With the vision 2020 of the MLB season on the brink of not happening, Steve Detwiler, the varsity baseball coach for San Rafael High School, wondered whether the 49ers would be able to sign the Judge for a year.
There is a chance?, but they are stacked!
— Aaron Judge (@TheJudge44) On the 16th of June 2020
The judge is right. The 49ers are stacked at just about every position on the list. But wide receiver is the only place that they could use another body.
The 28-year-old Judge grew up in Linden, California, and was a three-sport star at Linden High School. If the Judge now, can profile as a tight end or a defensive lineman, he was a great receiver at Linden High.
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In a world of fantasy, if the Judge really wanted to play for the 49ers, they find room for him on the list. They might not be able to pay him a lot, but they had found a place for him.
If the 49ers wanted to put the Judge on the defensive line, it would be like another Arik Armstead. The Yankees outfielder is the same height and 10 kg less than the former Oregon Duck, but just as athletic, if not more.
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But if the coach Kyle Shanahan wanted to use him to attack, no one would be able to stop the 49ers with the Judge, George Kittle, Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk running across the field.
Alas, a Judge of the 49ers will never happen, but with our sports options limited right now, it is OK to dream for a few minutes.