The 49ers brought in a new regime this offseason. With that comes the possibility of widespread personnel turnover, and one position that could see a facelift is wide receiver. 

The 49ers are eyeing potential talent at the position and reportedly expressed interest in at least one wide receiver at the Senior Bowl.

Rutgers wideout Leonte Carroo is drawing interest from nine teams, including the 49ers, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

Carroo, a 6-foot-1, 205-pounder, played three seasons for the Scarlet Knights, recording 122 grabs, 2,373 yards and 29 touchdowns.

He averaged 19.5 yards per catch in the NCAA.

His breakout campaign came in 2014, where he finished with a 55-1,086-10 line. Twenty of his 29 touchdowns occurred over the past two years.  

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With his coaching staff in place, new 49ers head coach Chip Kelly will evaluate the players on his roster, and it's unclear how he views the current 49ers receivers.

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Starting wideout Anquan Boldin, who will turn 36 years old next October, is a free agent. He had back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons prior to 2015.

Torrey Smith is coming off his first season of a five-year, $40 million deal signed this past offseason. 

The 49ers roster also includes receivers Bruce Ellington, Quinton Patton, Jerome Simpson, DeAndre Smelter, DeAndrew White, DiAndre Campbell, Dres Anderson and Eric Rogers, who was Kelly's first signing as head coach.

 

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The Senior Bowl will be held Saturday, Jan. 30 in Mobile, Alabama.