49ers’ undrafted FAs: the official list

Name                       Position    Ht.        Wt.      School

Mike Balogun                  LB                6-0           240         Oklahoma

Tramaine Brock               CB                5-10         197         Belhaven

Jarrett Brown                   QB               6-3           224         West Virginia

Shay Hodge                     WR               6-1           214         Mississippi

Keaton Kristick               LB                6-3           234         Oregon State

Scott Long                       WR               6-2           216         Louisville

Christopher Maragos       S                   5-10         200         Wisconsin

Jared Perry                       WR               6-1           177         Missouri

Patrick Stoudamire          CB                5-10         206         Western Illinois

Leroy Vann                     CB/RS          5-8           177         Florida A&M


Player Bios

 

LB Mike Balogun – Oklahoma – (6-0, 240)

Played for the Sooners
for one season, appearing in 10 games (2 starts) and recording 13
tackles, including a season-high 6 stops in the National Championship
game against Florida in 2008. Did not play in 2009. Starred at
Lackawanna (PA) CC before transferring to Oklahoma. Named the Northeast
Football Conference Player of the Year, while earning first-team
Northeast Football All-Conference and second-team NJCAA All-American,
racking up 86 tackles in 2007. Also added 1 sack, 2 INTs and 3 FFs.
Earned degree in sociology. Born 9/28/83 in Upper Marlboro, MD.

 

CB Tramaine Brock - Belhaven – (5-10, 197)

In 11 games as a senior
at Belhaven, posted 51 tackles, 13.5 TFLs, 2.5
sacks, 6 INTs, 10 PDs and 1 FR, while also returning 29 kicks for
505 yds. Spent junior season at Minnesota, totaling 73 tackles
, 6 PDs, 1 INT, 3 FFs and 1
FR
, before transferring to
Belhaven. Prior to time at Minnesota, played at one of the nation’s
top junior college
programs,
Mississippi
Gulf Coast, helping the Bulldogs to a perfect 12-0 r
ecord and a share of the
NJCAA National C
hampionship as a sophomore. Totaled 72 tackles, 7 INTs and 2 FFs
in 17 games at MGC. Attended Long Beach Senior (MS) HS, recording 57
tackles and 4 INTs as a junior,
while rushing for 690 yds. and 5 TDs. Majored in
communication studies. Born 8/20/88 in Gulfport, MS.

 

QB Jarrett Brown – West Virginia – (6-3,
224)

Saw action in 38 games
(15 starts) in his career and completed 268 of 421 passes (63.6 pct.)
for 2,943 yds. with 16 TDs and 13 INTs, adding 1,138 rushing yds. on 234
carries with 13 TDs. Started all 13 games as a senior, and became the
first Mountaineer quarterback to throw for more than 2,000 yds. in a
season (2,144) since Marc Bulger in 1998. A 2nd-team All Big East
selection, ranked 2nd on the team with 466 rushing yds. and 5
TDs. Compiled a 23-6 overall record when he threw at least one pass in a
game, including an 11-4 record as a starter. Earned all-state honors at
Palm Beach Lakes (FL) HS and was Sun-Sentinel POY. Lettered four
times in basketball and led the team to the Class 6-A state finals as a
senior. Majored in athletic coaching education. Born 1/23/86 in West
Palm Beach, FL.

 

WR Shay Hodge – Mississippi – (6-1,
214)

Saw action in all 50
games (29 starts) during his four-year career at Ole Miss. Ranks as
school’s career-leader in receiving yds. (2,646) and ranks 2nd in
recepts. (173) and TDs (22). Named 1st-team All-SEC as a senior after
leading team in rec. yds. per game (87.3) and recepts. (5.4). Set
single-season record for rec. yds. and became the first 1,000-yd.
receiver in school history (1,135). As a junior, earned 3rd-team All-SEC
honors and tied for the SEC lead with 8 TD catches. Lettered four years
in basketball, earning MVP honors and averaging 25 ppg. at Morton (MS)
HS. Majored in journalism. Full name is
Vareion Deshay Hodge. Born 10/18/87.

 

LB Keaton Kristick – Oregon St. – (6-3, 234)

A two-year starter,
played in 50 games (27 starts) and totaled 211 tackles, 22.5 TFLs, 5.5
sacks, 2 INTs, 2 FFs and 2 FRs. Earned first-team All-Pac 10 honors as a
senior after leading the Beavers with 95 tackles and adding 7.5 TFLs, 1
sack, 2 INTs, 1 FF and 1 FR. In 2008, posted 84 tackles and 14 TFLs, to
go along with 3.5 sacks. Starred at St. Mary’s HS in Phoenix, AZ, and
was named first-team all-state as a senior. Played both LB and RB,
leading the team in both tackles and rushing from 2003-05. Named the
region’s Defensive POY. Majored in business. Born Keaton Kristick on
4/25/88 in Naperville, IL.

