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San Francisco 49ers Drafted Quarterbacks

The San Francisco 49ers have selected 27 Quarterbacks in their team history (67 drafts). The 49ers have drafted 5 Quarterbacks in the first round. The highest drafted QB was John Brodie drafted in round 1 in 1957 out of Stanford. Some of the top drafted 49ers Quarterbacks were Joe Montana drafted in round 3 in 1979 out of Notre Dame, Colin Kaepernick drafted in round 2 in 2011 out of Nevada-Reno, Alex Smith drafted in round 1 in 2005 out of Utah, Ken Dorsey drafted in round 7 in 2003 out of Miami (Fla.) and Tom Owen drafted in round 13 in 1974 out of Wichita State. View all of the San Francisco 49ers drafted Quarterbacks throughout their history.
San Francisco 49ers Drafted Quarterbacks
Year Round Selection Player College
2013 7 237   B.J. Daniels   South Florida
2011 2 36   Colin Kaepernick   Nevada-Reno
2009 5 171   Nate Davis   Ball State
2005 1 1   Alex Smith   Utah
2004 7 217   Cody Pickett   Washington
2003 7 241   Ken Dorsey   Miami (Fla.)
2002 5 163   Brandon Doman   Brigham Young
2000 3 65   Giovanni Carmazzi   Hofstra
2000 7 212   Tim Rattay   Louisiana Tech
1997 1 26   Jim Druckenmiller   Virginia Tech
1993 8 219   Elvis Grbac   Michigan
1987 10 275   John Paye   Stanford
1982 9 251   Bryan Clark   Michigan State
1979 3 82   Joe Montana   Notre Dame
1978 5 133   Bruce Threadgill   Mississippi State
1976 6 177   Scott Bull   Arkansas
1974 13 322   Tom Owen   Wichita State
1973 14 357   Dennis Morrison   Kansas State
1971 11 283   Joe Reed   Mississippi State
1966 16   Jim LeClair   C.W. Post
1964 2   George Mira   Miami (Fla.)
1961 1   Billy Kilmer   UCLA
1960 7   Bob Waters   Presbyterian
1957 1   John Brodie   Stanford
1956 1   Earl Morrall   Michigan State
1953 9   Hal Ledyard   Tennessee-Chattanooga
1950 10   Bob Celeri   California
 
 
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