The John Lynch quarterback tour continued on Friday.
Lynch, the 49ers’ general manager, was among those attending Texas Tech’s pro day. Patrick Mahomes, considered one of the top five quarterbacks in the upcoming draft, will be among those working out.
Lynch has previously attended pro days for North Carolina’s Mitch Trubisky and Notre Dame’s DeShone Kizer. Lynch also paced Clemson’s Deshaun Watson through a semi-private workout.
Lynch did not attend the pro day of Cal quarterback Davis Webb last week, but he should have an opportunity to get more personal time with him in the Bay Area before the draft.
“I feel very fortunate that we’ve got a coach who I think has a very clear mindset on what he wants out of that position,” Lynch said this week at the NFL owners meetings.
“I have my own thoughts and we are kind of melding that process and we’re taking input from a lot of people. I think it’s been very healthy. That’s a position that you obviously pay close attention to because we all know how important it is to success.”
Mahomes might be the most physically gifted of the quarterbacks in the draft. He completed 65.7 percent of his passes in the Texas Tech spread offense for 5,052 yards with 41 touchdowns and 10 interceptions as a junior in 2016 before declaring for the draft.
Lynch on Thursday attended the pro day of Texas A&M, where presumptive top overall pick Myles Garrett ran the 40-yard dash. The 49ers also have a visit scheduled with Garrett, a pass-rusher whom the Cleveland Browns are expected to select with the No. 1 overall pick.
The 49ers pick at No. 2. The club also owns the second selection of the second round, at No. 34 overall.