Slowly, but surely, the draft picks taken at the bottom part of the first round are beginning to sign.
Defensive lineman Jared Odrick agreed to terms with the Dolphins Thursday, a league source tells PFT. The No. 28 overall pick had a template to work from after Patriots cornerback Devin McCourty signed, but it’s a mild surprise Odrick agreed before Miami’s second round pick, linebacker Koa Misi.
Odrick was one of our favorite draft prospects, a heady defensive lineman with consistent effort that can line up at multiple positions.
Four first-round draft picks have now signed.
UPDATE: Odrick’s five-year deal has $7.133 million in guaranteed money and a maximum value of $13.071 million.