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By the Numbers: 2018 49ers Draft Class

Rookie Minicamp kicked off on Thursday and the San Francisco 49ers nine draft picks will be making their debut at the SAP Performance Facility on Friday. As the rookies get acclimated to the NFL, let's take a look at the draftees' stats during their respective college careers, by the numbers.

4.32 40-yard dash ran by defensive back Tarvarius Moore at his pro day, which was faster than any defensive back at the combine.

9 career punt return touchdowns for wide receiver Dante Pettis an NCAA record.

12.5 career sacks for defensive tackle Jullian Taylor.

15 career 100-yard receiving games for wide receiver Richie James during his Middle Tennessee State career.

16 pressures allowed on 411-pass blocking snaps by tackle Mike McGlinchey during the 2017 season.

19.5 tackles for loss recorded by defensive lineman Kentavius Street in his N.C. State career.

19.5 average per punt return by Pettis, which lead the NCAA in 2017.

21 career interceptions between linebacker Fred Warner, Moore, cornerback D.J. Reed and safety Marcell Harris.

24 missed tackles forced by James during the 2016 season.

25 career passes defended by Reed.

28 touchdowns by James in his Blue Raider career (23 receiving and 5 rushing).

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32.5 tackles for loss for during Warner's four-year career, leading BYU's defense during that time.

34 total touchdowns by Pettis in his Washington career (24 receiving, 1 passing, 9 return).

35.3 average per kick return by Reed, which ranked second in the NCAA in 2017.

90.6 overall Pro Football Focus grade for McGlinchey during the 2017 season, which was the second-highest grade for a tackle.

95 overall PFF grade in run blocking for McGlinchey, the highest grade for the 2017 season.

102 total tackles for Harris during his Florida career.

2,256 receiving yards for Pettis during his Washington career, which ranks fifth in Huskies history.

3,249 receiving yards for James during his Middle Tennesse State career, the second most in school history.