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49ers Announce Undrafted Free Agents

Posted by Taylor Price on July 27, 2011 – 11:27 AM

The San Francisco 49ers announced on Wednesday that they have agreed to terms with 13 undrafted free agents, some of which attended the team’s local pro day before the 2011 NFL Draft.

Name                           Position     Ht.          Wt.             School

Chase Beeler                    C                  6-3           285              Stanford

Tyler Beiler                      WR              6-0           190              Bridgewater

Donovan Edwards          C/G             6-5           280             California

Derek Hall                        T                  6-5           307             Stanford

Joe Hastings                    WR             6-0           185              Washburn

Chris Hogan                    WR              6-1           220              Monmouth

Jeremiah Masoli             RB               5-11         220              Mississippi

Konrad Reuland              TE               6-4          260              Stanford

Kenny Rowe                     LB                6-3          232              Oregon

Sealver Siliga                    NT               6-2          307              Utah

Anthony West                  DB               6-0          205              Nebraska

Kenny Wiggins                 T                  6-6          314              Fresno State

Ian Williams                     NT               6-1          305              Notre Dame

Player Bios

C Chase Beeler
6-3, 285

Stanford

Played in and started all 32 games with the Cardinal after transferring from Oklahoma following his freshman year. In 2010, named AP first-team All-American, first-team All-Pac -10 and second-team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation. Started all 13 games at C and helped the Cardinal rushing attack average 211.0 yds./gm. and hold opponents to only 6 sacks on the season, ranking 2nd in the nation. As a junior, started all 13 games at C and played a key role on a line that paved the way for the top rushing attack in school history (2,837). In 2008, started all 6 games in which he appeared at LG. Sat out the 2007 season after transferring from Oklahoma. As a true freshman, played in 5 games (1 start) for the Sooners. Attended Jenks (OK) HS, where he was named first team all-state. Majored in history. Born 12/28/87 in Jenks, OK. 

WR Tyler Beiler
6-0, 190
Bridgewater

Played in 36 games at WR for the Eagles, recording 152 catches for 3,022 yds. and 30 TDs. As a senior, led Division III in rec. yds./gm. (134.2) as he recorded 61 recepts. for 1,342 yds. with 16 TDs, which included 8 games with over 100 yds. rec., and was named to AP Little All-American team. Led the team with 46 catches for 843 yds. with 9 TDs as a junior after leading team with 770 rec. yds. on 39 recepts. with 5 TDs as a sophomore. Saw action in 6 games as a freshman and posted 6 recepts. for 67 yds. Attended Conestoga (Tredyffrin Township, PA) HS, where he earned Tri-County All-Star honors as a WR and DB. Born 11/14/88 in Ronks, PA. 

C/G Donovan Edwards
6-5, 280
California

Played in 34 games (18 starts) in three seasons with the Golden Bears. In 2010, started all 12 games at right tackle, one of two Cal offensive linemen to start every game, and was the recipient of the Ken Harvey Award, given annually to the Cal player showing special academic commitment and improvement. As a junior, played in all 13 games, seeing action on special teams and as a reserve on the offensive line. In 2008, played in 9 games (6 starts). As a freshman, attended Diablo Valley College and did not allow a sack. Attended Pinole Valley (Pinole, CA) HS, winning a pair of Alameda Contra Costa League championships. Majored in legal studies. Born 6/15/89 in Richmond, CA. 

T Derek Hall
6-5, 307
Stanford

Started all 13 games at RT as a senior after lining up on the defensive line his first four seasons at Stanford. Played in one game as a junior and one contest as a sophomore on the defensive line. Did not see action as a redshirt freshman. Attended Rockhurst (Kansas City, MO) HS, where he played both defensive line and TE. Earned first-team all-state as a senior. Also lettered four years in basketball. Served as the sports editor of his high school paper and aspires to become a pediatrician. Born 11/23/87 in Overland Park, KS. 

WR Joe Hastings
6-0, 185

Washburn

Played in 35 games (14 starts), hauling in 119 recepts., 2,033 yds. and 17 TDs during his career. Had a breakout senior season and set Ichabod single-season records in recepts. (87) and rec. yds. (1,546). Ranks 2nd in single-season recepts. per game (7.25) and t-2nd in TDs (15). Averaged 128.8 rec. yds. per game. Graduated from Bishop Carroll (Wichita, KS) HS. Majored in marketing. Born 5/5/87 in Wichita, KS. 

