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Name: Colin Kaepernick 
College: Nevada     Number: 10
Height: 6-5   Weight: 233
Position: QB  Pos2: TE/ATH
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2011

40 Low: 4.43
   40 Time: 4.53
  40 High: 4.64
Projected Round: 2-3  Stock:   High: 2  Low: 3-4
Rated number 7 out of 86 QB's     62 / 2083 TOTAL
Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6045
Weight: 233
40 Yrd Dash: 4.63
20 Yrd Dash: 2.71
10 Yrd Dash: 1.63
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 32 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'07"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.18
3-Cone Drill: 6.85
4.43/4.53/4.64 40 range before Combine

Dates: 03/22/11
Height: 6045
Weight: 233
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 Draft Scout Colin Kaepernick News
09/27/16 - QB Colin Kaepernick is not physically ready to be the 49ers' starting quarterback, coach Chip Kelly declared Monday. Kaepernick never left the bench in Sunday's 37-18 blowout loss at Seattle, a game in which the 49ers trailed 37-3 in the fourth quarter. Kelly did not rule out the possibility of Kaepernick someday soon being healthy enough to replace starter QB Blaine Gabbert.
09/22/16 - QB Colin Kaepernick is featured on the latest cover of Time magazine after generating headlines and controversy with his actions during the national anthem. On Thursday, Time tweeted its cover for its upcoming edition. It shows Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem, as he has done in the past two regular-season games in protest of racial inequality in the United States. The headline on the cover reads, "The Perilous Fight," and the subhead reads, "National anthem protests led by Colin Kaepernick are fueling a debate about privilege, pride and patriotism." That Oct. 3 issue of Time is scheduled to include stories about Kaepernick and other NFL players who have joined the protest.
09/20/16 - QB Colin Kaepernick said on Tuesday that he has received death threats regarding his actions during the playing of the national anthem. "If something like that were to happen, you've proved my point," said Kaepernick, who said he received the threats through several avenues. "It'll be loud and clear why it happened." Kaepernick started his protest in the preseason by sitting down during the national anthem. He has since kneeled during the anthem in protest of what he calls racial inequalities and injustices taking place in America, including police-related violence.
09/19/16 - QB Colin Kaepernick was the only member of the 49ers' active roster Sunday who did not play a single snap in the loss at Carolina. 49ers coach Chip Kelly announced Monday that QB Blaine Gabbert will remain the starter despite a lackluster effort in the 46-27 defeat.
09/13/16 - The joke around the 49ers' laugher Monday night was that Chip Kelly was putting QB Colin Kaepernick in the game at the end to do what he now does best -- take a knee. As it turned out, it was Rams QB Case Keenum who squatted on the final play of the 28-0 game, completing the Los Angeles surrender. Kelly, as he had promised in the preseason, treated Kaepernick like any ol' backup quarterback even after another of his pregame "statements." The former Super Bowl starter was inserted into the game well after the outcome was decided. "We've said from Day 1: We recognize their right to do it; it's their constitutional right," Kelly said of Kaepernick and others choosing not to stand at attention during the national anthem. "Our President said the same thing. That's part of what it's like to be an American, that you have the right to choose, and that's what he's choosing to do. So, I think it's a very kind of cut-and-dry situation to be honest with you."
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