Max Mitchell, an offensive tackle selected in the fourth round, and the New York Jets have reached an agreement on the terms of a contract, the team just announced.
Rich Cimini of ESPN estimates that the total value of the contract is $4.5 million, including a signing bonus of $796,000. Mitchell will be under contract with the Jets for the next four years, all the way through the 2025 season, after signing the rookie deal.
The fact that the Jets chose Mitchell with the 111th pick given the fact that they needed to improve their depth at offensive tackle was not unexpected.
It was estimated that he would be selected somewhere between the late third round and the middle of the fourth round in the draft. Mitchell possesses a body that is suitable for an offensive tackle position.
Mitchell has a height of 6 feet 6 inches, a weight of 307 pounds, and an arms length of 33 and a half inches. Although he did not perform very well in the athletic tests, he is nevertheless able to move fluidly on the football field.
His Relative Athletic Score, which is also known as RAS, was 5.55. The best times that Mitchell achieved were a 10-yard split of 1.78 seconds, a 20-yard shuttle of 4.65 seconds, and a broad jump of 106 inches. In terms of early speed, explosion, and agility, he exhibited a little bit of everything.
How Much Does Max Mitchell Make?
Max Mitchell makes an average of $1,114,006 per year. Mitchell’s base salary in 2022 will be $705,000, and his signing bonus will be $796,024. His cap hit will be $904,006, and his dead cap value will be $796,024.