The San Francisco 49ers need help in their secondary. A lot of help. 

After finishing in dead-last with only two interceptions in 2018, there will be plenty of competition at cornerback for who starts opposite of Richard Sherman. Some of that can come in the 2019 NFL Draft. 

One potential option in the draft is Jimmy Moreland, who the 49ers reportedly worked out earlier this week, according to The Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson. 

Moreland is a lesser known name due to the school he played for. His stats, however, show he's a prospect worth knowing. He was an FCS All-American in 2018 at James Madison University where he totaled five interceptions, 15 passes defended and 56 tackles as a senior. 

The 49ers have a history with the cornerback that is only listed at 5-foot-11 and 175 pounds, too. He played for the 49ers' staff on the South team at the Senior Bowl. 

Even with his huge senior season, Moreland was snubbed from the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. At JMU's Pro Day, though, he didn't disappoint. Moreland ran a 4.44 40-yard dash and had a 39-inch vertical leap. 

 

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With a week of watching him in Senior Bowl practices and plenty of eye-popping plays on film, Kyle Shanahan and Co. could be trying to snag Moreland as a late-round steal in the draft.