Carvarius Ward He may be new to the San Francisco 49ers, but he already has great confidence in the team’s young quarterback, Tree Lance. On Tuesday, the 22-year-old Elmar was reported to have had his best off-season practice as the 49ers began launching a mandatory mini camp. At least, it was the best practice for the open few journalists.

The veteran cornerback was asked about Lance and praised the sophomore midfielder while expressing his enthusiasm for the team’s future.

“It’s QB1, so it’s the face of the franchise,” Ward told reporters. “I think he will show the world this season.”

Ward is coming from the Kansas City Chiefs, who had a very good quarterback. Naturally, someone had to ask my defense back to discuss the similarities between Lance and Patrick Mahomes.

“Patrick, both would be great midfielders,” Ward replied. “They are the fair-skinned midfielders. Those are the similarities.”

Ward did not limit his praise to the 49ers offense at the quarterback position. He also bragged about the talented reception group on the team. On Tuesday, Ward was removed from practice as a precaution. best offensive player of the team, Debo SamuelHe wasn’t in Santa Clara until Tuesday — and he didn’t train. So Ward has not yet confronted Samuel but knows him by reputation.

There was one person whose talent widely surprised Ward, though –Joan Jennings.

“Joanne kind of surprised me a bit,” Ward admitted. “He’s got a lot more talent than I thought he had. He’s a great road runner. And we all know Aiyuk, he could be the #1 receiver once he thinks about it.” [to it]It brings everything together. He’d be a great receiver in this league even though we got Deebo Samuel. Once he returns, the George Kettle‘Once all these guys are back, offended, they’ll do whatever they want, I’m sure of that.

Since Ward focused on Jennings first, and the 49ers youngster ended last season on a strong note, the defender has been asked to explain what impressed him about Jennings.

“He’s a great runner on the road,” Ward replied. “He knows how to use his influence. He does what the coaches tell him to do. He’s just a player. Once he puts on the helmet and straps on those boots, he’s a good player.”