After a weekend tryout with the Baltimore Ravens, Jerry Rice Jr. has agreed to take part in the 49ers rookie minicamp this week as a non-roster player. Rice Jr., the son of 49ers legend and Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, revealed on Twitter that he will attend the 49ers camp in Santa Clara. The rookie camp is scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Rice Jr. wrote: "Working for the next opportunity... Appreciate the ravens for getting my feet wet... Now preparing for #49ers this weekend.. Leggo!" The 49ers often bring in undrafted players on a tryout basis for rookie minicamp to get a closer look or help provide the team with enough players on both sides of the ball to stage 11-on-11 drills. Rice Jr., who was listed last season at 5-foot-11, 185 pounds, finished his college career at UNLV after spending four years with UCLA, where he caught nine passes in three seasons as a walk-on. In his one season at UNLV, Rice Jr. caught 11 passes for 86 yards, including his only college touchdowns in his final game -- the Heart of Dallas Bowl against North Texas. During the Ravens minicamp, coach John Harbaugh said Rice was doing “a nice job.”