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49ers announce minicamp tryouts along with signings of six draft picks, eight undrafted free agents

May 10, 2024 at 2:41 PM

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The San Francisco 49ers officially announced the signings of six of their eight draft picks on Friday along with a group of eight undrafted free agents.

Offensive lineman and third-round pick Dominick Puni (Kansas), safety and fourth-round pick Malik Mustapha (Wake Forest), and linebacker and seventh-round pick Tatum Bethune (Florida State) were announced by the team to have signed their rookie contracts, one day after cornerback and second-round pick Renardo Green (Florida State), running back and fourth-round pick Isaac Guerendo (Louisville), and wide receiver and fourth-round pick Jacob Cowing (Arizona) were reported to have signed theirs. Wide receiver and first-round pick Ricky Pearsall (Florida) and offensive lineman and sixth-round pick Jarrett Kingston (USC) are the only two players from the 49ers' 2024 draft class to remain unsigned.

The team also officially announced the signings of the following eight undrafted players:

  • Evan Anderson, DL, Florida Atlantic (6-3, 326)
  • Jaylen Mahoney, S, Vanderbilt (5-11, 200)
  • Briason Mays, OL, Southern Miss (6-4, 295)
  • Tanner Mordecai, QB, Wisconsin (6-2, 218)
  • Drake Nugent, OL, Michigan (6-1, 298)
  • Terique Owens, WR, Missouri State (6-3, 193)
  • Mason Pline, TE, Furman (6-6, 254)
  • Cody Schrader, RB, Missouri (5-8, 202)

Those signings were previously reported following the conclusion of the 2024 NFL Draft before being officially announced by the 49ers on Friday.

The signings were announced before the start of Friday's rookie minicamp session. Joining those players at rookie minicamp are several tryouts, which are listed below:

  • Mitch Davidson, QB, Youngstown State (6-4, 220)
  • Maxwell Anderson, CB, Weber State (5-11, 170)
  • John Eldridge, RB, Air Force (5-9, 200)
  • Ryan Poole, CB, William & Mary (5-11, 185)
  • Don Callis, CB, Troy (6-0, 184)
  • Isaiah Avery, CB, Portland State (6-0, 175)
  • Nate Bauer, S, Toledo (6-0, 202)
  • Gilbert Frierson, S, Louisville (6-1, 220)
  • Curtis Hodges, TE, Arizona State (6-8, 240)
  • Derek Slywka, S, Ithaca (6-3, 215)
  • Cade Brewer, FB, Texas (6-2, 238)
  • Jonathan Joanis, LB, South Dakota (6-1, 225)
  • Jabrill Cox, LB, LSU (6-3, 235)
  • Clayton Coll, LB, Ball State (6-3, 235)
  • Noah Plack, LB, Connecticut (6-1, 230)
  • Timothy Patrick, WR, Southern Utah (6-0, 185)
  • Monroe Young, WR, Cal (6-1, 205)
  • Marshel Martin IV, TE, Sacramento State (6-2, 230)
  • Mosiah Nasil-Kite, DL, Auburn (6-2, 310)
  • Adarius McWilliams, DL, UAB (6-1, 305)
  • Jay Kakiva, DL, San Jose State (6-4, 307)
  • Shakel Brown, DL, Troy (6-3, 295)
  • Brendan Webb, DL, South Dakota (6-4, 260)

Also participating in minicamp is offensive lineman Isaac Alarcon (6-7, 320, Tecnologico de Monterrey), who is with the team as part of the NFL's International Pathway Program, and wide receiver Tay Martin, who was with the 49ers as a practice squad player in 2022 and 2023.

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