Salary cap figures for all 11 San Francisco 49ers draft picks

May 1, 2016 at 1:03 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers are projected to have $9,634,917 in their 2016 rookie contract pool, per salary cap tracking site Spotrac.com. Because of their 11 draft selections, that is enough to make the 49ers' rookie contract pool the third most in the NFL, behind only the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens.

Per the 2011 negotiated CBA, all contracts are for a length of four years. However, the 49ers will have an option to pick up a fifth year for each of their two first-round selections.

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These are just projections based on what is believed to be the contract numbers for each selection spot. Having set numbers for each spot eliminates the need to negotiate salary and only leaves items like bonus payment terms, roster bonus allocations, and other miscellaneous structural items.

For a look at every 2016 NFL Draft selection, visit Spotrac.com's 2016 NFL Draft Tracker. Spotrac.com states that the projected contracts assume a 10.906-percent bonus increase.

DE DeForest Buckner, Oregon
Round 1, Pick 7
Total Value: $18,190,995
Signing Bonus: $11,429,814
2016 Cap: $3,307,454

OG Joshua Garnett, Stanford
Round 1, Pick 28
Total Value: $9,304,311
Signing Bonus: $4,966,772
2016 Cap: $1,691,693

CB Will Redmond, Mississippi State
Round 3, Pick 5
Total Value: $3,510,401
Signing Bonus: $872,555
2016 Cap: $668,139

CB Rashard Robinson, LSU
Round 4, Pick 35
Total Value: $2,678,393
Signing Bonus: $383,393
2016 Cap: $545,848

DE Ronald Blair, Appalachian State
Round 5, Pick 3
Total Value: $2,565,405
Signing Bonus: $270,405
2016 Cap: $517,601

OT John Theus, Georgia
Round 5, Pick 6
Total Value: $2,552,614
Signing Bonus: $257,614
2016 Cap: $514,403

OT Fahn Cooper, Mississippi
Round 5, Pick 37
Total Value: $2,479,385
Signing Bonus: $184,385
2016 Cap: $496,096

QB Jeff Driskel, Louisiana Tech
Round 6, Pick 32
Total Value: $2,407,539
Signing Bonus: $112,539
2016 Cap: $478,135

RB Kelvin Taylor, Florida
Round 6, Pick 36
Total Value: $2,395,356
Signing Bonus: $100,356
2016 Cap: $475,089

WR Aaron Burbridge, Michigan State
Round 6, Pick 38
Total Value: $2,395,356
Signing Bonus: $100,356
2016 Cap: $475,089

CB Prince Charles Iworah, Western Kentucky
Round 7, Pick 28
Total Value: $2,356,479
Signing Bonus: $61,479
2016 Cap: $465,370





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