The San Francisco 49ers announced the team's undrafted rookie signings shortly after the 2016 NFL Draft.
By now, you've probably heard all about the 11 players the San Francisco 49ers picked in the 2016 NFL Draft.
But what about the additional 12 rookies the club recently signed as undrafted free agents?
To learn more about these names, check out their stats from last fall along with a brief scouting report on their individual playing styles:
ALEX BALDUCCI, OL, OREGON
2015 stats: 24 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks (as a defensive lineman).
Size: 6-4, 310 pounds.
Scouting report: "Alex Balducci, a former recruit of Chip Kelly's at Oregon, is being converted from nose tackle to an interior lineman. Balducci measured 6-3, 309 pounds with 33-inch arms in the run-up to the draft, and he didn't look out of place as he went through drills with the offensive linemen." – [The Sacramento Bee
JERED BELL, S, COLORADO
2015 stats: 43 tackles, three interceptions, two pass breakups and one forced fumble.
Size: 6-1, 205 pounds.
Scouting report: "As a six-year senior, Bell came into his final season at CU wanting to prove his critics wrong. After missing two years due to injury, the defensive back had a solid senior season and trained hard in the offseason leading up to the NFL Draft. He finished his career with seven interceptions." – [SB Nation
DEVON CAJUSTE, WR, STANFORD
2015 stats: 27 catches for 383 yards and three touchdowns.
Size: 6-4, 227 pounds.
Scouting report: "Cajuste signed with Stanford as a highly-regarded tight end prospect but emerged as Stanford's most reliable wide receiver. Cajuste creates separation with firm breaks on his routes and uses his height, body control and hand-eye coordination to win contested passes. His greatest asset may be his strong, reliable hands." – CBS Sports
DEMETRIUS CHERRY, DL, ARIZONA STATE
2015 stats: 19 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, two pass breakups, one fumble recovery and a half sack.
Size: 6-6, 300 pounds.
Scouting report: "Cherry's length is a big weapon as he uses a lanky wingspan and thick legs that hold ground well for his height in an effective way. He tends to be able to maintain separation from offensive linemen in a way that enables him to close down run lanes and often will stop or slow down ball carriers coming through the A gap." – [Scout
JASON FANAIKA, LB, UTAH
2015 stats: 53 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss, four sacks and two forced fumbles.
Size: 6-3, 270 pounds.
Scouting report: "Comes off the snap as low man and is able to work under opponents pads and gain leverage at the point of attack. Has had success rushing passer when bumped inside. Able to unlock from block and transition into tackle readiness. Finds ways to finish once he gets pass protector on the ropes. Has long arms and is able to press them into extension." – [NFL.com
LENNY JONES, LB, NEVADA
2015 stats: 48 tackles, 12.5 tackles for loss, seven sacks and four pass breakups.
Size: 6-3, 270 pounds.
Scouting report: "There's no doubting his impact on the Wolf Pack. Jones is the driving force behind Nevada's energy on defense. When Jones practices and plays well, the defense does the same. Jones is equally as good in the run game as the pass game. Thanks to his patience and ability to use his hands to get offensive linemen off balance, Jones has developed into a menacing pass rusher." – [Reno Gazette-Journal
DARREN LAKE, DL, ALABAMA
2015 stats: Three tackles and one pass breakup.
Size: 6-3, 315 pounds.
Scouting report: "Any team that runs a 3-4 defense could appreciate his sheer girth and power. After all, in a 3-4, the role of the nose is to absorb blocks and hold the point as an immovable object. If nothing else, Lake proved himself quite capable in that role." – SB Nation
JOHN LUNSFORD, K, LIBERTY
2015 stats: 13-of-24 on field goals, 4-of-6 from 50-plus yards and 32-of-32 on extra points.
Size: 6-1, 180 pounds.
Scouting report: "Strong leg. Boomed a 60-yard field goal with 1.8 seconds on the clock to tie the game against Richmond in 2014. Had two makes from 57 and one from 56 this season. Creates touchbacks on kickoffs." – [NFL.com
WYNTON MCMANIS, LB, MEMPHIS
2015 stats: 62 tackles, five tackles for loss and three sacks.
Size: 6-1, 225 pounds.
Scouting report:"McManis was a team captain as a senior in 2015. The former Olive Branch High School star started 47 games over the course of his career, including eight as a freshman and 12 during his final season with the Tigers. He also played special teams throughout his college career." – [The Commercial Appeal
BLAKE MUIR, OL, BAYLOR
2015 stats: Started all 13 games for Baylor offense that finished second in the nation in rushing (326.7 yards per game).
Size: 6-6, 315 pounds.
Scouting report: "Although Jarryd Hayne arrived a year ago without any football experience, Muir (another Australian native) evolved into an accomplished left guard the past two seasons at Baylor, where he transferred from Hawaii. The lineman earned First-Team All-Big-12 honors as a senior." – [Mercury News
NORMAN PRICE, OL, SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI
2015 stats: Started all 14 games for Southern Miss, which averaged 179.8 yards per game on the ground.
Size: 6-4, 311 pounds.
Scouting report: "Price dedicated himself last offseason. He shaved more than 25 pounds from his physique after topping out around 335 pounds. Price said once he realized how much better he feels now, he never looked back." – [Hattiesburg American
BRYCE TREGGS, WR, CALIFORNIA
2015 stats: 45 catches for 956 yards and seven touchdowns.
Size: 6-0, 185 pounds.
Scouting report: "Treggs is almost certainly the most pro-ready of any of (Cal's) wide receivers in terms of great stuff. He's an excellent route runner and can play either in the slot or on the outside. And wherever he is, he knows how to make an impact." – SB Nation