San Francisco 49ers to select 7th in the 2011 NFL Draft

Jan 2, 2011 at 9:58 PM--


CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports that with today's win over the Arizona Cardinals, the San Francisco 49ers will select with the 7th overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.

The final draft order for all 32 teams depends on the outcome of the playoffs so the exact order of playoff teams will not be known until early February.

Had the 49ers beaten St. Louis last week and made the playoffs, they would be selecting no earlier than 21st.

Arizona's loss today jumps them into the 5th spot in the NFL Draft.

Draft order of non-playoff teams
  1. Carolina (2-14)
  2. Denver (4-12)
  3. Buffalo (4-12)
  4. Cincinnati (4-12)
  5. Arizona (5-11)
  6. Cleveland (5-11)
  7. San Francisco (6-10)
  8. Tennessee (6-10)
  9. Dallas (6-10)
  10. Washington (6-10)
  11. Houston (6-10)
  12. Minnesota (6-10)
  13. Detroit (6-10)
  14. Miami (7-9)
  15. St. Louis (7-9)
  16. Jacksonville (8-8)
  17. Oakland (8-8)
  18. San Diego (9-7)
  19. New York Giants (10-6)
  20. Tampa Bay (10-6)





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