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The 49ers coaching staff is a candidate to be running things at the Senior Bowl. Here are some of the players they might coach.

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The 2018 Senior Bowl is a little over two months away, but the rosters are starting to come together. Invitations were mailed out, and acceptances are starting to trickle in. The Senior Bowl tweets out acceptances, and then tracks them here. As of this morning, 26 players have accepted invitations.

I’ve posted the current list below, and below that I’ve embedded the Senior Bowl Twitter feed so we can keep track of updated names. The reason for this is two-fold. One, plenty of notable players come from the Senior Bowl, and it is one of the prominent postseason All Star games that kicks off the pre-draft process.

Second, the San Francisco 49ers coaching staff could end up coaching one of the two rosters. The two teams are coached by two of the teams near the top of the draft. Right now, the 49ers and Cleveland Browns could be the ones who end up with the task. 49ers general manager John Lynch said the 49ers would like to win more games and not get selected for the job, but if selected, he said he would like the opportunity it presents.

Here’s the full rundown of current players. Any jump out at you?

Quarterbacks

Kurt Benkert, Virginia
Luke Falk, Washington State
Kyle Lauletta, Richmond
Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma
Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State
Brandon Silvers, Troy
Mike White, Western Kentucky

Running backs

Kalen Ballage, Arizona State
Nick Bawden (FB), San Diego State
Royce Freeman, Oregon
Dimitri Flowers (FB), Oklahoma
Rashaad Penny, San Diego State
Ito Smith, Southern Mississippi
Jaylen Samuels (FB), North Carolina State
Akrum Wadley, Iowa

Wide receivers

Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State
Braxton Berrios, Miami (FL)
Darren Carrington, Utah
C.J. Clark, LSU
Michael Gallup, Colorado State
Allen Lazard, Iowa State
Anthony Miller, Memphis
J’Mon Moore, Missouri
Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State
James Washington, Oklahoma State

Tight ends

Adam Breneman, UMass
Tyler Conklin, Central Michigan
Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin
Mike Gesicki, Penn State
Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State
Chris Hendon IV, Miami (FL)
Durham Smythe, Notre Dame
Ian Thomas, Indiana

Offensive linemen

Alex Cappa (OT), Humboldt State
Mason Cole (C), Michigan
Austin Corbett (C), Nevada
Tyrell Crosby (OT), Oregon
Desmond Harrison (OT), West Georgia
Will Hernandez (OG), UTEP
Cole Madison (OT), Washington State
Chukwuma Okorafor (OT), Western Michigan
Brandon Parker (OT), North Carolina A&T
Timon Parris (OT), Stony Brook
Skyler Phillips (OG), Idaho State
Frank Ragnow (C), Arkansas
Martinas Rankin (OT), Mississippi State
Wyatt Teller (OG), Virginia Tech
Sean Welsh (OG), Iowa
Isaiah Wynn (OG), Georgia

Defensive linemen

Andrew Brown (DE), Virginia
Marcus Davenport (DE), Texas-San Antonio
Duke Ejiofor (DE), Wake Forest
Kylie Fitts (DE), Utah
Da’Shawn Hand (DT), Alabama
B.J. Hill (DT), North Carolina State
Jalyn Holmes (DE), Ohio State
Maurice Hurst (DT), Michigan
Justin Jones (DT), North Carolina State
Tyquan Lewis (DE), Ohio State
Derrick Nnadi (DT), Florida State
Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (DE), Oklahoma
Nathan Shepherd (DT), Fort Hays State
Kemoko Turay (DE), Rutgers

Linebackers

Davin Bellamy (OLB), Georgia
Nick Deluca (ILB), North Dakota State
Garret Dooley (OLB), Wisconsin
Rashaan Evans (ILB), Alabama
Shaun Dion Hamilton (ILB), Alabama
Marquise Haynes (OLB), Ole Miss
Micah Kiser (ILB), Virginia
Harold Landry (OLB), Boston College
Darius Leonard (ILB), South Carolina State
Mike McCray (ILB), Michigan
Skai Moore (ILB), South Carolina
Uchenna Nwosu (OLB), USC
Fred Warner (OLB), BYU
Tre’ Williams (ILB), Auburn

Defensive backs

Marcus Allen (S), Penn State
Anthony Averett (CB), Alabama
Quin Blanding (S), Virginia
Christian Campbell (CB), Penn State
Duke Dawson (CB), Florida
Trayvon Henderson (S), Hawaii
Danny Johnson (CB), Southern
Taron Johnson (CB), Weber State
Michael Joseph (CB), Dubuque
Kameron Kelly (CB), San Diego State
Tray Matthews (S), Auburn)
Kamrin Moore (CB), Boston College
Siran Neal (CB), Jacksonville State
Darius Phillips (CB), Western Michigan
Jeremy Reaves (S), South Alabama
M.J. Stewart (CB), North Carolina
Chandon Sullivan (CB), Georgia State
D'Montre Wade (CB), Murray State
Levi Wallace (CB), Alabama
Armani Watts (S), Texas A&M
Isaac Yiadom (CB), Boston College

Specialists

Michael Badgley (K), Miami (FL)
Tanner Carew (LS), Oregon
Daniel Carlson (K), Auburn
Ike Powell (LS), Auburn
JK Scott (P), Alabama
Johnny Townsend (P), Florida