Camp Hoyer, a three-day gathering of 49ers offensive players, concluded Wednesday morning on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
Backup quarterback Matt Barkley posted a photo on Instagram from inside SMU Stadium and declared the gathering a success.
“Great week training with the boys in Dallas!” Barkley wrote. “It’s ‘off-season’ but we used this time to get back in the playbook, go over routes and lift/run together.”
All four of the team’s quarterbacks – starting quarterback and organizer Brian Hoyer, Barkley, C.J. Beathard and Nick Mullens – participated in the workouts.
Others shown in the photo are wide receivers Marquise Goodwin, Aldrick Robinson, Trent Taylor, DeAndre Smelter, Victor Bolden, Kendrick Bourne and DeAndre Carter, tight ends George Kittle and Cole Hikutini, and running back Kapri Bibbs. Receiver Jeremy Kerley and tight end Vance McDonald, who were not pictured, participated in the workouts, too.
The 49ers are scheduled to report to training camp in Santa Clara on July 27 with the first practice scheduled for the following day. The 49ers last practice of the team’s official offseason program was June 14.
During the final week of practices, Hoyer said the plan was for a group of offensive players to get together at some point in the middle of the six-week gap before the start of training camp.
“We'll get as many guys together as we can,” Hoyer said. “You can't accommodate everybody because people are going all across the country. We're going to get together and get three days in and then come back ready to go on July 27th.”