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49ers attended Arizona State Pro Day

The San Francisco 49ers had someone (or someones?) checking out the talent on display at the Arizona State Pro Day.

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Arizona State hosted their 2016 Pro Day on Friday, and the San Francisco 49ers were among many teams in attendance. There are no specifics on who from the 49ers were there, but they were one of at least 20 NFL teams, plus some CFL teams, according to ASU student reporter Justin Toscano.

The Sun Devils have three players CBS Sports projects to be draftable. They include offensive guard Christian Westerman (2nd-3rd round), wide receiver/running back D.J. Foster (6th-7th), and cornerback Lloyd Carrington (7th-UDFA).

All three play positions where the 49ers could potentially use some help. Foster is interesting for our purposes because the 49ers met with him during practice at the Senior Bowl. Teams meet with a ton of players, so we certainly can't say with any certainty that it means anything. However, it's something to at least keep in the back of our head as the draft approaches.

Foster ran a 4.57 40 at the Combine, which was tied for 21st among wide receivers. It is worth noting, he finished fourth in the 3-cone drill and 60-yard shuttle run, and first in the 20-yard shuttle run. I don't have his shuttle run or 3-cone drill times from the Pro Day, but reports out of ASU report he ran his 40 somewhere between 4.41 and 4.46. He spoke following his workout, and you can watch the video down below.

Westerman reportedly did not do much in the way of workouts, due to a strong performance at the Combine. He told the media he did do some offensive line drills with his OL coach. That links includes comments from several other players who took part in the Pro Day, and is worth a read.