB Deon King, Norfolk State (reported Apr 6)
RB Daniel Lasco, California (reported Mar 31)
DE Shaq Lawson, Clemson (Mar 24)
QB Joe Licata, Buffalo (reported Mar 9)
T/G Rees Odhiambo, Boise State (reported Mar 30)
TE Matt Weiser, Buffalo (Mar 22)
QB Carson Wentz, North Dakota State (scheduled)

East-West Shrine Game (Jan 18-23)

QB Vernon Adams Jr., Oregon

Senior Bowl (Jan 26-30)

WR Leonte Carroo, Rutgers
NT Austin Johnson, Penn State
LB Reggie Ragland, Alabama

NFL Scouting Combine (Feb 23-29)

QB Vernon Adams Jr., Oregon
CB Mackenzie Alexander, Clemson
QB Jared Goff, California
DE Shaq Lawson, Clemson
QB Paxton Lynch, Memphis
S Keanu Neal, Florida
DE Dadi Nicolas, Virginia Tech
QB Dak Prescott, Mississippi State
CB Rashard Robinson, LSU
OT Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame

School or Player Pro Days

DE Joey Bosa, Ohio State (Mar 11)
ILB Beniquez Brown, Mississippi State (Mar 10)
DL Vernon Butler, Louisiana Tech (Mar 22)
QB Connor Cook, Michigan State (Mar 16)
CB Blake Countess, Auburn (Mar 7)
OLB/DE Kevin Dodd, Clemson (Mar 28)
RB Tyler Ervin, San Jose State (Mar 16)
OT Cooper Fahn, Ole Miss (Mar 28)
WR Will Fuller, Notre Dame (Mar 31)
QB Jared Goff, California (Mar 18)
CB Vernon Hargreaves, Florida (Mar 22)
OLB Myles Jack, UCLA (Mar 15)
RB Daniel Lasco, California (Mar 18)
FS Jalen Mills, LSU (Mar 14)
DE Yannick Ngakoue, Maryland (Mar 30)
DL Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss (Mar 28)
OT Dominique Robertson, West Georgia (Mar 8)
DE Mike Rose, North Carolina State (Mar 22)
OT Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame (Mar 31)
OT Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss (Mar 28)
WR Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss (Mar 28)
QB Carson Wentz, North Dakota State (Mar 24)
WR De'Runnya Wilson, Mississippi State (Mar 10)



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