2022 NFL Draft: 49ers’ nine selections and their estimated rookie salaries

The San Francisco 49ers added nine new players during the three days of the 2022 NFL Draft, which wrapped up on Saturday. Their first selection didn’t come until the No. 61 overall pick in the second round when the team added USC defensive end Drake Jackson. The 49ers went on to select three more defensive players and five offensive players.

Surprisingly, the 49ers didn’t trade any draft picks over the three-day event. The team typically likes to move around during drafts.

Below is a complete list of the 49ers’ 2022 selections in the order in which they were drafted. You can click on the names for more information on each new player.

Drake Jackson, DE
Round 2, Pick 29
College: USC
Height: 6-3
Weight: 254

Ty Davis-Price, RB
Round 3, Pick 29
College: LSU
Height: 6-0
Weight: 211
40-time: 4.48

Danny Gray, WR
Round 3, Pick 41
College: SMU
Height: 5-12
Weight: 186
40-time: 4.33

Spencer Burford, OLO
Round 4, Pick 29
College: Texas-San Antonio
Height: 6-4
Weight: 304
40-time: 5.19

Samuel Womack, CB

Round 5, Pick 29
College: Toledo
Height: 5-9
Weight: 189

Nick Zakelj, OT
Round 6, Pick 8
College: Fordham
Height: 6-6
Weight: 316
40-time: 5.13

Kalia Davis, DT
Round 6, Pick 42
College: UCF
Height: 6-1
Weight: 302

Tariq Castro Fields, CB
Round 6, Pick 43
College: Penn State
Height: 6-1
Weight: 197
40-time: 4.38

Brock Purdy, QBA
Round 7, Pick 41
College: Iowa State
Height: 6-1
Weight: 212
40-time: 4.84

Now, the 49ers will get to work on signing the members of the new draft class. Thanks to the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), which was ratified in 2020 and extends through the 2030 season, all rookie contracts are for a length of four years.

First-round selections come with an option for a fifth year, which doesn’t apply to the 49ers with this rookie class. NFL teams with players selected in the first round are required to activate the player’s fifth-year option before the fourth and final year of the rookie deal.

Having set numbers for each spot eliminates the need to negotiate salaries and only leaves items like bonus payment terms, roster bonus allocations, and other miscellaneous structural items. It’s those extra items that can stall an agreement.

The 49ers will have an estimated rookie pool of $7,727,220 in 2022, according to OverTheCap.com’s estimates.

Below are the estimated four-year contract values, signing bonuses, and 2022 salary cap figures for each of the 49ers’ nine draft picks, again, per OverTheCap.com.

Drake Jackson, DE
Total contract value: $6,249,510
Signing Bonus: $1,725,096
2022 salary cap figure: $1,136,274

Ty Davis-Price, RB
Total contract value: $5,326,732
Signing Bonus: $1,053,988
2022 salary cap figure: $968,497

Danny Gray, WR
Total contract value: $5,251,818
Signing Bonus: $999,504
2022 salary cap figure: $954,876

Spencer Burford, OLO
Total contract value: $4,451,168
Signing Bonus: $791,168
2022 salary cap figure: $902,792

Samuel Womack, CB

Total contract value: $3,993,544
Signing Bonus: $333,544
2022 salary cap figure: $788,386

Nick Zakelj, OT
Total contract value: $3,884,096
Signing Bonus: $224,096
2022 salary cap figure: $761,024

Kalia Davis, DT
Total contract value: $3,815,412
Signing bonus: $155,412
2022 salary cap figure: $743,853

Tariq Castro Fields, CB
Total contract value: $3,815,412
Signing bonus: $155,412
2022 salary cap figure: $743,853

Brock Purdy, QBA
Total contract value: $3,750,660
Signing Bonus: $90,660
2022 salary cap figure: $727,665

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