The 49ers proceeded during the offseason without any guarantees that right tackle Anthony Davis would come back after a one-year hiatus.

General manager Trent Baalke on Wednesday said the uncertainty was taken into account with some of the decisions the team made in the draft.

“We went into it thinking, ‘You know what, if he does choose to come back it’s a bonus, but we can’t count on that,’ ” Baalke said. “It did influence some of our decisions.”

Baalke did not specify how Davis’ delayed commitment impacted the 49ers’ personnel moves. The 49ers traded up into the first round to select guard Joshua Garnett. Then, the 49ers used picks in the fifth round to add tackles John Theus and Fahn Cooper.