Tennessee WR Jauan Jennings revealed that he didn’t make the San Francisco 49ers roster on Saturday as roster cuts were announced.

Jennings was picked in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft and competed for a roster spot in training camp. The 49ers dealt with injuries at the position including former South Carolina star Deebo Samuel suffered a foot injury in the offseason. They will now count on a mix of veterans and young standouts to fill the void.

He spent four seasons at Tennessee and had 146 career receptions for 2,153 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Jennings could land on the 49ers practice squad, and the NFL has allowed teams to keep 16 players on the limited roster this season.

Jennings capped his career as one of the top receivers in Tennessee history, and finished fifth all-time at UT in receptions (146), fourth in receiving yards (2,153) and tied-for-fifth in touchdown receptions (18). He played in 50 career games and made 30 starts.