The day finally is here. The 2020 NFL Draft begins Thursday night and the long wait is over. 

With two picks in the first round -- Nos. 13 and 31 -- the 49ers could go a number of different ways. They have needs at receiver, defensive line, offensive line and cornerback. 

After all of the top receivers came off the board, general manager John Lynch selected South Carolina defensive lineman Javon Kinlaw in NBC Sports Bay Area's Dalton Johnson and Josh Schrock's final mock draft. Matt Maiocco, our 49ers insider, still had Alabama receiver Henry Ruggs on the board in his mock draft, so he went with the speedster at No. 13. 

Here are how other experts see the 49ers handling their two first-round picks. 

Tyler Roman, NBC Sports Washington: DL Javon Kinlaw (No. 13), WR Denzel Mims (No. 31)
Kinlaw: Kinlaw plays with an endless motor and severe ferocity.
Mims: His 28 touchdowns over the last three seasons at Baylor would be a great addition for Kyle Shanahan’s offense.

Mel Kiper Jr., ESPN: WR Jerry Jeudy (No. 13), S Antoine Winfield (No. 31)
Jeudy: San Francisco has two first-round picks but no picks in the second, third or fourth rounds, so keep an eye on No. 13 or No. 31 being dealt.
Winfield: If they stay here, defensive back is the position they should target, and Winfield could play deep safety or slot corner.


Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Media: WR Justin Jefferson (No. 13), CB Jeff Gladney (No. 31)
Jefferson: If they stay here, Jefferson could be the surprise pick. His route-running savvy and toughness match up well with San Francisco's setup.
Gladney: Gladney is a feisty playmaker who would give the 49ers some much-needed youth/speed in the secondary.

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report: WR Henry Ruggs (No. 13), IOL Cesar Ruiz (No. 31)
Ruggs: Should they stay at No. 13, Alabama speedster Henry Ruggs III is the perfect fit for Kyle Shanahan's offense.
Ruiz: Michigan's Cesar Ruiz is ready to jump in as a starter at offensive guard or center in 2020 and has the toughness, agility and poise to excel in Kyle Shanahan's scheme without needing the prep time of a normal preseason -- something the Super Bowl runner-up 49ers will appreciate.

Josh Edwards, CBS Sports: WR Henry Ruggs (No. 13), CB Kristian Fulton (No. 41, trade with New York Giants)
Ruggs: I think they should stand pat and select the speedster from Alabama. It will open up their offense even more.
Fulton: San Francisco was able to drop back a bit and still get a cornerback that received first-round grades from some teams.

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