The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Wednesday that they’ve signed second-round OT Cam Robinson to a four-year rookie contract.
According to OverTheCap.com, Robinson will receive a four-year contract worth $7,018,128, which includes a signing bonus of $3,244,092.
Robinson, 21, was selected with the No. 34 overall pick by the Jaguars after they elected to trade up with the Seahawks. In total, the Jaguars gave up a second- and a sixth-round pick in this year’s draft for the right to select Robinson.
He was the first true freshman to start at left tackle for Alabama since Bengals RT Andre Smith back in 2006.
During his college career at Alabama, Robinson earned the 2016 Outland Trophy for the best college interior lineman and was named a first-team All-SEC player last season.