With limited maneuverability this offseason, the 49ers news cycle has been searching for cost-effective depth at the wide receiver position.
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the San Francisco 49ers will bring in Georgia State wide receiver Albert Wilson for a visit at a currently unspecified time.
Wilson is projected by most draft experts to land as either a late-round pick or as an undrafted free agent post-draft. He has an All-American selection to his credit, along with two All-Sun Belt conference honors.The potential 49ers target is the Georgia State record holder for most career receiving touchdowns with 26. He finished 2013 with 71 receptions for a robust 1,177 yards and eight touchdowns.
Wilson's size may be held against him by most NFL teams and experts (he stands at just five-foot-nine), however he could definitely be valuable as a speed option or as a kick returner. Wilson has run a low in the 40-yard-dash of 4.32, officially clocking in at the 2014 NFL Combine at 4.43 seconds.
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