The 49ers are looking to improve on last year on both sides of the ball. With 12 selections in the upcoming 2016 draft, including No. 7 overall, San Francisco can take a step in the right direction.

They've continued to do their due diligience on prospects, working out several players that project to go in the first round.

The next player they are reportedly working out in Baylor wide receiver Corey Coleman, according to NFL Network's Rand Getlin.

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Coleman, who checked in at 5-foot-11, 194 pounds at the NFL Combine, spent three seasons at Baylor, finishing with 3,009 career receiving yards, along with 34 total touchdowns.

With a career-best 1,363 yards at 18.4 yards per reception and an NCAA-high 20 touchdowns in 2015, Coleman took home the Fred Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation's best receiver.

In 10 games as a sophomore the year before, he had 1,119 receiving yards, 11 receiving touchdowns, and a score on the ground.

The 49ers are also reportedly working out receiver Laquon Treadwell of Ole Miss.