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1. College Visits
The 2014 NFL Draft is less than a month away. That also signals the start of college prospects making visits to NFL teams. The San Francisco 49ers pre-draft circuit will officially begin on Monday, according to CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco. The team will reportedly have at least four players in town for a visit. Maiocco listed Clemson wide reciever Martavis Bryant (6-foot-3, 211 pounds), Georgia State wide receiver Albert Wilson (5-foot-9, 200 pounds), Central Florida running back Storm Johnson (6-foot, 209 pounds) and Boston College offensive tackle Matt Patchan (6-foot-6, 302 pounds) as the players headed to Santa Clara.
>> The Sacramento Bee reported Oklahoma cornerback Aaron Colvin will visit with team officials later in the week.
2. Pac-12 Clash
Tickets for the first college football game at Levi's® Stadium went on sale last Friday. The University of California will host the University of Oregon in an Oct. 24, Pac-12 clash at the future home of the 49ers.
The conference matchup is greatly anticipated by Cal head coach Sonny Dykes and starting quarterback Jared Goff. Dykes sees the game as a great way to help recruiting and showcase his program for South Bay football fans. Goff, on the other hand, grew up as a die-hard fan of 49ers Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana and wears No. 16 to prove it.
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3. Boldin Got Game
This doesn't come as a shocker, but last weekend's "Q-Festival" taught us that
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4. Around the League
Per, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, the St. Louis Rams will bring in Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins for a pre-draft workout.
>>ESPN.com's Jeff Legwold caught up with Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller to find out how he's approaching offseason rehab from a torn ACL. Denver will face San Francisco in the preseason and regular season.
>>Pittsburgh quarterback prospect Tom Savage is starting to become a popular prospect leading up to the draft. Peter King of MMQB.com reports Savage has met or will meet with 24 or 25 teams before the April 27 deadline to schedule pre-draft visits. South Carlolina defensive end and potential No. 1 pick, Jadeveon Clowney, will meet with teams prior to the draft but will not work out for them.