Full List of San Francisco 49ers 2024 Draft Picks: How Many Picks Do the 49ers Have?

The San Francisco 49ers narrowly lost in Super Bowl 58. How many picks does the team have in the 2024 NFL Draft to help them eventually win a title?

Few teams in the NFL have a roster as deeply talented as the San Francisco 49ers. Their recent prowess in the NFL Draft has put them in the running for success, as the team just played in and narrowly lost Super Bowl 58.

How many picks do the 49ers have in the 2024 NFL Draft?

San Francisco 49ers Draft Picks By Round

  • Round 1, Pick 31
  • Round 2, Pick 63
  • Round 3, Pick 94
  • Round 3, Pick 98
  • Round 4, Pick 124 (from DAL)
  • Round 4, Pick 131
  • Round 5, Pick 175
  • Round 6, Pick 208
  • Round 6, Pick 213
  • Round 6, Pick 214
  • Round 7, Pick 248

How Many Picks Do the 49ers Have in 2024?

San Francisco is projected to have 11 draft picks in the 2024 NFL Draft once compensatory picks have been added. One of those picks, the 124th overall selection, is from the Dallas Cowboys as a result of the trade to bring Trey Lance to America’s Team.

The 49ers will be granted the second of three third-round compensatory picks for losing DeMeco Ryans (who became the Houston Texans’ head coach) and Ran Carthon (who joined the Tennessee Titans as their general manager) this past offseason.

Although the signing of Javon Hargrave offset the departure of Jimmy Garoppolo, the loss of Mike McGlinchey resulted in the acquisition of a third-round pick. One of those two compensatory third-rounders will go to the Washington Commanders as part of the Chase Young trade.

San Francisco does not have their fifth-round pick this year, as it is the last pick to convey as part of the Christian McCaffrey trade with the Carolina Panthers.

Who Did the 49ers Draft in 2023?

The 49ers didn’t make their first pick until late in Round 3, so they had to wait for the board to play out before making any moves.

Their first pick went to Penn State safety Ji’Ayir Brown, who played more snaps than many initially thought after Talanoa Hufanga tore his ACL. Brown recorded three interceptions.

Soon after, their next third-round pick was used to draft Michigan kicker Jake Moody. Moody battled inconsistency all season but delivered in his Super Bowl appearance.

With San Francisco’s final third-round selection, the team selected Alabama tight end Cameron Latu. However, Latu was placed on season-ending injured reserve in the preseason.

With two fifth-rounders, the 49ers selected two defenders: South Alabama cornerback Darrell Luter Jr. and Georgia defensive end Robert Beal Jr. Neither one saw a significant amount of playing time on defense, mainly seeing action on special teams. Beal recorded his first NFL sack against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 18.

San Francisco used its sixth-round pick to select TCU linebacker Dee Winters 218th overall. He occasionally filled in on defense but emerged as a reliable special teamer.

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San Francisco had three picks in Round 7, selecting Oklahoma tight end Brayden Willis, Michigan wide receiver Ronnie Bell, and Purdue LB Jalen Graham.

Willis did not catch a pass as a rookie, mainly serving as a rotational blocking TE, but Ronnie Bell caught six passes — three went for touchdowns. Graham, meanwhile, appeared in four games, entirely on special teams.

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