DeForest Buckner and Joshua Garnett are Bay Area bound. The 6-foot-7 defensive lineman from Oregon and 6-foot-4 offensive guard from Stanford became the first draft choices of the Chip Kelly era for the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers selected Buckner with the No. 7 overall selection, and then traded back into the first round to grab Garnett at pick No. 28.
Now the focus shifts to Day 2 for rounds two and three. The 49ers will pick once on Friday with the fifth pick in the third round (68th overall).
Our friends at NFL Network are here to help us preview each day of the draft. Charles Davis previewed the first round, and now Daniel Jeremiah has offered potential fits for the 49ers next two selections.
The analyst outlined just how crucial Day 2 is for each franchise. The national buzz that surrounds the first round may die down a bit, but the pressure for general managers to land quality talent on Friday is still very real.
"I would say you're hoping you're drafting an immediate starter and a potential impact starter," said Jeremiah, a former NFL scout. "My thought is that any guy you take in the second round, you have to get him on the field right away.
"You hope to win with him this year, and then you can win because of him in a few years."
Be sure to follow Jeremiah on Twitter @movethesticks.Who will be the top defensive prospects left on the board in Day 2?
"If you want to look at the defensive line, I think you're going to have a lot of options because of the depth, especially at defensive tackle. Austin Johnson from Penn State. He could be in that range."
"We will see what happens with Chris Jones from Mississippi State. I think he had a chance to go in the first round because he's a freaky athletic dude. He's almost 6-foot-6, 310-pound guy. He kind of looks like Richard Seymour when you see him. He's someone with a tremendous amount of ability. There's a chance he could be there at the top of the second round."
Notes: Johnson posted 78 tackles, 15 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks in 2015 … Jones had 36 tackles, seven tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks.Is there be an inside linebacker you really like on Day 2?
"The guy I really like, just cause he's a darn good football player, is Josh Perry from Ohio State. Josh Perry is big, he's physical and he's got the speed to make plays laterally. He's a little bit stiff, but I think in what they do defensively there in San Francisco would make him a nice fit."
Notes: Perry racked up 105 tackles and 3.5 sacks in 2015 … Posted more than 100 tackles in back-to-back seasons.Is there a quarterback who provides great value in Round 3?
"I've been beating the drum this whole process for Brandon Allen from Arkansas. I know a lot of different quarterback coaches who have worked him out. You hear a lot of talk that he's a fifth-round pick, maybe a fourth-round pick. But man, I like him. I would take him in the third round. He's somebody that's spent a lot of time under center. He kind of reminds me of (New England Patriots quarterback) Jimmy Garoppolo when he was coming out."
Notes: Allen threw for 3,440 yards and 30 touchdowns in 2015.Who are some lesser-known wideouts who could go in Day 2?
"Leonte Carroo from Rutgers is a really good player. One of my favorite guys is Charone Peake from Clemson, who is almost 6-foot-3 and runs in the mid 4.4's. He's physical. He's great after the catch. He's a little bit similar to (Atlanta Falcons wide receiver) Mohammed Sanu.
"(Georgia wide receiver) Malcolm Mitchell is another one of my favorites who will be in that third-round range."
Notes: Carroo caught 39 passes for 809 yards and 10 touchdowns last year … Peake had 716 receiving yards and five touchdowns in 2015 … Mitchell posted 865 receiving yards and five touchdowns last season.