The 49ers signed four late-round draft picks to contracts as the team prepares for a three-day rookie camp that begins Friday, sources told CSNBayArea.com.
The 49ers reached contract terms with defensive tackle Quinton Dial, a fifth-round draft pick from Alabama, on a four-year, $2.34 million contract that includes a signing bonus of $181,000.
The 49ers also signed each of their seventh-round picks: South Florida quarterback B.J. Daniels, Iowa State tackle Carter Bykowski and Rutgers cornerback Marcus Cooper to four-year deals. Daniels' signing bonus was $46,512, while Carter Bykowski and Marcus Cooper received identical bonuses of $45,896.
Draft picks are not required to be under contract to participate in the rookie camp. They must be signed to participate in the opening of training camp in late-July.