49ers meet with two intriguing 2021 NFL Draft prospects
Report: 49ers fulfill with 2 interesting NFL draft potential customers initially appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
Whatever is on Zoom nowadays. Even pre-NFL Draft interviews.
The 49ers currently have actually apparently fulfilled essentially with a number of potential customers, according to Justin Melo of The Draft Network.
49ers basic supervisor John Lynch has a shopping list of things to tackle this offseason, however including depth at pass receiver and cornerback are thought about concerns. Doing it through the draft will need some additional effort this year, as groups can just arrange 5, one-hour interviews leading up to the draft, which starts on April 29.
San Francisco wish to include some getting skill along with skilled children Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk. Slot receiver-type Rondale Moore from Purdue provides an appealing choice for the 49ers.
Moore developed himself as one of the country’s elite playmakers as a freshman in 2018, acquiring 114 catches, 1,258 backyards and 12 goals.
He has apparently run a 4.33-second 40-yard dash however dealt with a hamstring injury that restricted him to 4 video games in 2019 and an undefined “lower body” injury that held him to 3 contests last season, when he had 35 catches for 270 backyards. Many mock drafts peg Moore as a very first- or second-round choice.
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The 49ers are anticipating to lose cornerbacks Richard Sherman, Jason Verrett and K’Waun Williams this offseason. Deommodore Lenoir might assist fortify the secondary after an excellent profession at Oregon, when he acquired 154 takes on, 6 interceptions, 27 passes protected, 2 required fumbles and a fumble healing in 47 video games.
With just 5 virtual interviews, the 49ers need to pick their prospects carefully. However these 2 potential customers certainly fit positions of requirement for the franchise heading into 2021.
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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.