The San Francisco 49ers picked Toledo Cornerback Samuel Womack with the 29th pick (#172 overall) in the fifth round of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Womack has recorded 33 tackles, 1 losing tackle, 15 defensive passes, and 2 interceptions in 13 games with Senior in 2021, per Math reference. He has logged 126 tackles, 4.5 tackles for a loss, 0.5 sacks, 39 defensive passes, five interceptions, and a forced stumble during his five collegiate seasons.

Womack is from Detroit, Michigan. He received an initial draft score of 5.69 from NFL.com, which equals the “chance to make a roster or coaching squad” according to the site’s 8-point grading scale.

NFL.com predicted Womack would be a seventh-round pick or free agent signing.

below is NFL.com Draft Profile Biography on Womack:

Womack walked the Golden Rockets in 2017 after taking first-team All-Michigan and All-Detroit honors at the East English Village Prep. He played in seven games as a true starter (four interventions, one interception, one pass) and then contributed in all 13 games with one start in 2018 (12 interventions, 1.5 for losses, one pass breakup). Womack tied for second in FBS with 15 assists breakouts (59 assists, two interceptions) in 2019, starting all 12 games. He led MAC with eight assists breakups in 2020 (20 tackles, 1.5 for loss). Womack was an All-MAC first-team pick in 2021, finishing second in FBS with 16 assists while also making 33 tackles and two interceptions in 13 games with 12 starts. – By Chad Reuter

NFL.com’s Lance Zerlin wrote the following in his survey:

The former infantryman who evolved into the hawk’s defender with the ball. Womack has amazing pace and speed with above-average ball production as a starter for three years. It’s natural to look for clues and use quality trails to play the pitch. Inconsistent technique, lack of poise and positioning on the field are areas of concern that may not be easily corrected with training. Womack isn’t strong against running, but he’s sticky from the press and instinctive from the area, giving him a chance to compete for a spot on the roster.

measurable

Height: 5’9″
Weight: 189 lbs.

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College Statistics
year the school Season J single I’m sorry blueberry Loss corona Int
2017 Toledo FR 3 2 2 1
2018 Toledo So 8 8 4 12 1.5
2019 Toledo JR 12 49 10 59 0.5 2
2020 Toledo SR 5 12 8 20 1.5 0.5
2021 Toledo SR 13 16 17 33 1 2
Total Toledo 87 39 126 4.5 0.5 5

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