The San Francisco 49ers have been hit with injuries on both sides of the ball, but one area where the team has been able to stay healthy is under center. Colin Kaepernick is preparing to enter his first full season as the team’s starter, but there is some uncertainty about who will be No. 2 on the depth chart.
McCoy is competing with Scott Tolzien and rookie B.J. Daniels to be Kaepernick’s primary back up.
“It’s very even,” Harbaugh said, via Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com. “And [I'm] very much looking forward to the games and future practices to determine. It’s not clear-cut at that position.”
San Francisco acquired McCoy and a sixth-round pick from the Cleveland Browns during the offseason in exchange for a fifth- and a seventh-rounder.
The former Cleveland Browns starter has the experience and ability to be one of the better back ups in the league if he can put everything together in the San Francisco offense. While all signs point towards McCoy winning the back up, you can’t count out Scott Tolzien.