The San Francisco 49ers has had numerous potential draft picks visit with the team who could be selected at any point in the seven rounds of the NFL draft. On the 49ers to-draft list are positions at right guard, safety, cornerback and defensive end. They are not looking for players to start this season but potential starters who can take over the reins in the future. With all the recent activity of potential draft picks visiting with the 49ers at the team’s headquarters, here is a list of who has made a visit to the Bay Area (via CSNBayArea.com):
David Wilson, Virginia Tech, visit
Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati, visit (CSNBayArea.com)
Robert Turbin, Utah State, visit
Travaris Cadet, Appalachian State, interview (Scout.com)
Kendall Wright, Baylor, visit (Sacramento Bee)
Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech, visit (Sacramento Bee)
Rueben Randle, Iowa, visit
A.J. Jenkins, Illinois, visit
Note: Michael Floyd (Notre Dame) cancelled a scheduled visit.
Chris Anzevino, Kent State, private workout (Scout.com)
Claude Davis, South Florida, visit
Bruce Irvin, West Virginia, visit (Scout.com).
Jeremy Lane, Northwestern State, visit (San Francisco Chronicle)
Jeremy Jones, Wayne State, private workout (Detroit Free Press)
Jordan Bernstine, Iowa, private workout (Scout.com)
Sean Richardson, Vanderbilt, interview (Sports Illustrated)
It’s important to note not a single right guard has visited with the 49ers. This might indicate the 49ers are comfortable with either second-year guard Daniel Kilgore or Alex Boone being the starter should one of them win the job in training camp. On April 18 the 49ers will have their local pro day in which they are allowed to workout local players from colleges in the Bay Area and also players from the Bay Area who played outside of Northern California.