Lance working out with 49ers' receivers minus Deebo in SoCal


Trey Lance is spending the early part of the offseason in Southern California with a handful of his 49ers teammates. 

The second-year 49ers quarterback posted photos on his Instagram working out with wideouts Brandon Aiyuk, Jauan Jennings, Conor Wedington and newly signed return specialist Ray-Ray McCloud. The group is in Huntington Beach at 3DQB where Lance prepared for the 2021 NFL Draft.

Deebo Samuel, who wants a new contract from the 49ers, is not training with the group in California, instead choosing Florida in order to be closer to his newborn son. The "wide-back" has spent previous offseasons in Houston working out with Trent Williams and Adrian Peterson, so this is not a surprise, unlike his social media behavior.

Prior to his arrival in Santa Clara, Lance worked with renowned quarterback coach John Beck, who is part of of the team put together by CEO and quarterback guru Adam Dedeaux. 

Beck spent six seasons as a quarterback in the NFL from 2007-2012 after a standout career at Brigham Young University. Beck’s NFL career included two seasons with Washington where Kyle Shanahan was his offensive coordinator.

In 2013, Beck began training at 3DQB with Tom House and Dedeaux, who have worked with many notable NFL quarterbacks including Jimmy Garoppolo, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Matt Ryan, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford and Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. 

The coaching group focuses on fine tuning the biomechanics of a quarterback’s throwing movement using 3D motion analysis. They believe that the work will help a quarterback deliver the ball more accurately and efficiently. The group also focuses on three other main values: strength and conditioning, nutrition and the mental aspect of being a quarterback.

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Lance will have the opportunity to showcase everything he has learned this offseason during the 49ers' nine OTA practices, where he will be lined up as the first team starter. Even if Garoppolo is still on the roster when practices begin, the veteran quarterback won’t be able to throw a football until July due to offseason shoulder surgery.

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