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For weeks Womens Fred Warner Jersey , it’s been presumed that, if the Cardinals take quarterback Kyler Murray with the first pick in the draft, the 49ers will take Ohio State pass rusher Nick Bosa. That may indeed be the case. But G.M. John Lynch acknowledged on Monday that the team has considered taking Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams.Why would they do that? Lynch was asked on Monday.“Just because he’s an excellent football player,” Lynch told reporters. “The season he had may have been as good of a college football season that I’ve ever seen. He was just dominant. To think that that was his first year playing nose tackle.“It’s a great story. He went to [Alabama coach] Nick Saban and basically says, ‘I want to play nose for you.’ He’d never played in there. Nick kind of goes on to tell him what he would have to do to make that happen. It was gaining a lot of weight, doing so in a good fashion, and the kid did. What a season he had. He’s a spectacular player. When you look at how your roster is currently comprised, when you have an opportunity to take a talent like that, you certainly look at every avenue to improve your team.”So where would Williams play on the San Fran defense?“He can play anything, that guy,” Lynch said. “He’s special.”So special that Lynch said he’d have no qualms about adding Williams, even with DeForest Buckner on the roster.“If [Williams] ended up here there’s room for all those guys,” Lynch said. “We really feel like that. The one thing we’ve tried to do is take some versatile players that can have the flexibility to play inside Bradley Pinion Jersey , outside. And I think that gives you flexibility in who you bring in. Philosophically, like I said, coming in waves. We like having strength in numbers and strength in the quality of those numbers.”Whether it’s Bosa or Williams, the 49ers could end up with a special defensive line. Lynch acknowledged that it has “an opportunity to be dominant.” Apart from quarterback play, that’s the key to winning consistently in the NFL. 49ers rookie Jalen Hurd is ranks sixth all-time in rushing yards at the University of Tennessee, but he was neither a running back nor a Volunteer when he finished his time in college.Hurd transferred to Baylor and moved to wide receiver for the 2018 season with an eye on avoiding the physical punishment that comes with playing running back. That went well enough for Hurd to be selected in the third round by the 49ers, although he may not be done moving around the offense.49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said he thinks Hurd could thrive as a tight end and said Hurd’s versatility sets him apart from other players. Hurd seems to agree as he called himself a “mismatch guy” who can make plays wherever the 49ers want to line him up.“I have been at slot. I can play on the outside. Obviously I have a running back background, so there’s not really any limit to me on the offensive side,” Hurd said, via ESPN.com.Hurd said he’s not going to guess about how the team will deploy him during his rookie season, but defensive coordinators may be doing a lot of it if he’s able to make the most of his chance with the Niners.