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Golden Nuggets: Another late-round short king QB in the Niners’ midst?

Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for Thursday, April 13th, 2023

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49ers get a good look at Jake Haener, and they’re eying other QBs as well

“I know I was pretty high processing-wise and I feel like it’s definitely a strength to my game,” Haener said. “I just feel like some of the intangibles at times are hard to see. And I feel like there’s a lot of things we did at Fresno State that are above some of the things people do in college. I was really involved in protections. I was involved with getting in and out of concepts, bad looks, using cadences to try to get the defenses to jump off sides. And I feel like we did a lot of things that translate to (the NFL) level. I definitely think there are things that translate.”

49ers local pro day: Sights, sounds, and notes

“The San Francisco 49ers hosted 36 draft prospects today at Levi’s Stadium for the team’s local pro day. Below are some social media sights, sounds, and notes from the event.”

49ers held private workout for star UCLA QB [report]

“The 6-foot-1-inch, 203-pound senior enters the draft process coming off a stellar final season in which he passed for 27 touchdowns and 3,169 yards (69.6 percent completion) while throwing 10 interceptions. He ran for another 12 touchdowns and 648 yards, averaging 5.5 yards per carry....While he’s fairly small and didn’t test well in his shuttle or 3-cone drills, his broad jump (10 feet, one inch, 94.2 percentile) and 40-yard dash (4.56 seconds, 97.4 percentile) times were elite.”

Niners Wire mock: What should 49ers do with 6th-round pick?

“He was the Wolverines’ full-time kicker the last two years and handled kickoffs for the club – a key factor in San Francisco’s kicker additions. Over his college career he connected on 82.1 percent of his 84 kicks and went a perfect 148-148 on extra points. In the last two years he went 52-60 on field goals (86.7 percent).”

Three late-round safeties 49ers could target in 2023 NFL Draft

“Mapu is a big-bodied safety that also has exceptional movement skills. The Sacramento State product is great against the run, racking up 76 tackles in his final collegiate season with 6.5 for a loss. Mapu also is a ballhawk, recording 22 interceptions over 41 games — seven in 2022.”