The 49ers traded back into the first round with the Chiefs. And with the No. 28 overall pick, San Francisco selected Stanford guard Joshua Garnett.

The 49ers acquired the No. 28 overall pick from the Kansas City Chiefs, as well as the Chiefs’ seventh-round pick (No. 249 overall) in exchange for the 49ers’ picks at No. 37 (second round), No. 105 (fourth round) and No. 178 (sixth round).

Position: Guard
College: Stanford
Height: 6 foot 4 3/8
Weight: 312 pounds
Selection: First round, No. 28 overall

College career: Garnett won the Outland Trophy as the nation’s top interior offensive lineman. He also won the Morris Trophy Award as the Pac-12 lineman of the year. He was the ninth unanimous All-American in Stanford history. He was a team captain.

Scouting report: Garnett is powerfully built and has a mean streak. According to the bio, Garnett has “very good hand placement, upper body strength and hip torque to steer and turn opponents on hook blocks.”

How he fits: Garnett started at left guard at Stanford. Veteran Zane Beadles, an offseason free-agent pickup, has been working exclusively at left guard during the offseason program. As a first-round draft pick, Garnett is expected to win the starting job as a rookie.

Next scheduled pick: Third round, No. 68 overall (Friday).

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