San Francisco adds ten players in the 2011 NFL Draft

Apr 30, 2011 at 4:47 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers selected ten players in the 2011 NFL Draft, including first round selection Aldon Smith of Missouri and second round selection Colin Kaepernick of Nevada.

Below is a list of the 49ers' selections this year.

Round 1, Pick 7 (7 overall)
DE Aldon Smith of Missouri

Round 2, Pick 4 (36 overall)
QB Colin Kaepernick of Nevada

Round 3, Pick 16 (80 overall)
S Chris Culliver of South Carolina

Round 4, Pick 18 (115 overall)
RB Kendall Hunter of Oklahoma State

Round 5, Pick 32 (163 overall)
G Daniel Kilgore of Appalachian State

Round 6, Pick 17 (182 overall)
WR Ronald Johnson of USC

Round 6, Pick 25 (190 overall)
S Colin Jones of TCU

Round 7, Pick 8 (211 overall)
OLB Bruce Miller of UCF

Round 7, Pick 38 (239 overall)
T Mike Person of Montana State

Round 7, Pick 49 (250 overall)
CB Curtis Holcomb of Florida A&M

Find out more about the 49ers' picks in the Draft War Room



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