Don’t spend it all at once, gentlemen.

Several new multi-millionaires were made Thursday night at the NFL Draft.

First-round draftees receive four-year contracts, and the teams also get a fifth-year option to hold onto the rights of that player.

The NFL does have strict guidelines on the contracts that drafted rookies receive upon entering the league. The salary cap and the Rookie Compensation Pool both dictate the contract amounts for rookies in the league.

The biggest story of the night was no doubt Laremy Tunsil’s social media accounts. With Tunsil falling past pick No. 12, he lost a ton of money over the next four years.

Here’s a look at the projected salaries of the newly drafted SEC players from Thursday night, all in millions, as projected by the International Business Times. I’ve included the No. 1 pick Jared Goff for reference:

#PlayerTotal Contract
1Jared Goff, Cal$28.65
9Leonard Floyd, UGA$16.26
11Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida$14.45
13Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss$12.76
17Keanu Neal, Florida$11.02
18Ryan Kelly, Alabama$10.73
23Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss$10.1
30Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss$8.79
32Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M$8.45