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49ers links for Friday May 4, 2018

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Does anyone else have a favorite 49ers rookie? Mine is Tarvarius Moore. He is 6’2”, runs real fast, has loose hips, a smooth backpedal, and good feet. He has a 38.5” vertical leap and 33 inch arms. All that and he is a willing hitter too. Richard who?

Dante Pettis is a close second. As if his punt returning is not going to be exciting enough, I can’t wait to see Shanahan scheme to get him out in space.

Coming in third would be Fred Warner. The 49ers utilize both a shallow and a deep zone. The linebackers and strong safety usually work the shallow zone and leave the free safety to cover the deep zone. Having a linebacker that is 6’3” with 32 inch arms should make it harder for the quarterback to throw the ball over him.

By now you might be wondering why the lack of love for Mike McGlinchey. I am actually very excited about our possibilities in the run game with him playing right tackle but offensive lineman just are not that exciting to me. One of the last things I want in a game is to hear our offensive lineman’s names. Can’t I just quietly appreciate him?

Now onto the hot links:

Dante Pettis is Another Versatile Threat for Shanahan’s Offense Kelana Martin

Four of our 49ers rookies and what lies ahead as they battle for roles Chris Biderman

Meet cornerback Tarvarus McFadden, the 49ers’ ‘eighth-round’ draft pick Matt Barrows

By the Numbers: 2018 49ers Draft Class Matthew Asher

Re-sign Elvis Dumervil? 49ers haven’t ruled it out Eric Branch

49ers rookie Fred Warner latest version of new-age linebackers Cam Inman

49ers Dante Pettis calls for fair catch on punt-return hype Cam Inman

49ers announce rookie jersey numbers David Bonilla

49ers made three moves last week; they all made the same point Matt Barrows

La Canfora names 49ers among four NFL teams that will surprise in 2018 David Bonilla

DeBartolo throws two-day dream for Dwight Clark and ‘family’ Matt Maiocco

Niners See Warner Making an Impact as a Rookie Doug Williams