The Seahawks announced the signing of draft picks Frank Clark and Tyler Lockett today, meaning all eight of their 2015 draft picks are now under contract.
The Seahawks on Tuesday afternoon announced they had signed draft picks Frank Clark and Tyler Lockett, meaning all eight of their 2015 draft picks are under contract.
Rookie contracts are slotted, meaning there is no negotiating as far as years and total value.
According to OvertheCap.com, Clark’s four-year deal would include a salary of $678,586 for his rookie season in 2015 and would be worth $3.73 million over the four-year deal. That includes a signing bonus of $974,344. Clark, who played at Michigan, was taken with the No. 63 overall pick of the second round.
Seattle traded three picks to Washington to move up to the No. 69 overall spot in the third round to take Lockett, a receiver from Kansas State also expected to be the team’s kickoff and punt returner. Being taken in that spot means Lockett would be due a four-year deal worth a total $3,066,752 with a signing bonus of $786,752 and a first-year salary of $631,688.
Seattle earlier had signed its other six picks in the 2015 draft: OL Terry Poole, OL Mark Glowinski, CB Tye Smith, DE Obum Gwacham, OL Kristjan Sokoli, and SS Ryan Murphy.