Many members of San Francisco's NFL Draft class, including wideout Bruce Ellington, have already stood out during the team's offseason program.
Ellington was the first of two fourth-round selections (106th overall) by the 49ers in this year’s NFL Draft out of the University of South Carolina.
Daniel Kilgore is San Francisco's presumptive starter at the position, but Martin, even at age 20, is hoping to open eyes at this weekend's rookie minicamp.
First-round choice Jimmie Ward likens himself to a potential Hall of Famer in safety Ed Reed. What about San Francisco's other selections?
Many know San Francisco 49ers linebacker Shayne Skov as the passionate Mohawk-clad linebacker who helped lead Stanford to the Rose Bowl in 2013. But few are aware that his love for the game was fostered outside of the United States.
After turning down Urban Meyer at the University of Florida, the San Francisco 49ers second-round draft pick learned a lot under the coach in the Big Ten Conference.
After describing himself as a "violent" rusher who won't "shy away from contact" while carrying the ball, the San Francisco 49ers running back prospect was all smiles.
The San Francisco 49ers third-round NFL Draft pick looks forward to learning from his bigger, faster teammates, but he's also following in the footsteps of league alums Sam Mills, London Fletcher and Zach Thomas.
The San Francisco 49ers newest linebacker discussed his strengths and limitations as a player. The third-round draft pick said he plays faster than his 5 feet, 11 inches and 248 pounds would indicate.