Some more familial relationships in this batch of 49ers. Kicker Matt Bahr has a younger brother who was also an NFL kicker. Jeff Brohm's younger brother is Brian Brohm, whom many of you may recall from his days at Hawaii. Jeff Kemp had a fairly successful career in the pros though he bounced from team to team.. He backed up Joe Montana in 1986 and threw 11 TDs for the 49ers. He's the son of Jack Kemp (former politician and NFL QB)
|Player's Name||Position||College||Spot Drafted||Years Played||Jersey Number|
|Shane Andrus||Kicker||Murray State||Undrafted||2009--||9|
|Matt Bahr||Kicker||Penn State||165th||1981||10|
|Ed Blount||QB||Washington State||Undrafted||1987||10|
|PJ Fleck||WR||Northern Illinois||Undrafted||2004-2005||10|
|Jamie Martin||QB||Weber State||Undrafted||2008||10|
|George Mira||QB||Miami (Fla.)||15th||1964-1968||10|
|Dennis Morrison||QB||Kansas State||357th||1974||10|
|Brandon Doman||QB||BYU||163rd||2002, 2004||11|
|Bob Gagliano||QB||Utah State||319th||1988-1987||11|
|Earl Morral||QB||Michigan State||2nd||1956||11|
Representing the number 9: Jeff Kemp. Journeyman QB who's made a long career of coaching.
Representign the number 10: George Mira. Even though he wasn't all that great a back-up QB (his best season he had a completion ratio of 51%) he had a longish career.
Representing the number 11: Alex Smith, starting QB of the 49ers. Earl Morrall had a successful NFL career after the 49ers (especially with the Colts), but he only spent one season with the Niners.