I'd forgotten that Lelie had a brief stint as a 49er--probably because his performance was very forgettable.
|Player||Position||College||Spot Drafted||Years Played||Jersey Number|
|James Jordan||WR||Louisiana Tech||Undrafted||2002-2005||18|
|Otis Amey||WR||Sacramento State||Undrafted||2005||18|
|Gary Huff||QB||Florida State||33rd||1980||19|
|LeRon McCoy||WR||Indian (PA)||226th||2007||19|
|Sheldon Canley||RB||San Jose State||193rd||1991-1992||20|
|Mike Holmes||CB||Texas Southern||18th||1974-1975||20|
|Amos Lawrence||RB||North Carolina||103rd||1981-1982||20|
|Tory Nixon||CB||San Diego State||33rd||1985-1988||20|
|Allen Rossum||KR||Notre Dame||85th||2008-2009||20|
|Keith Smith||CB||McNeese State||73rd||2009||20|
Represeting the Number 18: Elvis Grbac. He'll never be remembered as a great player but he was a good backup for us when we needed him to be.
Representing the number 19: Gene Washington. He's a bit of an unheralded player in 49er history but he averaged almost 18 yards a reception during a time when the forward pass was not utilized as much as it is today. He had two seasons with 12 TDs (One in 1907 and one in 1972, and another season with 9 TDs)
Representing the number 20: Garrison Hearst. He's one of my favorite 49ers. I loved the way he ran the ball. If it weren't for his injuries he might be rememberd as the greatest running back in 49er history.