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Giants Sign Remaining Draft Class Members: A Look at Their Contracts

The Giants Class of 2020 is signed, sealed and ready to get to work.

The Giants signed their remaining nine draft class members Monday after each rookie passed the team physical.

Offensive tackle Andrew Thomas signed a four-year, fully guaranteed deal worth an estimated $32.345 million, including a $21 million signing bonus. His cap hit is expected to be $5,881,016 in 2020.

Safety Xavier McKinney out of Alabama, the Giants' second-round pick, signed a four-year contract estimated at $8,391,043. His signing bonus is a projected $3,662,577. His 2020 cap hit is a projected $1,525,644.

Offensive tackle Matt Peart out of UConn, the 99th overall pick (third round), signed a four-year, $4.5 million deal with a guaranteed $832,000. Peart's 2020 cap hit is estimated at $818,074.

Cornerback Darnay Holmes out of UCLA, drafted 110th overall, is projected to make $4,086,888 over his contract's four-year duration. His 2020 cap hit is estimated to be $807,971.

Offensive lineman Shane Lemieux drafted 150th overall, is projected to make $3,642,140 over his four-year contract, and has an estimated 2020 cap hit of $696,785.

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Linebacker Cam Brown out of Penn State, selected 183rd overall, is projected to make $3,493,364 over his four-year contract with an estimated 2020 cap hit of $659,591.

Linebacker Carter Coughlin out of Minnesota, the 218th overall pick, is projected to make $3,405,144 over his four-year duration and have an estimated 2020 cap hit of $637,536.

Linebacker TJ Brunson out of South Carolina, drafted 238th, is projected to make $3,376,952 over his four-year deal. He has an estimated cap 2020 hit of $630,488.

Cornerback Chris Williamson, drafted 247th overall in the seventh round, is projected to make $3,370,492 over his four-year duration with an estimated 2020 cap hit of $628,872.

Before Monday, the only Giants draft pick to have signed his contract was linebacker Tae Crowder, who signed a four-year deal worth a reported $3.37 million in May. Crowder's estimated 2020 is $628,872.

(All cap estimates per Over the Cap.)