Source: 49ers, Washington NFL draft prospects meet via video interviews


The 49ers recently had video interviews with two University of Washington prospects, a league source told NBC Sports Bay Area.

The 49ers had recent interactions with tight end Hunter Bryant and running back Salvon Ahmed over FaceTime, the source said.

Bryant (6-foot-2, 248 pounds) caught 52 passes for 825 yards and three touchdowns in 12 games last season as a junior before declaring for the 2020 NFL Draft. He projects as a second- or third-day draft pick.

Ahmed (5-11, 197) also declared for the draft after his junior season. He rushed for 1,020 yards and 11 touchdowns on 188 carries. He also caught 16 passes for 84 yards.

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Ahmed likely is a late-round draft pick or undrafted free agent.

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1. First round: No. 13; overall No. 13 (from Indianapolis)
2. First round: No. 31; overall No. 31
3. Fifth round: No. 11; overall No. 156 (from Denver)
4. Fifth round: No. 31; overall No. 176
5. Sixth round: No. 31; overall No. 210
6. Seventh round: No. 3; overall No. 217 (from Detroit)
7. Seventh round: No. 31; overall 245

-The 49ers acquired Indianapolis pick in the first round, in exchange for defensive lineman DeForest Buckner;
-The 49ers acquired Denver's pick in the fifth round, along with Emmanuel Sanders, in exchange for their own piakc in the third and fourth rounds;
-The 49ers traded second-round pick to Kansas City for DE Dee Ford;
-The 49ers acquired Detroit's seventh-round pick in trade that sent Eli Harold to the Lions.

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