All four of Oregon’s 2020 NFL Draft picks appear to have already agreed to their rookie contracts.
Shane Lemieux, the left guard for the Oregon Ducks, posted a photo on Twitter on Monday showing him signing a contract with the New York Giants.
The New York Giants chose Lemieux with the 150th overall choice in the draft, which was in the fifth round. He was the first offensive lineman from Oregon to be taken in this year’s NFL Draft.
Lemieux was one of the top players in the Pac-12 during his tenure at Oregon, garnering first-team honors from PFF and the Associated Press as a junior and a senior.
Jake Hanson, the other offensive lineman drafted by Oregon, signed with the Green Bay Packers earlier this month. Hanson will play center for the Packers. In the month of July, both linebacker Troy Dye and quarterback Justin Herbert put their signatures on their respective contracts.
As Lemieux prepares to report to Giants training camp this week, his rookie contract will have a total value of $3.64 million, which will include an approximate signing bonus of $347,000.
How Much Does Shane Lemieux Make?
Shane Lemieux makes an average of $910,535 per year. Lemieux’s base salary in 2022 will be $895,000. His cap hit will be $981,785, and his dead cap value will be $173,570.