The San Francisco 49ers had their local Pro Day on Friday, and while it included primarily draft-eligible players, it included at least one free agent. Former West Georgia quarterback Austin Trainor was one of the quarterbacks at the minicamp. It turns out, he was draft eligible last year and went undrafted. It does not appear he signed with an NFL team after the draft, and he remains a free agent.
Trainor also attended Pro Days for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders, according to NFL reporter Aaron Wilson. He started his college career at Florida A&M, before transferring to West Georgia. He is originally from Tallahassee, which is why he could take part in the Bucs Pro Day. I am not entirely sure how he was eligible for the 49ers and Raiders Pro Days.
Silver & Black Pride found a report that the Raiders invited Trainor to their rookie minicamp, which takes place on May 7. I don't know the date of the 49ers minicamp, and whether or not Trainor will get an invite there as well. The 49ers only have two quarterbacks on the roster, so it is a lock they add at least two more this offseason, if not more. They will bring in at least one quarterback for their own rookie minicamp. Although Trainor was draft eligible last year, the fact that he did not sign with an NFL team in 2014 means he is eligible for rookie minicamps this year.