JaMycal Hasty

#23 RB / San Francisco 49ers / EXP: 2YRS Height: 5-8 Weight: 205 lb Age: 25 College: Baylor Bye 6

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: Scores in limited action

    JaMycal Hasty received one carry for three yards and a touchdown while corralling his lone target for 15 yards in Sunday's 41-33 win over Detroit.In a bit of a surprising roster move, both Hasty and Elijah Mitchell jumped ahead of 2021 third-round pick Trey Sermon on the depth chart right before kickoff Sunday. Starter Raheem Mostert went down early with a knee injury and never returned, but it was Mitchell (104 yards, TD) who took over as lead back, leaving Hasty in a reserve/receiving role. The running back situation currently is fluid in San Francisco given the uncertainty regarding Mostert's status for Week 2 against the Eagles, but Hasty doesn't appear to be in a position to start given how the touches were divvied up against the Lions.

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: Gets nod over Sermon in opener

    JaMycal Hasty is one of three San Francisco running backs active for Sunday's season opener in Detroit, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.The fact that Hasty is dressing for Week 1 is probably less of a surprise than the fact that third-round rookie Trey Sermon is in street clothes, considering that Sermon had been operating as the No. 2 back for most of training camp and the preseason. It's unclear if Sermon's healthy scratch is specific to the San Francisco 49ers' Week 1 game plan or something that will also carry over to future contests, but regardless, Hasty and sixth-round rookie Elijah Mitchell will be on hand as the reserve options behind Raheem Mostert for the opener. While Mostert is expected to dominate the snaps and touches among the San Francisco backs, Hasty and Mitchell are both expected to see some involvement on offense, especially if the game turns non-competitive in the second half. As an undrafted rookie last season, Hasty appeared in eight games and averaged 3.8 yards per carry and scored a touchdown on 39 totes.

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: Rips off two scores

    JaMycal Hasty rushed six times for 55 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 34-10 preseason win over the Raiders.Hasty made a strong impression in the San Francisco 49ers' final preseason game as he competes for a roster bid. His main competition, Wayne Gallman, also had a strong outing (13 carries for 60 yards), so the final decision likely will come down to what type of back the team needs at the back end of the rotation. Whoever wins the job battle will likely be used in a reserve/special teams role heading into a Week 1 matchup against the Lions.

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: Struggles on ground

    JaMycal Hasty rushed 19 times for 58 yards and secured all three targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 15-10 preseason win over the Chargers.Hasty had a rough go of things on the ground, struggling to find room to operate despite getting a team-high 19 carries. It didn't help that Wayne Gallman, one of his competitors for a roster spot, ran the ball with consistent effectiveness against the same defense. Hasty still does bring his receiving skills to the table -- which he flashed Sunday -- so this shouldn't doom his roster bid chances. The competition for the backup job will continue into next week's preseason tilt against the Raiders on Sunday.

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: Scores against Chiefs

    JaMycal Hasty carried 10 times for 61 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 19-16 preseason loss to the Chiefs. He also caught his lone target for five yards.Hasty led the San Francisco 49ers' backfield in yards, but he didn't receive his first touch until the third quarter, when Josh Rosen had taken over under center. While we can't draw conclusions from a preseason game, Hasty should add dependable depth in the 49ers' backfield that is already dealing with serious injuries to Jeff Wilson (knee) and Elijah Mitchell (hip).

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: New recruits crowd depth chart

    The San Francisco 49ers restocked the running back cupboard this offseason, putting JaMycal Hasty in a position where he must fight for a fringe spot on the roster or start the year on the practice squad, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports.Hasty initially was in line to slot third on the depth chart prior to the acquisitions of veteran Wayne Gallman and rookies Trey Sermon and Elijah Mitchell. Now the shifty receiving back will either have to impress during camp or have injuries open up opportunities to earn snaps to begin the season. Barrows notes the 49ers' poor injury history with backs in recent years could result in the 24-year-old making the main roster at some point, even if he starts on the practice squad. Unless thd team's running back landscape changes, Hasty will head into training camp stripped of fantasy value.

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: Aiming for No. 3 spot

    JaMycal Hasty (collarbone) is the favorite to secure San Francisco's No. 3 running back job, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports.Raheem Mostert (ankle) will be back for the 2021 campaign, and Jeff Wilson signed a one-year extension back in January. With Tevin Coleman now a Jet, the door is open for Hasty to secure the No. 3 job in the backfield. However, his projected role will get cloudy if the San Francisco 49ers select a running back in the upcoming draft. As an undrafted rookie out of Baylor, Hasty flashed some upside in limited action last year, rushing 39 times for 148 yards and a touchdown and catching seven of eight passes for 33 yards. Both Mostert and Wilson had injury issues last season, so Hasty could be a worthwhile stash for fantasy purposes. Coach Kyle Shanahan often mixes up his backfield rotation too, and his scheme provides high upside for the lead back.

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: Gets some run as rookie

    JaMycal Hasty played in seven games during his rookie season, finishing with 148 rushing yards and a touchdown on 39 carries and 33 more yards on seven receptions.San Francisco protected Hasty on its practice squad to begin the year, and the undrafted rookie was quickly called upon after several injuries opened up playing time. The 24-year-old wasn't asked to do too much, but he was able to display his shiftiness and soft hands in limited action. The San Francisco 49ers will have decisions to make regarding a couple of aging veteran backs this offseason, so Hasty may have an opportunity to earn a backfield rotation spot (or at least another shot on the practice squad) during training camp.

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: Heads to injured reserve

    The San Francisco 49ers placed JaMycal Hasty (collarbone) on injured reserve Tuesday.Now that he's on IR, Hasty will need to remain there for three weeks before the team can open a 21-day window to return him to the active roster. With the 49ers on bye Week 11, he'll potentially only miss two games as a result, with his earliest possible next appearance lining up to be Sunday, Dec. 13 against Washington. Currently, San Francisco has one fully healthy RB in Austin Walter, two injured backs -- Tevin Coleman (knee) and Jerick McKinnon (neck) -- on the active roster, and three backfield options -- Raheem Mostert (ankle), Jeff Wilson (ankle) and Hasty -- on IR.

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    49ers' JaMycal Hasty: Hurts shoulder against Saints

    JaMycal Hasty (collarbone) left Sunday's game against the Saints to go to the locker room, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.Hasty rushed three times for 13 yards and caught both of his targets for minus-4 yards before exiting. Jerick McKinnon should handle an even larger portion of San Francisco's backfield snaps with the backup running back unavailable, and Hasty can be considered questionable to return at this time.

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