WR Chris Hogan
6-1, 220
Monmouth

Played 11 games in his only season for Monmouth, recording 12 catches for 147 yds. and 3 TDs at WR, while posting 28 tackles and 3 INTs as a safety. Prior to playing football, was a four-year starter in lacrosse for Penn State. Attended Ramapo (PA) HS, where he earned three varsity letters and left the school as the all-time leading receiver. Born 10/24/88 in Ramapo, NJ. 

RB Jeremiah Masoli
5-11, 220
Mississippi

Played in 36 games (33 starts) for Oregon (2008-09) and Mississippi (2010). Finished collegiate career completing 480 of 840 pass atts. for 5,930 yds., 42 TDs and 24 INTs, while rushing for 1,930 yds. and 29 TDs on 369 carries. In 2010, transferred to Ole Miss and played in 12 games (11 starts), completing 167 of 296 pass atts. for 2,039 yds., 14 TDs and 13 INTs. Also added 544 rushing yds. and 6 TDs on 121 carries. In 2009, was named first-team All-Pac-10 after starting all 12 games in which he appeared, completing 177 of 305 pass atts. for 2,147 yds. 15 TDs and 6 INTs, while adding 668 yds. rushing and 13 TDs on 121 carries. As a sophomore, played in 12 games (10 starts) completing 136 of 239 pass atts. for 1,744 yds., 13 TDs and 5 INTs, and added 127 carries for 718 yds. and 10 TDs. As a freshman, played at City College of San Francisco and helped team to a junior college national title. The Bay Area native attended Serra (San Mateo, CA) HS for three years before spending his senior year at St. Louis (Honolulu, HI) HS, earning first-team all-state basketball honors. Born 8/24/88 in San Francisco, CA.

TE Konrad Reuland
6-4, 260
Stanford

Saw action in 25 games (11 starts) at Stanford after transferring from Notre Dame following the 2007 season. Named honorable mention All-Pac-10 after catching 21 passes for 209 yds. with 1 TD in 13 games (7 starts) as a senior. As a junior, played in 12 games (3 starts) and caught 6 passes for 142 yds. Did not see action in 2008 after transferring from Notre Dame, where he saw action in 7 games as a true freshman and 3 games as a sophomore. Attended Mission Viejo (CA) HS, where he did not play football until his sophomore season. Also lettered in basketball. Lived with relatives in small town near Dusseldorf, Germany, between eighth and ninth grade. Born 4/4/87 in Ohio. 

LB Kenny Rowe
6-3, 232
Oregon

Played in 52 games (26 starts) for the Ducks, registering 109 tackles, 23.5 sacks, 10 FFs, 2 FRs, 37.5 TFLs and 9 PDs. In 2010, named first-team All-Pac-10 according to Scout.com and second-team choice by the conference coaches, Phil Steele and Rivals.com. Started all 13 games, registering a team-high 7 sacks, while notching 48 tackles, 5 FFs, FR, 16.5 TFLs and 3 PDs. His 5 FFs ranked t-2nd in the nation and led the Pac-10. As a junior, was an honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection, registering 43 tackles, 11.5 sacks, 3 FFs, FR, 15 TFLs and 4 PDs. Played in all 13 games as a sophomore and recorded 10 tackles, 1 FF and 2 PDs. As a freshman, tallied 8 tackles, 5 sacks, 1 FF and 6 TFLs. Attended Poly (Long Beach, CA) HS, where he was named a SuperPrep All-American. Born 4/22/89 in Los Angeles, CA. 

NT Sealver Siliga
6-2, 307
Utah

Played in 37 games (21 starts) at Utah, recording 97 tackles, 2.5 sacks, FR, 11 TFLs and 5 PDs. In 2010, named honorable mention All-Mountain West after notching 41 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 FR, 4 TFLs and 1 PD in 12 starts. Helped the Utes rank 2nd in the Mountain West and 11th in the nation in run defense (111.7 yds./gm.). As a sophomore, played in 13 games (9 starts) and recorded 49 tackles, sack, 6.5 TFLs and 4 PDs. In 2008, played in 12 games and registered 7 tackles and 0.5 TFL. Attended Cooper Hills (West Jordon, UT) HS, lettering in football four times, lining up on both the offensive and defensive lines. Majored in general studies. Born 4/26/90 in West Jordon, UT, and has 5 brothers and 5 sisters. 

