The San Francisco 49ers finished with four lucrative options in previous editions after losing one as part of last year’s trade to No. 3 complete selection. Surprisingly, the 49ers did not sell out the rest – or some of their nine choices that go into the record.

According to research expert Lance Zierlein, San Francisco could have four again in 2023. Paid options are offered to teams when their loss of offseason from the previous offseason exceeds the benefits of the offseason. Bonus options come in rounds of three to seven.

“The 49ers have won the second of three players awarded to Mike McDaniel as head coach of the Dolphins this season,” wrote Zierlein, “and the third of the last three awarded for losing Robert Saleh (Jets head coach) and Martin Mayhew (Commander GM) in 2021. Also taken to the fifth house of [D.J.] Jones is the seventh round pick for [Arden] Key, as long as they make Jaguars – which is very possible. Departure of [Laken] Tomlinson is an addition to [Charvarius] The ward has challenged each other in terms of eligibility for election. “

What did the 49ers do with their decision to pay in 2022? In the third installment, the band recruited Danny Gray as the recipient. Then, in the sixth round, he selected defensive backs Kalia Davis and defender Tariq Castro-Fields, and quarterback Brock Purdy seventh.

Zierlein’s four paid projects for the 49ers in 2023 are tied with the Los Angeles Rams heavily among all NFL teams.