The Seattle Seahawks signed all but one member of their draft class prior to the start of the team’s rookie mini-camp last Friday.
The lone straggler was finally signed on Monday.
Seventh-round running back Zac Brooks signed his four-year rookie contract with the team, per the league transaction wire.
Brooks saw limited playing time during his career at Clemson. He had just 234 yards on 41 attempts last season and caught nine passes for 113 yards.
Seattle sees Brooks as a potential third down option out of the backfield. He was the third running back selected by the Seattle during the draft, joining Notre Dame’s C.J. Prosise (3rd round) and Arkansas’ Alex Collins (5th round).