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Photos/Videos: DeForest Buckner and Joshua Garnett arrive in Santa Clara

Apr 29, 2016 at 5:45 PM--


San Francisco 49ers draft selections DeForest Buckner and Joshua Garnett are at the team's headquarters in Santa Clara and spoke to the media today.

Here are some posts, videos, and photos by the 49ers beat writers of the two. Arik Armstead was even there for his friend and former Oregon Ducks teammate.

On Thursday night, Buckner was selected with the seventh overall selection in the 2016 NFL Draft while Garnett was selected with the 28th.

















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