DB Anthony West
6-0, 205
Nebraska

A key contributor during his four-year career for the Huskers, West played in 50 games (17 starts), notching 59 tackles, 3 TFLs and 2 sacks. Earned playing time in all 14 games his senior season and was a key contributor on special teams throughout his career at Nebraska. Was named second-team Academic All-Big 12 (2010), Big 12 Commissioner’s Fall Academic Honor Roll (2009) and Big 12 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll (2010). Graduated from Point Loma (San Diego, CA) HS. Earnedbachelor’s degree in sociology in May of 2010, and played his senior season as a graduate student. Born 3/29/88 in San Diego, CA.

T Kenny Wiggins
6-6, 314
Fresno State

A two-year starter at RT for the Bulldogs, was named first-team All-WAC in 2010 and second-team All-WAC in 2009. Made 26 consecutive starts at RT to round out collegiate career after seeing action on special teams as a sophomore and redshirt freshman. Attended Elk Grove (CA) HS, where he was first-team all-metro and first-team all-section in football, while also earning all-league honors in basketball. Born 8/8/88 in Elk Grove, CA.

NT Ian Williams
6-1, 305
Notre Dame

Played in 45 games (25 starts) for the Irish, registering 161 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 2 INTs, 13 TFLs and 3 PDs. As a senior, started all 8 games he appeared in, notching 37 tackles, 1.5 sacks, INT, 3.5 TFLs and 1 PD. In 2009, played in 12 games (8 starts) and recorded 39 tackles, INT, 6 TFLs and PD. Played in 13 games (7 starts) as a sophomore and tallied 40 tackles, 2 TFLs and 1 PD. In 2007, named second-team Freshman All-American by The NFL Draft Report after registering 45 tackles and 1.5 TFLs in 12 games (2 starts). Attended Lyman (Longwood, FL) HS, lettering in football and track & field. Enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters and majored in film, television and theatre. Born 8/31/89 in Altamonte Springs, FL.


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24 Responses to “49ers Announce Undrafted Free Agents”

  1. By alex_fn_smith on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    i really would like to know what happened to clements last year,me personally thought clements was the best cb in the nfl for the first few years he was with us,then he got hurt 2 seasons ago and then all of a sudden last year he just never really bounced back,either he was playing hurt last year and didnt tell anyone, or hes done for

  2. By JasonXFlash on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    He got burned last yr. I think he should redo his contract take a cuts and redeem….

  3. By Travis on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    So according to Dontavia Bogan’s twitter he is getting fitted for equipment. Don’t get why he isn’t on the list. The others they might have changed their mind or been false reports but the guy says he is getting fitted for equipment. Or is the list guys who signed, not just agreed to sign?

    Previous Reports of Signing???
    Dontavia Bogan – WR – USF
    DeMarcus Dobbs – DE – Georgia
    Cory Nelms – DB/KR – Miami
    Monte Simmons – LB – Kent State
    Brian Bulcke – DL – Stanford

  4. By JasonXFlash on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    What’s up with Jeremiah Masoli. @ first he’s a QB, than he’s a WR, now he’s a RB. Is he all three.???

  5. By alex_fn_smith on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    but wasnt it great when we had him on one side and walt harris on the other????…that was the last time our secondary was perfect…it only goes to show one man cant do it all himself…is it really nate-dog…or would anybody look bad out there,including asomugha ,when spencer is on opposite side giving up big plays,and you have inconsistent,mediocre safeties backing you up,i say keep clements and still go after asomugha if we cant get him get someone….i dont care anyone….whos better than spencer

  6. By alex_fn_smith on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    oh….and did i mention our safety issue??? im gonna wait to see on taylor mays this year before i make my decision on him….i havent seen enough to judge…but goldson…..i hope he does go to the raiders…hes a good tackler,i’ll give him that but, he cant cover for s$#@t….however maybe he wouldnt be so bad if he was backing up a shutdown corner….once again anybody could look bad backing up spencer…and if we do keep spencer,i think he wouldnt make a bad safety…but corner…he dont belong

  7. By alex_fn_smith on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    it was a pretty good move on harbaughs part signing center chase beeler,hes quick,smart and a hard worker i dont think hes as good as heitman,but we really dont have a choice here….however hes better than baas…baas wont be missed at all…

  8. By alex_fn_smith on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    i also think if used properly joe hastings could really help us …in addition to ronald johnson….it looks like harbaugh is giving alex ” the thing that wouldnt leave ” smith a lot of targets,if this is gonna be the type of season i think its gonna be,and if we have some good play calling,which im sure we will,it might not matter whos back there at quarterback. im so glad to have an offensive minded coach again…. hallelujah! ( did i spell that right )

  9. By alex_fn_smith on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    masoli! i knew that name sounded familiar! im not a college football fan,i never watch….but during the nfl draft i was looking up a bunch of quarterbacks,and i remember watching highlights of masoli and thinking “wow this guy is amazing!” he seems really fast and he has ” it ” but i wondered why no one was talking about him,then found out about his trouble with the law and realized why no one was talking about him…. oh well….and now i find out that we grabbed him! thats nuts! hes gonna be good!

