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All SEC first-round picks and their NFL contracts and signing bonuses

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After a record-setting NFL Draft by the SEC, all 12 SEC first-round picks have inked contracts with NFL teams.

These are some rich and very talented young men. Here are all 12 first-round picks by the numbers, including signing bonuses:

Related: What did the NFL first-round picks rank as recruits?

2. Luke Joeckel, Jacksonville Jaguars (Texas A&M)
4-year $21.2 million deal
$13.8 million signing bonus

6. Barkevious Mingo, Cleveland Browns (LSU)
4-year $16.3 million deal
$10.3 million signing bonus

9. Dee Milliner, New York Jets (Alabama)
4-year $12.66 million deal
$7.588 million signing bonus

10. Chance Warmack, Tennessee Titans (Alabama)
4-year $12.17 million deal
$5 million signing bonus

11. DJ Fluker, San Diego Chargers (Alabama)
4-year $11.4 million deal
$6.672 million signing bonus

13. Sheldon Richardson, New York Jets (Missouri)
4-year $10.05 million deal
$5.692 million signing bonus

17. Jarvis Jones, Pittsburgh Steelers (Georgia)
4-year $8.5 million deal
$4.7 million signing bonus

18. Eric Reid, San Francisco 49ers (LSU)
4-year deal $8.4 million
$4.5 million signing bonus

23. Sharrif Floyd, Minnesota Vikings (Florida)
4-year $8.1 million deal
$4.3 million signing bonus

29. Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota Vikings (Tennessee)
4-year deal
$3.6 million signing bonus

30. Alec Ogletree, St. Louis Rams (Georgia)
4-year $7.03 million deal
$3.492 signing bonus.

32. Matt Elam, Baltimore Ravens (Florida)
4-year $6.7 million deal
$3.3 million signing bonus

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Comments 5

  1. Per Rotoworld…

    Mingo:
    4 year, $16.3 ( deal fully guaranteed ) / $10.3 SB

    Reid:
    4 year, $8.4 / $4.5 SB

  2. Notice anything that most of the guys on this list have in common? MOST of them stayed out of trouble, didn’t cheat, and didn’t try to be bigger than their team. And now they’re all multi millionaires. I don’t see Tyrann Mathiew’s name listed. And Ogeltree could have been in the top 5 if not for his arrests.

    • Point being that the NFL likes high character guys….guys that will not only improve the on-the-field product…but also bring locker room and community value….not primadonnas or spotlight hounds….and they couldn’t care less what player ESPN is over hyping or tearing down this season.

  3. Lowest signing bonus was over 3 mil. Not bad fellas.