No defensive back on the 49ers roster has more than five years of experience in the NFL, with safety Eric Reid leading the pack as the veteran that has started the past four seasons since entering the league in 2013.
Hall, with his 10 years of experience, has never graded lower in his career than this past season’s 75.9 overall.
His 8.2 cover snaps per target was not only the best of his career, but led the vaunted Giants defense and was tied for the fourth-best in the league among cornerbacks.
With 34 passes defensed from 2007 to 2009, Hall ranked second among cornerbacks during that span behind only Darrelle Revis (42).
The safety saw his performance slide with New Orleans after being elite in Buffalo, but he still had value.
The 49ers QB played under Kyle Shanahan in Cleveland, and says his familiarity with the coach will make his transition easier.
Bowman missed the majority of last season with an Achilles injury.
San Francisco selected Garnett in the first round in 2016, but the rookie guard struggled through much of the season.
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