The Jets and first-round pick Jamal Adams have reached a deal.

Universal Sports Management, which represents Adams, announced the news Thursday night on Twitter. Adams is the last of the team’s draft picks to sign.

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Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that the deal was for four years and a fully-guaranteed $22.3 million, with a $14.3 million signing bonus. The deal also contains a team option for a fifth year, which is standard for all first-round picks.

The Jets took Adams, 21, with the sixth overall pick in the NFL draft in April. The playmaking safety was first-team All-SEC and second-team All-American in 2016. He had five interceptions in three seasons at LSU and was widely praised for his on-field leadership.

Players report for training camp on July 28.