The 49ers were pretty quiet in the 2020 NFL Draft, but when you're coming off a Super Bowl appearance and retain a large bulk of your roster, there aren't too many moves to make.
San Francisco got a near-perfect replacement for DeForest Buckner, whom they traded to add an extra first-round pick, with South Carolina DT Javon Kinlaw. They then used that extra first-rounder to pick up Arizona State WR Brand Aiyuk, an explosive slot receiver who should complement Deebo Samuel and George Kittle very nicely.
The 49ers also used one of their picks to the Redskins in exchange for left tackle Trent Williams, who will replace Joe Staley, who announced his retirement on Saturday.
San Francisco used its late-round picks to add Georgia TE Charlie Woerner and Tennessee WR Jauan Jennings.
Here's a look at the 49ers' 2020 NFL Draft:
49ers draft picks 2020: Who did San Francisco pick?
Round 1, Pick No. 14: Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
Round 1, Pick No. 25: Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State
Round 6, Pick No. 190: Charlie Woerner, TE, Georgia
Round 7, Pick No. 217: Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee
When do the 49ers pick next?
The 49ers are done in the 2020 NFL Draft, barring any trades to move back into the draft.
14 (from Buccaneers)
25 (from Vikings)
217 (from Lions)
Recent 49ers Round 1 picks
2019: DE Nick Bosa
2018: OT Mike McGlinchey
2017: DE Solomon Thomas; LB Reuben Foster
2016: DT DeForest Buckner; G Joshua Garnett
2015: DT Arik Armstead
49ers mock draft 2020
Here are the latest 2020 NFL Draft projections for the 49ers, according to Vinnie Iyer's seven-round mock draft :
13 (from Colts)
156 (from Broncos)
217 (from Lions)