The San Francisco 49ers ended the regular season strong winning five games in a row with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo as their starting quarterback. The 49ers' still have needs that need to be addressed and one of the biggest needs is improving the offensive line. With the 2018 NFL Draft a month away the 49ers draft rumors are continuing to grow, including one around whether or not they will draft a Division III prospect. San Francisco was one of 20 teams that attended Wesley College in Delaware to check out offensive lineman Matthew Gono.
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According to NFL Draft analyst Tony Pauline, the 49ers are scheduled to have a private workout with Gono.
Who is Matthew Gono? He is a monster of a lineman who stands 6-foot-4 and weighs 316 pounds. He played tackle for Division III Wesley College in 2017 and was a standout player at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. Gono entered the season viewed as a potential free agent but after his Pro Day, he may hear his name called in the draft, possibly by the 49ers.