49ers select OLB Nick Moody with the 180th pick
The 49ers at this point in the draft are adding camp bodies. With the 180th pick in the draft the 49ers select OLB Nick Moody out of Florida State.
Moody helped his Roman Catholic High School team to the league championship as a senior. Throughout his career, he played cornerback, safety and linebacker on defense, and receiver on offense. Heralded as a four star prospect and one of the top high school players in Pennsylvania, Moody chose FSU over offers from Penn State, Georgia Tech, Michigan State and Temple.
In his first year at Florida State, Moody took a redshirt after suffering a shoulder injury that required surgery. The following year, he appeared in all 13 games for the Seminoles and earned two starts at the rover position. He totaled 33 tackles on the season. In 2010, Moody started at safety, where he registered 79 tackles (four for loss), two pass breakups, and one interception, which he returned for a score. Moody dealt with a lingering groin injury in 2011, which limited him to only nine games and just 23 tackles. In 2012, Moody moved to linebacker, and had 20 tackles and one sack in 14 games.