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Yayayaya....violence, speed, and momentum hit the NFL Draft this past weekend in Las Vegas.

He's know has Doc, The 2-time, Disrespect, The Doc, or his legal name Guy Beahm. For the purposes of this weird story, I will call him Doc. Over the last 7 years, Doc has risen from random game streamer to the face of his industry. Prior to his NFL Draft debut, he had already appeared with ESPN, WWE, and even the NBA All Star Game.

For those unaware, Dr. Disrespect is a character-streamer that plays video games online to millions of viewers. He also plays competitively in tournaments (where he has won), and often he mixes the two. The Doc has rose to mega-popularity over the past seven years or so. No video game streamer on the planet can come close to the production level that Dr. Disrespect puts out every single day.

The Doc has often professed his love for the San Francisco 49ers on his streams. He's a California guy, and has made sure we all know he's down with the Niners.

All of this came together this weekend at the NFL Draft. Where Dr. Disrespect got to deliver the 49ers second pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, which came at the 93rd overall pick.

Now the pick he announced was pretty fun too. LSU Running Back Tyrion Davis-Price was the selection for the 49ers at this spot. Meaning The Doc got to make the announcement for a Louisiana guy.

Davis-Price is a Baton Rouge product, who played his high school football at Southern Lab. He was a 4-star recruit, who ESPN ranked as a Top 10 running back recruit. He committed to play at LSU, and that paid off right away, as he helped LSU win the National Championship his freshman year.

Now, Davis-Price will join former Erath High School and University of Louisiana - Lafayette star Elijah Mitchell in the 49ers backfield. The team has 4 running backs listed on their depth chart right now, making Davis-Price the 5th player in the room.

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