FARGO — Former North Dakota State quarterback Trey Lance got another opportunity to show his skills in front of NFL coaches and talent evaluators Monday, April 19.

The 6-foot-4, 226-pound Lance had his second pro day at the Fargodome, a workout that was closed to the media.

Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer reported that representatives from the San Francisco 49ers, Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos and New England Patriots were in attendance Monday. San Francisco has the No. 3 overall selection in the upcoming NFL Draft with Atlanta right behind at No. 4 overall. The Broncos have the No. 9 overall selection and the Patriots are at No. 15 overall.

Lance took part in NDSU's pro day on March 12, along with former Bison offensive tackle Dillon Radunz and cornerback Marquise Bridges, in a workout that was open to the media and televised on the NFL Network. Thirty of the 32 NFL teams were in attendance at that first pro day. The NFL Draft is scheduled for April 29-May 1 in Cleveland.

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San Francisco traded up to No. 3 overall recently and are likely to draft a quarterback after moving up from No. 12 overall. Lance, Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields and Alabama quarterback Mac Jones are players the 49ers could select with the third pick.

The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch were at Monday's workout at the Fargodome.

ESPN's Dan Graziano said he hasn't been able to "shake this possibility" that Lance makes more sense for the 49ers at No. 3 overall.

"Trey Lance has played under center in college more than these other guys have," Graziano said. "He fits a lot of what Kyle Shanahan wants to do and in a lot of ways it makes more sense than a Mac Jones pick."

The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to take Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence at No. 1 overall, while the New York Jets are projected to take BYU quarterback Zach Wilson at No. 2 overall.

NDSU football tweeted out several highlights from the workout via the team's official Twitter account.

Veteran NFL wide receiver Jordan Matthews was among the pass catchers at Monday's workout. Matthews played with former Bison quarterback Carson Wentz with the Philadelphia Eagles.