The New York Jets signed second-round draft pick Breece Hall to a contract on Tuesday.
The 21-year-old running back from Iowa State reported with the other rookies to the team facility for training camp on Tuesday morning.
Hall’s four-year deal is for $9 million, with the first three years guaranteed, and includes a $3.7 million signing bonus, per ESPN.
Hall was the last remaining unsigned selection from the Jets’ seven-player draft class. New York drafted three times in the first round, selecting cornerback Ahmad Gardner, wide receiver Garrett Wilson and linebacker Jermaine Johnson.
“Jets fans are getting a three-down back, a guy that can catch the ball, make people miss, run you over,” Hall said after he was selected with the 36th overall pick in the draft. “Somebody that plays hard. And a person who’s just as good off the field as he is on the field. So a guy that’s going to impact the community and be more than a football player.”
Hall rushed for 3,941 yards and 50 touchdowns in 36 games at Iowa State from 2019-21. He added 82 receptions for 734 yards and six scores.
–Field Level Media