On Saturday, the Buffalo Bills took former Clemson linebacker Baylon Spector with the 231st overall choice of the NFL draft.
Spector played 1,456 defensive snaps for the Tigers over the course of 53 games, racking up 210 tackles (22.0 for loss), 9.0 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, 4 fumble recoveries, 3 pass breakups, and 1 interception in his career (21 starts).
According to Spotrac, the slot value would result in a $3.8 million contract with a $104,000 signing bonus.
ESPN ranked Spector as the 31st best draft prospect among inside linebackers and the 355th best draft prospect overall.
The Minnesota Vikings selected Andrew Booth in the second round on Friday, making Spector the second player from Clemson to be drafted into the NFL (No. 42 overall).
Spector was Dabo Swinney’s 71st draftee from his time as head coach, and his sixth seventh-round selection.
Spector is the sixth linebacker from Clemson to be drafted since 2015, and the 30th Clemson linebacker taken overall.
Clemson’s linebacker Spector was the first to be taken in the seventh round since the team’s eventual All-Rookie selection in 2010.
How Much Does Baylon Spector Make?
Baylon Spector’s average annual salary is $940,931. Spector’s base salary in 2022 will be $705,000. He will also get a signing bonus of $103,724. His cap hit will be $730,931.