First round, 10th overall: Jedrick Wills Jr.
Jedrick Wills Jr. signed a four-year, $19,702,914 contract with the Cleveland Browns as his rookie contract, according to Spotrac. This entire contract is guaranteed, guaranteeing that Wills will at least play three years on his rookie contract for the Browns.
It is not until 2023 the Cleveland Browns would even be able to cut Wills without taking a larger amount of dead cap than cap saved from said move. Wills is an incredibly talented rookie and was arguably the best tackle in the 2020 draft. Him and Andrew Thomas, who was selected by the Giants with the fourth overall pick, were the cream of the crop of the offensive tackle draft class.
It was a surprise to see Wills fall to the Browns at the No. 10 pick, and the Browns certainly feel confident in his talent and projection in the NFL to fully guarantee his contract. Being a first round pick, he also has a fifth-year team option for the 2024 season, in which he will be 25-years-old. Wills will be an unrestricted free agent for the first time in 2025, at the ripe age of 26.
In comparison, the 10th overall pick in the 2019 draft was linebacker Devin Bush, who signed a four-year, $18,871,765 contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 2018, the 10th overall pick was quarterback Josh Rosen, who signed a four year, $17,597,756 contract with the Arizona Cardinals.