Mariano Sori-Marin and D’Shawn Jamison among 11 UDFA contract 49ers in 2023

Two days after the conclusion of the 2023 NFL Draft, the 49ers announced Monday that they have signed 11 undrafted rookie agents.

San Francisco already boasts a roster stacked across the board, but hopes to find post-draft players who can add depth in various positions in 2023 and beyond.

The club has historically succeeded in developing uncertified free agents into influential players. Many eventually signed healthy contracts after they got their chance in the Bay Area.

Elijah Mitchell and wide receiver Jauan Jennings are two notable free agents currently on the 49ers roster. Detroit Lions cornerback Emanuel Mosley, Tennessee Titans linebacker Aziz Poet, Miami Dolphins running back Jeff Wilson Jr., and New England Patriots wide receiver Kendrick Born all signed as UDFAs with the 49ers.

Here is the 49ers 2023 class for unoccupied free agents:

Ronald Awat, Right Back, Youtuber

to rise: 5 ft 11
Weight: 205 pounds

Awatt appeared in 44 games during his six years at UTEP, but it wasn’t until his last two seasons that the ball carrier really blossomed. Awatt recorded 322 carries for 1,578 yards and eight touchdowns during that two-year stint to go along with 17 receptions for 235 yards.

Jack Coleto, FB, Oregon

to rise: 6ft-3
Weight: 237 pounds

Coleto played in 43 games during his five seasons at Oregon State. Originally enrolled as a starting quarterback, Coleto switched to linebacker and linebacker in 2020.

In his final season in Corvallis, Oregon, Coleto recorded 27 carries for 103 yards and six touchdowns while also contributing on defense, recording 27 total tackles (19 solo).

Joy Fisher, OL, Shepherd

to rise: 6 feet – 4
Weight: 296 pounds

Fisher was Shepherd’s starting tackle for 43 games. In 2022, he earned DII All-American and First-Team All-PSAC East honors, paving the way for a powerful Shepherd offense that produced 489.3 total yards per game.

DeShawn Jamison, CB, Texas

to rise: 5 ft 9
Weight:185 pounds

Jamison appeared in 60 games – 40 as a starter – recording 139 tackles (6.0 tackles for loss), 23 pass breakups, and six interceptions over five seasons at Texas. The Longhorn is also a talented returner with punt returns of 98 and 100 yards as well as a 90-yard kickoff return during his college career.

Khalan Labourne, RB, Marshall

to rise: 5 feet – 10
Weight: 204 pounds

In 13 games last season, Labourne recorded 302 carries for 1,513 yards and 16 touchdowns. The talented ball carrier also caught 16 passes for 116 yards.

Corey Luciano, OL, Washington

to rise: 6 feet – 4
Weight: 307 pounds

Luciano was fit to start in 35 games and start 13 over his four seasons in Washington. In 2022, the offensive lineman earned Third Team All-Pac 12 honors as a center after starting all 13 games.

Ilm Manning, OL, Hawaii

to rise: 6 ft 2
Weight: 294 pounds

Manning started 60 games over five years at Hawaii and earned first-team All-Mountain West honors in 2022 as the school’s left tackle.

Mariano Suri Marin, LB, Minnesota

to rise: 6 ft 2
Weight: 236 pounds

Over five seasons playing for head coach B.J. Fleck at Minnesota, Suri Marin appeared in 58 games and recorded 274 tackles – 137 solo and 14.5 for loss. As a fifth-year senior in 2022, the Gophers’ starter earned third-team All-Big Ten honors after tallying 88 tackles, six tackles for loss, three pass breakups, and 1.5 sacks.

Spencer Wiig, DL, North Dakota State

to rise: 6 feet – 5
Weight: 295 pounds

Waege was fit for 57 games – 29 as a starter at his alma mater, Trey Lance, North Dakota State. As a senior, the lineman recorded 51 tackles, 17.5 tackles for loss, 9.0 sacks and two forced fumbles which earned him First Team All-American honors as well as First Team All-MVFC recognition.

Shay White, WR, Tulane

to rise: 6 feet – 0
Weight: 188 pounds

White appeared in 24 games over two seasons at Tulane, recording 68 catches for 1,068 yards and 10 touchdowns for an average of 15.7 yards per reception.

Avery Young, S, Rutgers

to rise: 6 feet – 0
Weight:198 pounds

Young appeared in 57 games over five seasons at Rutgers, recording 310 tackles, 22 pass breakups, 11.5 tackles for loss and three interceptions. In 2022, Young earned All-Big Ten Honorable Mention honors after achieving 84 tackles, four pass breakups, two tackles for loss, one forced fumble and one interception.

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