The San Francisco 49ers are one of a handful of teams that have multiple picks in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. That might not be the case for long, and it’s possible that the defending NFC champions won’t have a single selection on Day 1 of the draft come Thursday.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, San Francisco is open to trading both of its first-round picks. Teams have reportedly been inquiring about the availability of the 49ers’ two selections.

San Francisco has the No.13 overall pick, which it received from the Indianapolis Colts on March 16 by trading defensive tackle DeForest Buckner. The 49ers also have the No.31 overall pick because they were defeated in the Super Bowl.

A trade could make sense for San Francisco because the team doesn’t own a single second, third or fourth-round pick. The 49ers sent their second-rounder to the Kansas City Chiefs a year ago as part of the Dee Ford trade. San Francisco’s third and fourth-rounder went to the Denver Broncos in October when the team traded for Emmanuel Sanders.

The 49ers drafted Nick Bosa with the No.2 overall pick in the 2019 draft. The defensive end had 47 tackles, 9.0 sacks and an interception in 16 games, winning the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year award.

Deebo Samuel was taken with San Francisco’s second-round pick. He was the 49ers’ top wide receiver as a rookie and led the team with five catches in the Super Bowl.

San Francisco made a significant first-round trade three years ago. The 49ers swapped the No.2 overall pick with the Chicago Bears’ No.3 overall selection in 2017. San Francisco also received the No.67 and No.111 picks to go along with a 2018 third-rounder. The Bears drafted Mitchell Trubisky with the second pick and the 49ers took Solomon Thomas.

The first round of the draft is set for Thursday night.

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Nick Bosa #97 of the San Francisco 49ers celebrates after sacking Kyle Allen #7 of the Carolina Panthers (not pictured) during the first quarter at Levi's Stadium on October 27, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images