San Francisco 49ers: 6 Players off to the Best Start at Training Camp

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San Francisco 49ers: 6 Players off to the Best Start at Training Camp
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Colin Kaepernick and Anquan Boldin have already been a formidable duo at camp.

Offense, defense (and to a lesser extent) special teams—San Francisco 49ers on all sides of the ball have produced great starts at training camp this offseason.

And this extends from starting players all the way down to roster hopefuls on the bottom end of the depth chart.

From Colin Kaepernick to No. 4 quarterback B.J. Daniels, from No. 1 wideout Anquan Boldin to dark-horse receiver Chad Hall, from NaVorro Bowman to unknown inside linebacker Michael Wilhoite, both the stars and unheralded backups at numerous positions have made their marks thus far in camp.

That said, this article aims to identify the collection of 49ers that have made the most striking, if not indelible, impressions—as far as offseason practices go—among the coaching staff.

Let’s now highlight the six players off to the best start at the 49ers’ 2013 training camp. Some qualify as guaranteed No. 1s while others are competing for starting roles.

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