San Francisco 49ers Roster 2020 San Francisco 49ers Roster

13-3, 1st NFC West

@ KC

11:30 pm GMT, 2/2

Going just 4-12 last year, the 49ers finished ahead of only the Cardinals in the NFC West. With the Rams and Seahawks heading the division, I simply don't see a reality where the 49ers have a true shot at a postseason run this year. The good news for San Fransisco is that they will finally have Jimmy Garoppolo back and get a chance to see how their offense operates with him at the helm. A lot of eyes will be on newly drafted defensive end Nick Bosa to see if he can breathe some life into this defense.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Jimmy Garoppolo
Jimmy Garoppolo J. Garoppolo
10
79
#18 QB 6'2" 225 28 11/2/91 7 2014 2 62 Eastern Illinois
QB
CJ Beathard
CJ Beathard C. Beathard
3
71
#59 QB 6'2" 215 26 11/16/93 4 2017 3 104 Iowa
QB
Nick Mullens
Nick Mullens N. Mullens
4
66
#84 QB 6'1" 210 25 3/21/95 3 2017 Southern Mississippi
RB
Jerick McKinnon
Jerick McKinnon J. McKinnon
28
84
#25 RB 5'9" 205 27 5/3/92 7 2014 3 96 Georgia Southern
RB
Tevin Coleman
Tevin Coleman T. Coleman
0
82
#25 RB 6'1" 210 26 4/16/93 6 2015 3 73 Indiana
RB
Raheem Mostert
Raheem Mostert R. Mostert
31
73
#91 RB 5'10" 205 27 4/9/92 6 2015 Purdue
FB
Kyle Juszczyk
Kyle Juszczyk K. Juszczyk
44
86
#1 FB 6'1" 235 28 4/23/91 8 2013 4 130 Harvard
WR
Marquise Goodwin
Marquise Goodwin M. Goodwin
11
85
#28 WR 5'9" 185 29 11/19/90 8 2013 3 78 Texas
WR
Dante Pettis
Dante Pettis D. Pettis
18
81
#43 WR 6'1" 195 24 10/23/95 3 2018 2 44 Washington
WR
Trent Taylor
Trent Taylor T. Taylor
15
73
#138 WR 5'8" 180 25 4/30/94 4 2017 5 177 Louisiana Tech
WR
Deebo Samuel
Deebo Samuel D. Samuel
19
73
#149 WR 6'0" 215 24 1/15/96 2 2019 2 36 South Carolina
WR
Jalen Hurd
Jalen Hurd J. Hurd
17
70
#196 WR 6'4" 230 24 1/23/96 2 2019 3 67 Baylor
WR
Shawn Poindexter
Shawn Poindexter S. Poindexter
1
70
#187 WR 6'5" 213 24 12/13/95 2 2019 Arizona
WR
Richie James
Richie James R. James
13
66
#243 WR 5'9" 185 24 9/5/95 3 2018 7 240 Middle Tennessee State
TE
George Kittle
George Kittle G. Kittle
85
91
#3 TE 6'4" 250 26 10/9/93 4 2017 5 146 Iowa
TE
Daniel Helm
Daniel Helm D. Helm
0
77
#38 TE 6'4" 251 24 4/20/95 1 2019 Duke
TE
Garrett Celek
Garrett Celek G. Celek
88
75
#56 TE 6'5" 252 31 5/29/88 9 2012 Michigan State
TE
Ross Dwelley
Ross Dwelley R. Dwelley
82
66
#119 TE 6'5" 235 25 1/26/95 3 2018 San Diego
C
Weston Richburg
Weston Richburg W. Richburg
58
84
#8 C 6'4" 295 28 7/9/91 7 2014 2 43 Colorado State
C
Kofi Amichia
Kofi Amichia K. Amichia
0
68
#111 C 6'3" 305 25 7/29/94 1 2017 6 212 South Florida
C
Jake Brendel
Jake Brendel J. Brendel
0
62
#86 C 6'4" 299 27 9/10/92 3 2016 UCLA
OG
Mike Person
Mike Person M. Person
68
77
#34 OG 6'4" 305 31 6/17/88 10 2011 7 239 Montana State
OG
Laken Tomlinson
Laken Tomlinson L. Tomlinson
75
73
#78 OG 6'3" 315 28 2/9/92 6 2015 1 28 Duke
OG
Ross Reynolds
Ross Reynolds R. Reynolds
76
72
#97 OG 6'4" 300 24 9/14/95 1 2019 Iowa
OT
Joe Staley
Joe Staley J. Staley
74
88
#6 OT 6'5" 300 35 8/30/84 14 2007 1 28 Central Michigan
OT
Mike McGlinchey
Mike McGlinchey M. McGlinchey
69
85
#13 OT 6'8" 310 25 1/12/95 3 2018 1 9 Notre Dame
OT
Justin Skule
Justin Skule J. Skule
67
77
#33 OT 6'6" 315 23 11/23/96 2 2019 6 183 Vanderbilt
OT
Jaryd Jones-Smith
Jaryd Jones-Smith J. Jones-Smith
0
73
#76 OT 6'7" 320 24 9/3/95 1 2018 Pittsburgh
OT
Daniel Brunskill
Daniel Brunskill D. Brunskill
60
68
#93 OT 6'5" 300 26 1/27/94 2 2017 San Diego State
OT
Andrew Lauderdale
Andrew Lauderdale A. Lauderdale
64
66
#168 OT 6'6" 291 26 11/22/93 2 2017 New Hampshire
OT
Leonard Wester
Leonard Wester L. Wester
0
64
#139 OT 6'6" 305 27 1/3/93 3 2016 Missouri Western State