 

WR Scott Long – Louisville – (6-2, 216)

Saw action in 35 games (13 starts) during his four-year career at
Louisville, recording 91 catches for 1,286 yds. and 4 TDs. Led team
with 53 recepts. for 727 yds. with 2 TDs in 12 games (10 starts) as a
senior. Missed first four games of junior season while recovering from a
foot injury and went on to catch 11 passes for 201 yds. and 2 TDs in
three games before suffering a season-ending ACL injury. Played three
seasons at South Brunswick HS in Southport, NC, where he received
all-conference and all-county honors at WR as a senior. Also named
all-county in his sophomore season for his play at DB. Performed on
track and field team. Majored in sport administration. Born 10/22/86 in
Southport, NC.

 

S Chris Maragos – Wisconsin – (5-10, 200)

Played in 26 games (19
starts) at safety in his two-year career at Wisconsin after transferring
from Western Michigan prior to the 2007 season. Earned honorable
mention All-Big Ten and the UW’s Tom Wiesner Award as a senior captain,
starting all 13 games and leading team with 4 INTs to go along with 49
tackles, 6 PBUs, 1 sack, 1 FF and 3 TFLs. As a junior, saw action in 13
games (6 starts) and posted 45 tackles and 1 INT. Sat out 2007 season
after transferring from Western Michigan. Played in 13 games (8 starts)
at wide receiver in 2006 and caught 25 passes for 222 yds., while 
making 5 tackles on defense. Joined team as a walk-on in the fall and
redshirted in 2005. Was an all-state, all-district and all-county
selection at William Horlick HS in Racine, WI, where he was a two-time
captain and team MVP. Earned all-conference 12 times between football
and track. Father, Nick, was a free safety at Northern Iowa, and
brother, Troy, was a former Bucky Badger. Earned a degree in business.
Born 1/6/87 in Racine, WI.

 

WR Jared Perry - Missouri – (6-1, 177)

Played in 52 games (27
starts) for the Tigers and recorded 137 recepts. for 1,844 yds. and 13
TDs. Finished 2nd on the team with 46 recepts. for 696 yds.
and 6 TDs as a senior. Amassed 41 recepts. for 567 yds. and 4 TDs in his
junior campaign. Earned honorable mention freshman All-American honors
and was named to the Big 12′s All-Freshman team by The Sporting News
after leading all freshmen with 37 catches for 429 yds. and 3 TDs in
2006. Starred in both football and track at La Marque (TX) HS and was
named first-team all-district as a junior after notching 51 catches for
1,000 yds. and 8 TDs. Born Jared Perry on 3/29/88 in La Marque, TX.

 

CB Patrick Stoudamire - Western Illinois -
(5-10, 206
)

Named first-team
All-Missouri Valley Football Conference three times, totaling 134
tackles, 6 INTs, 41 PDs, 2 FFs and 1 FR in 42 games for the
Leathernecks. As a senior, posted 37 tackles, 17 PDs, 1 INT, 1 FF and 1
FR in 11 games (10 starts).
A season prior, tallied 32 tackles, 9 PDs and 1 INT. Had a
breakout season as a sophomore, registering 41 tackles, 9 PDs, 3 INTs
and 1 FF in 11 games (10 starts). Attended Centennial (OR) HS, rushing
for 1,253 yds. and 15 TDs as an all-state QB, while also earning
all-state honors at DB. Also earned numerous honors in basketball.
Is the cousin of the NBA’s Salim Stoudamire
(Milwaukee Bucks) and 13-year veteran (retired) Damon Stoudamire.
Majored
in
biology.
Born
2/21/88 in Portland, OR.

 

CB/KR LeRoy Vann – Florida A&M -
(5-8, 177)

Became one of five
players in NCAA FCS history to return both punts and kickoffs for at
least 1,000 yds. in a career. Set the NCAA record with 11 combined TD
returns, including 58 career punt returns for 1,033 yds. and 8 TDs, and
81 kickoff returns for 1,973 yds. and 3 TDs. Owns 5 NCAA return records,
while tying another, and holds 9 school and conference return records.
Also totaled 107 tackles, 13.5 TFLs, 3 sacks and 2 INTs in his career as
a defensive back. Returned 29 punts for 569 yds. (20.2 avg.) and 5 TDs
as a senior. The 20.2 average ranked 2nd in the NCAA FCS. As a
junior, recorded 1,121 kickoff return yds. with 3 TDs and 464 punt
return yds. with 3 TDs. Lettered in football and track at Howard W.
Blake HS in Tampa, FL. Majored in criminal justice. Born 11/18/86 in
Tampa, FL.

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