Nevada football alum Sean Krepsz will attend San Francisco 49ers minicamp

Sean Krepsz
Sean Krepsz will attend rookie minicamp with the San Francisco 49ers. (John Byrne/Nevada athletics)

Former Nevada center Sean Krepsz will attend rookie minicamp with the San Francisco 49ers this weekend, his agent Eric Walder told Nevada Sports Net on Friday.

Krepsz becomes the fifth Wolf Pack player to get added to an NFL team this offseason, joining OLB Malik Reed, LS Wes Farnsworth and CB Jomon Dotson, who signed undrafted free-agent deals, as well as QB Ty Gangi, who will attend rookie minicamp with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

After beginning his career at Washington State, Krepsz was a three-year starter for Nevada. The 6-foot-4, 315-pound offensive lineman played tackle, guard and center for Nevada, so he has position versatility. Krepsz started 32 games for Nevada, including 10 during his senior season, which was delayed after he dislocated his elbow during fall camp, which caused him to miss a portion of the Wolf Pack's non-conference season.

Krepsz started at center as a senior and was named Nevada's Basalite Big Blocker of the Year. He was a two-time All-Mountain West honorable mention honoree. After redshirting at Washington State during his true freshman season, Krepsz played a year at Riverside City College before joining the Wolf Pack.

Players who attend rookie minicamp are essentially being given tryout to try and show enough to warrant a spot on the training camp roster.

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