NT
Earl Mitchell
Earl Mitchell E. Mitchell
93
72
#45 NT 6'3" 310 32 9/25/87 10 2010 3 81 Arizona
DT
Ray Smith
Ray Smith R. Smith
0
75
#41 DT 6'1" 302 23 1/18/97 1 2019 Boston College
DT
Willie Henry
Willie Henry W. Henry
0
74
#26 DT 6'3" 288 26 3/20/94 3 2016 4 132 Michigan
DT
Kevin Givens
Kevin Givens K. Givens
90
72
#89 DT 6'1" 285 23 3/1/97 1 2019 Penn State
DT
Jullian Taylor
Jullian Taylor J. Taylor
77
68
#87 DT 6'5" 305 25 1/30/95 3 2018 7 223 Temple
DT
DJ Jones
DJ Jones D. Jones
93
66
#93 DT 6'0" 305 25 1/19/95 4 2017 6 198 Mississippi
DE
Dee Ford
Dee Ford D. Ford
55
85
#16 DE 6'2" 252 29 3/19/91 7 2014 1 23 Auburn
DE
Nick Bosa
Nick Bosa N. Bosa
97
79
#33 DE 6'4" 266 22 10/23/97 2 2019 1 2 Ohio State
DE
Arik Armstead
Arik Armstead A. Armstead
91
75
#65 DE 6'7" 290 26 11/15/93 6 2015 1 17 Oregon
DE
Solomon Thomas
Solomon Thomas S. Thomas
94
75
#72 DE 6'3" 280 24 8/26/95 4 2017 1 3 Stanford
DE
Jonathan Kongbo
Jonathan Kongbo J. Kongbo
0
68
6'5" 256 24 3/19/96 1 2020 Tennessee
DE
Alex Barrett
Alex Barrett A. Barrett
0
66
#173 DE 6'3" 260 26 3/6/94 1 2017 San Diego State
DE
Kentavius Street
Kentavius Street K. Street
95
65
#154 DE 6'2" 287 23 5/8/96 2 2018 4 128 North Carolina State
LB
Dre Greenlaw
Dre Greenlaw D. Greenlaw
57
77
#39 LB 6'0" 230 22 5/25/97 2 2019 5 148 Arkansas
LB
Kwon Alexander
Kwon Alexander K. Alexander
0
77
#43 LB 6'1" 227 25 8/3/94 6 2015 4 124 LSU
LB
Fred Warner
Fred Warner F. Warner
54
74
#46 LB 6'3" 230 23 11/19/96 3 2018 3 70 Brigham Young
LB
Azeez Al-Shaair
Azeez Al-Shaair A. Al-Shaair
51
71
#62 LB 6'2" 228 22 8/4/97 2 2019 Florida Atlantic
LB
Joey Alfieri
Joey Alfieri J. Alfieri
0
68
6'2" 226 24 3/6/96 1 2019 Stanford
LB
Joe Walker
Joe Walker J. Walker
59
63
#104 LB 6'2" 236 27 12/11/92 5 2016 7 251 Oregon
LB
Mark Nzeocha
Mark Nzeocha M. Nzeocha
53
60
#150 LB 6'3" 235 30 1/19/90 6 2015 7 236 Wyoming
CB
Richard Sherman
Richard Sherman R. Sherman
25
95
#2 CB 6'3" 205 32 3/30/88 10 2011 5 154 Stanford
CB
Tim Harris
Tim Harris T. Harris
35
72
#135 CB 6'1" 205 24 7/31/95 2 2019 6 198 Virginia
CB
K'Waun Williams
K'Waun Williams K. Williams
24
71
#146 CB 5'9" 185 28 7/12/91 6 2014 Pittsburgh
CB
Ahkello Witherspoon
Ahkello Witherspoon A. Witherspoon
23
70
#153 CB 6'3" 195 25 3/21/95 4 2017 3 66 Colorado
CB
Teez Tabor
Teez Tabor T. Tabor
0
68
6'0" 201 24 12/31/95 3 Florida
CB
D.J. Reed
D.J. Reed D. Reed
32
67
#180 CB 5'9" 199 23 11/11/96 3 2018 5 142 Kansas State
CB
Jermaine Kelly
Jermaine Kelly J. Kelly
0
67
#206 CB 6'1" 204 25 2/26/95 2 2018 7 222 San Jose State
CB
Emmanuel Moseley
Emmanuel Moseley E. Moseley
41
66
#185 CB 5'11" 190 24 3/25/96 3 2018 Tennessee
SS
Jaquiski Tartt
Jaquiski Tartt J. Tartt
29
81
#18 SS 6'1" 215 28 2/12/92 6 2015 2 46 Samford
SS
Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles
Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles D. Flannigan-Fowles
45
75
#5 SS 6'2" 210 23 9/4/96 1 2019 Arizona
SS
Jacob Thieneman
Jacob Thieneman J. Thieneman
0
74
#4 SS 6'1" 215 24 2/29/96 1 2019 Purdue
SS
Marcell Harris
Marcell Harris M. Harris
36
65
#88 SS 6'0" 208 25 6/9/94 3 2018 6 184 Florida
FS
Derrick Kindred
Derrick Kindred D. Kindred
0
73
#48 FS 5'10" 210 26 12/15/93 3 2016 4 129 Texas Christian
FS
Tarvarius Moore
Tarvarius Moore T. Moore
33
69
#62 FS 6'2" 200 23 8/16/96 3 2018 3 95 Southern Mississippi
S
Chris Edwards
Chris Edwards C. Edwards
0
69
6'1" 218 27 12/23/92 1 2016 Idaho
LS
Kyle Nelson
Kyle Nelson K. Nelson
86 6'2" 240 33 10/3/86 9 2011 New Mexico State
P
Mitch Wishnowsky
Mitch Wishnowsky M. Wishnowsky
6
70
#34 P 6'2" 220 28 3/2/92 2 2019 4 110 Utah
PK
Robbie Gould
Robbie Gould R. Gould
9
86
#2 PK 6'0" 190 37 12/6/82 16 2005 Penn State

