49ers' roster well stocked with UFAs

Much has been made about the Seattle Seahawks building their Super Bowl-winning roster on the power of undrafted free agents. Seattle had 21 undrafted free agents on their 53-man roster.

The Seahawks’ biggest competitor, the San Francisco 49ers, also have built their roster with the help of undrafted free agents. The 49ers ended the season with 16 of their 53 players being players who entered the league after not being drafted. They also have defensive tackle Ian Williams, who was on the injured reserve, as an undrafted player in their program.

Let’s take a look at the 17 San Francisco players who were not drafted:

Guard Alex Boone

Cornerback Tramaine Brock

Tight end Derek Carrier (originally signed by Oakland)

Tight end Garrett Celek

Safety Craig Dahl (Giants)

Kicker Phil Dawson (Oakland)

Defensive tackle DeMarcus Dobbs

Defensive tackle Tony Jerod-Eddie

Long-snapper Kevin McDermott

Cornerback Darryl Morris

Receiver Kassim Osgood (San Diego)

Linebacker Dan Skuta (Cincinnati)

Safety C.J. Spillman (San Diego)

Fullback Will Tukuafu (Seattle)

Safety Bubba Ventrone (New England)

Linebacker Michael Wilhoite

Defensive tackle Ian Williams