New York Giants offensive tackle Matt Peart has agreed too terms on a four-year deal, according to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan.
Per Spotrac, Peart’s rookie deal is slotted to be worth $4.499 million over the course of the contract.
Peart is just the second of the Giants’ draft selections to agree to terms with the team, along with seventh-round pick, linebacker Tae Crowder. The Giants remaining picks who have yet to sign with the team include second-rounder Xavier McKinney, fourth-rounder Darnay Holmes, fifth-rounder Shane Lemieux, sixth-rounder Cameron Brown and seventh-rounders Carter Coughlin, T.J. Brunson and Chris Williamson.
Peart was the 99th overall selection.
The offensive tackle was a four-year starter at the University of Connecticut and finished his collegiate career with first-team All-ACC honors last season. He started all 48 of the games that he appeared in, playing 24 games at left tackle and 24 at right tackle.
The Giants rookies, quarterbacks and players coming off of injuries are scheduled to report to camp on Thursday.