Top 3 49ers Roster Questions of 2019-2020

What did the 49ers do to improve their secondary?

There's no denying the Niners had one of the worst secondary productions in the NFL last season. The 49ers seemed to believe their poor secondary play was a result of a bad pass rush. Therefore, they traded a 2020 second round draft pick for Dee Ford and then signed him to a big deal. They took Nick Bosa second overall, in another attempt to heighten their pass rush. Basically, the 49ers are attempting to improve their secondary without really changing their existing secondary. They're hoping that with increased competition and a stronger pass rush, there will just be better production this year than there was last year. It's definitely a strategy that isn't as cut and dry as, say, just going out and getting a top safety, but it could work. We'll know the extent to which it works pretty early on in the season.

Why is 2019/20 such an important season for San Fransisco?

It effectively determines whether or not the 49ers are on the right track for building their future, or if they'll have to go back to square one. Their defensive line is now comprised of 3 first round draft picks and a veteran in Dee Ford. If they aren't able to get it done with that defensive line then there doesn't feel like there's a whole lot that can be done to improve this team. San Fransisco has obviously put their eggs in the Garoppolo basket, and if he isn't able to prove that he'll be their guy going forward in the 16 games of the season, the Niners will sort of be stuck. The season isn't important in the sense that anyone expects the 49ers to go on a post season run, but in the way that it will greatly impact the team's outlook moving forward.

Do the 49ers have a top 10 pass rush in the NFL?

As mentioned before, the 49ers have three first round draft picks on their defensive line accompanied by veteran Dee Ford. All the reporting out of 49ers training camp seems to lend itself to the idea that this pass rush is a huge upgrade. Nick Bosa has seemed to be everything the 49ers had thought he'd be when they elected to take him second overall in this year's draft. Of course, training camp is one thing. The real results come during the 16 games of the season and it'll be interesting to watch just how much of an upgrade the Niners have in their defensive line from last year. There's absolutely no denying it is an upgrade, but the extent of the upgrade is the thing to look out for.