The 49ers used their first seventh-round pick on Jullian Taylor, a defensive tackle from Temple.
Who is he? Taylor is a strong, big-bodied interior defensive lineman who is 6-foot-4, 294 and had 29 bench press repetitions of 225 pounds at his pro day. Like fellow rookie defensive lineman Kentavius Street, Taylor suffered an ACL tear in college. His occurred in 2016 and Taylor was able to play in 12 games last season. He had 10 tackles against Central Florida, 4 1/2 of them behind the line of scrimmage.
Where does he fit? Taylor appears to fit best at defensive tackle, where DeForest Buckner is the starter, or at the "big end" position where Arik Armstead is expected to start.
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