  10. By Gomez Family on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    So what happened to the local guy Ernie Lawson. He played NT for 3 years and DE his Senior Year. He has played against some of the guys listed. He is a hard worker, Started all his games from his soph year to Senior Year. Named MVP for Defense for his San Diego Team etc. We have been fans for years and were looking forward to seeing him on the 49ers.

  11. By faccipazzo on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    Clements has a bad case of [Ronnie-lottus], at cornerback]. That of being, constantly caught staring back into the backfield.. All Clements plays are made on other teammate breakdowns, never on his own man. He consistently beats himself, by this bad habit. [ Antidote for Ronnie-lottus ], Make Clements a safety alla Ronnie Lott. That way he’s always looking into the backfield coming downhill. He’s toasted as a cornerback in san francisco.

  12. By JDS on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    Sure get “NAM-DEE”, but reach out to Jonathan Joseph. First and foremst fix Frank Gore’s issues.

  13. By lucero on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    get the corner back from oakland. just get it done!!!

  14. By Robinson86 on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    lock up that shut-down corner nnamdi or cromartie just latch onto one of those guys. Looks like were making some serious moves to be a contender quickly. Cant wait for the games to begin.

  15. By usu46 on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    Wait til you see this kid corcoran he is something else. He got a bad deal at rutgers. He is the real deal a big back that can run inside and out blocks like a bus and has great hands. I think rathmans going to turn this guy into a star

  16. By mario on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    why r we signing all these rookies instead of getting the guys back from last year that helped the team or going out and getting some real help

  17. By jrparker on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    Too many Stanford signees. I don’t like it. It tells me Harbaugh is not as focused on the job at hand as he should be.

  18. By jay on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    Sigh Back Dashon Goldson! I heard the raiders are in serious talks with him, I mean goldson was a ball hawk, he will get better in time. Also Why aren’t the niners making any elite changes! seachickens, Rams, n cards are making good moves except for that kolb.lol. We need secondary help the most, please niners get some good dbs that can cover well.

  19. By Rathman 44 on Jul 27, 2011 | Reply

    For a team claiming to run a west coast offense, where are the big recievers? More of the same, 5-10 guys with no run after the catch or tackle breaking abilities. The fallacy in all of this is that the coaches change but the same guys are picking and scouting the draft picks. How about getting guys from the west coast coaching tree/philosophy.

  20. By Brian on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Secondary needs help,they messed up on Culliver.Good returner and has 4.3 speed but wasn’t worth 3rd round pick. They turned down better talent.

  21. By PAniners on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    Trying to remain optimistic but its getting harder and harder. Have not signed any impact players. Why not at least try for orton at qb? I agree with letting clements go, but now who is gonna replace him. Asomugha is almost definetly going to the jets. cromartie will probably end up in philly. Looks like all we did this offseason was change the coach, weaken the already bad secondary, and put our faith yet again in alex smith. Feels like jed york wants to contend with the bengals for biggest joke

  22. By Hermie on Jul 28, 2011 | Reply

    I have to believe with the 9ers letting Clements go, that they are going to try and bring in a top caliber cornerback. I am hoping that they target one of the top three cornerbacks, especially since they let Clements go…We have to live with Alex until Kaepernick is ready to go!! CK will have the starting job by mid-season!!

  23. By t-roy on Jul 29, 2011 | Reply

    The Niners have not done anything in the FA market, what are they wating for? I was hoping for a top Flight CB after they let Clements go. Maybe the one from the Jets that is A FA?

  24. By Chuck Dart Sr. on Jul 29, 2011 | Reply

    There is a great young kicker out there from UCLA. Sign him and please make some moves in the market to shore up what we all know are our weak points are. This reminds me of when we brought in a person who I got to know and respect from Stanford. The late and great coach. Bill Walsh. Let’s not slide back but move forward to greatness in our new stadium in the future. The future is NOW!!!!!

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