Teams looking for a quarterback, including the 49ers with the third turn of the first round, will be able to see Justin Fields in action in a second passing session
SANTA CLARA – Due to a scheduling conflict with another prominent pro day, the general manager John Lynch, y head coach Kyle Shanahan of the San Francisco 49ers, were unable to attend the first quarterback pro day of Ohio State, Justin Fields, March 30th. Now as they wished and hoped Lynch and Shanahan, they will have another chance.
Ohio State has a second pro day scheduled on April 14, providing a new opportunity to the teams of the NFL, including Niners, really Fields in person, a source told ESPN. The Athletic reported in the first instance that Fields, who is in the conversation to go to the 49ers with the third overall selection, he will be participating in the second pro day of the Buckeyes.
Shanahan and Lynch they did not see the first exhibition of Fields because they were in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, observando al quarterback Mac Jones and the rest of the players of the Crimson Tide. That was the second pro day of Jones, after participating in one before, in the same month of March.
Although the assistant general manager Adam Peters, the director of collegiate viewers Ethan Waugh, and the quarterback coach Rich Scangarello represented the Niners in Columbus for the first pro day of Fields, Shanahan indicated that there would be a second chance for him to observe Fields in person, and that the details were being finalized.
“Alabama He has already had one, this is his second. And just talking to the agent Fields and everything, we’ll get another one from him, too, “he said Shanahan March 29. “So we can see it, so that decision is a little easier.”
Fields is one of the quarterbacks believed to be being considered for the third overall inning of the Draft 2021, in possession of the 49ers, With Jones and the quarterback of North Dakota State, Trey Lance.
On your first pro day Fields he posted impressive numbers, rushing the 40 yards in an official time of 4.44 seconds, and delivering accurate passes on multiple long sends.
“I think overall I had a solid day,” he said. Fields to reporters after the first session. “Of course, as I think you all know, my goal in those 40 yards was to be at least 4.3 seconds, so I’m a little upset with that. But, you know, other than that, I think I threw pretty well. I think. I had some failed passes, but that happens. Not everyone will be perfect. “