It should come as no surprise that 49ers general manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan will attend Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields’ second pro day this Wednesday and North Dakota State QB Trey Lance next Monday. Ian Rapoport tweeted: “While there appears to be a No. 3 clubhouse manager, they will use all free time to make one last call.”
San Francisco is not the only team at hand that sees Fields, per. Albert Breer. The New England Patriots will also be present. During both players’ first pro day, their throwing coaches wrote scripts for training. This time, both Niners and Pats will run the throwing session.
Breer added that Ohio State would only allow three people from each team. I wonder if Adam Peters would join Shanahan and Lynch this time. It would not be surprising to see offensive coordinator Mike McDaniels see a first-hand look at San Francisco̵
If New England want to be there to see the Fields, that means the former Ohio State quarterback will not last long in the draft. The Patriots have been rumored to be a team that could trade with Atlanta at No. 4, so their interest in Fields makes sense.
We keep an eye out for other teams participating in Lance’s pro day, as it can give us an insight into who’s keeping an eye on Lance other than San Francisco.