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Ejiro Evero
Offensive Assistant
College:
UC-Davis

BIOGRAPHY

Ejiro Evero (eeh-JEE-row EV-uh-row) was named offensive assistant in 2012 after originally joining the 49ers as a quality control coach on January 21, 2011.
Ejiro Evero (eeh-JEE-row EV-uh-row) was named offensive assistant in 2012 after originally joining the 49ers as a quality control coach on January 21, 2011.

Evero joined San Francisco after spending the 2010 season at the University of Redlands as the special teams coordinator and safeties coach.

Prior to his stint with the Bulldogs, he spent three seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2007-09) as the defensive quality control coach. In his first year with the Bucs, Evero was part of a defensive unit that ranked second in the NFL in total defense (278.4 ypg) and first in pass defense (170.5 ypg). The following year in 2008, he helped the defense finish in the top 10 in total defense for a second consecutive season, ranking ninth in the NFL by allowing only 306.1 yards per game.

Before joining Tampa Bay, Evero spent two seasons (2005-06) as an assistant coach at the University of California-Davis where he helped the Aggies to the Great West Conference Championship in 2005. In 2004, he was a football intern at UC-Davis, while also serving as an assistant coach for the Davis High School junior varsity squad.

Evero was a four-year letterman at UC-Davis, starting at safety for three seasons. A two-time captain for the Aggies, he was twice named a Division II All-American (2002-03). Following his college career in 2004, he signed with the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent.

Evero completed his Master of Business Administration from National University in 2006.

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