The San Francisco 49ers introduced on Tuesday that they’ve re-signed operating again Jeff Wilson Jr. to a one-year deal. Wilson was set to enter restricted free company this offseason, however this contract will hold him within the Bay Space — and strongly within the fold heading into 2021. The monetary phrases of the deal weren’t instantly disclosed by the crew.
The 25-year-old has spent his complete three-year profession within the NFL with the Niners after they signed him as an undrafted free agent out of North Texas in 2018. Over that stretch, Wilson has blossomed into a powerful choice for San Francisco out of the backfield and will look to broaden his position even additional heading into subsequent season. Throughout the board, 2020 noticed Wilson obtain career-bests, which is smart after seeing 31 extra touches than his first two years mixed.
In 12 video games performed, Wilson logged 733 yards from scrimmage on 5.3 yards per contact and 10 whole touchdowns. What is especially promising for Wilson’s prospects going ahead is the again’s manufacturing when given the beginning position. In his three begins this season, Wilson has 371 yards dashing on 6.2 yards per carry and 4 touchdowns. He is additionally caught six passes for 41 yards and two extra scores over these begins.
Whereas it is unlikely he’ll preserve that otherworldly manufacturing if given much more alternatives in 2021, there’s loads of promise, particularly with fellow operating backs Tevin Coleman and Jerick McKinnon each set to be unrestricted free brokers.