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A list of the 49ers’ remaining picks entering Day 3 of the 2021 NFL Draft

Apr 30, 2021 at 11:08 PM--


The first three rounds of the 2021 NFL Draft are in the books, and the San Francisco 49ers have added three offensive players and one defender. The team made quarterback Trey Lance of North Dakota State the No. 3 overall pick on Thursday night.

On Friday night, the Niners traded back in the second round, eventually selecting offensive lineman Aaron Banks of Notre Dame. Later, in the third round, the team traded up to select running back Trey Sermon of Ohio State and then used its compensatory pick on cornerback Ambry Thomas of Michigan.

Trades left San Francisco without fourth- or seventh-round picks, but the team still has four remaining selections. Below is a rundown of the 49ers' selections entering Day 3. The Niners' first selection is currently slated to be the No. 155 overall pick in Round 5.

  • Round 1, Pick 3 (3): Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
  • Round 2, Pick 16 (48): Aaron Banks, G, Notre Dame
  • Round 3, Pick 25 (88): Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State
  • Round 3, Pick 39 (102): Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan
  • Round 5, Pick 11 (155): Own pick
  • Round 5, Pick 28 (172): From Saints
  • Round 5, Pick 36 (180): Compensatory
  • Round 6, Pick 10 (194): Own pick





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