The 49ers drafted Taylor in the seventh round (No. 223 overall) out of Temple, where he played only one full season (20 games in five years). He only played one year of high school ball in New Jersey. “I did what I had to do my senior year and I’m grateful for the 49ers drafting me to show my potential to the world,” said Taylor, noting that veteran Earl Mitchell is helping him immensely with technique. A year ago, the 49ers used a seventh-round pick on another prospect with a limited college film: Adrian Colbert, who opened his rookie camp as a cornerback before evolving into the starting free safety by year’s end.
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Harris’ production skills are award-worthy: He won an Emmy last week at the Creative Arts ceremony as executive producer of last year’s Tony Awards. A host of the main Emmy show, Harris says he won’t sing and dance — at least not as an opening or closing number. Both he and Ehrlich say they hope something unexpected will liven up the ceremony. “Maybe I hope someone’s really drunk and wins,” Harris deadpanned. “I’m hoping someone brings in a flask unattended, has some sort of problem, actual problem maybe, and we get to watch that downward spiral in front of millions. That, for me, is Emmy magic.
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