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Tracking projected contracts for Alabama alums from 2022 NFL Draft

Brian Robinson runs throught tacklers against Texas A&M
Photo by Robert Sutton of Alabama Athletics

The 2022 NFL Draft is in the books, and projected contracts are out on players.

Alabama football had seven players selected, including two in the first round.

RELATED: Time to recap where the Alabama alums went in the 2022 NFL Draft

Nick Saban has positioned 41 players as first-rounders since 2009 with Andre Smith. Spotrac, a website that breaks down contracts in the National Football League, has the estimation of what each drafted player will receive.

We have what all seven Crimson Tide alums may be pocketing below.

Evan Neal

-First Round, No. 7 overall, New York Giants

$24.5 million (four years, fully guaranteed), fifth-year option, $15 million signing bonus

Jameson Williams

-First Round, No. 12 overall, Detroit Lions

$17.5 million (four years, fully guaranteed), fifth-year option, $9.8 million signing bonus

John Metchie

-Second Round, No. 44 overall, Houston Texans

$8 million (four years), $3 million signing bonus

Phidarian Mathis

-Second Round, No. 47 overall, Washington Commanders

$7.5 million (four years), $2.6 million signing bonus

Christian Harris

-Third Round, No. 75 overall, Houston Texans

$5.3 million (four years), $1.06 million signing bonus

Brian Robinson Jr.

-Third Round, No. 98 overall, Washington Commanders

$5.04 million (four years), $849,000 signing bonus

Jalyn Armour-Davis

-Fourth Round, No. 119 overall, Baltimore Ravens

$4.4 million (four years), $760, 326 signing bonus

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Stephen M. Smith is the managing editor and senior writer for Touchdown Alabama Magazine.  You can “like” him on Facebook or “follow” him on Twitter, via @CoachingMSmith.

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