San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch called the final day of the 2023 NFL Draft "a really good day" after adding a grand total of nine players to help fill needs and add depth at several positions on the roster.
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Here's a rundown of the 49ers 2023 draft class:
Round 3: 87th-Overall - S Ji'Ayir Brown, Penn State
The San Francisco 49ers traded up for their first pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, selecting Brown from Penn State with the 87th-overall pick. Brown finished with 10 career interceptions at Penn State, tied for 12th in program history. He also posted 234 career interception return yards, the second-most at Penn State since 2000.
Round 3: 99th-Overall - K Jake Moody, Michigan
During the 2022 season, Moody appeared in all 14 games at Michigan as the team's placekicker and kickoff specialist. That season, he converted a single-season record of 29 field goals (of 35) including 10 conversions from 40-plus yards, adding 60-of-60 PATs with 66 touchbacks on 102 kickoffs and three tackles (one solo).
Round 3: 101st-Overall - TE Cameron Latu, Alabama
During the 2022 season, Latu totaled 30 receptions for 377 yards and four touchdowns. That season, he was named to the watch list for the Mackey Award, presented each season to the top tight end in college football. The tight end was also selected to the watch list for the Polynesian Player of the Year.
Round 5: 155th-Overall - CB Darrell Luter Jr., South Alabama
The cornerback garnered first-team All-Sun Belt Conference accolades after leading the Jaguars with four interceptions and 10 pass breakups including 21 tackles (two for a loss) in 10 starts during the 2021 season. As a senior, he recorded 42 tackles, an interception and seven pass breakups in 13 starts.
Round 5: 173rd-Overall - DL Robert Beal Jr., Georgia
Beal Jr. played in all 15 games as a Bulldog, starting in eight during the 2022 season. The defensive lineman had 26 total stops and 20 quarterback pressures in his senior year, recording four tackles and a quarterback strip/sack in Georgia's SEC Championship win over LSU.
Round 6: 216th-Overall - LB Dee Winters, TCU
Winters appeared in 48 games over his collegiate career, totaling 246 tackles (33.5 for loss), 12.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries, 10 passes defended and three interceptions (one interception returned for a touchdown). In his senior year, he was named the College Football Playoff Semifinal Defensive Most Valuable Player after totaling seven tackles including three for loss, a 29-yard interception return for a touchdown and a pass breakup in the win over Michigan.
Round 7: 247th-Overall - TE Brayden Willis, Oklahoma
Willis appeared in 58 games over his collegiate career, totaling 75 receptions for 998 yards, 13 touchdowns and an average of 13.3 yards per reception. In 2022, the tight end started all 13 games and totaled 514 yards (ranked second on team) and a team-high seven touchdowns on 39 receptions, also completing his only pass attempt for a touchdown. That season, his seven receiving touchdowns tied for fifth most nationally among college tight ends.
Round 7: 253rd-Overall - WR Ronnie Bell, Michigan
Bell appeared in 47 games over his collegiate career, totaling 145 receptions for 2,269 yards and nine touchdowns. In 2022, the wide receiver started all 14 games and led the team with 62 receptions for 889 yards and four touchdowns. He also recorded 27 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown on the ground.
Round 7: 255th-Overall - LB Jalen Graham, Purdue
During Graham's collegiate career, he played in 36 games, starting 35 of them. The linebacker recorded a pair of defensive touchdowns, one from a fumble recovery in 2020 and a pick-six in 2021. Over four years, Graham has recorded 169 tackles, including 12.5 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, 2.0 sacks and three interceptions.
Check out the new names on the 49ers roster, in order of where they were taken in the 2023 NFL Draft.