Former Hokies running back David Wilson and cornerback Jayron Hosley have agreed to four-year contracts with the New York Giants, according to numerous outlets.
Financial terms were not immediately available because the team has not officially announced the signings yet, but Wilson, as the 32nd pick, is in line for a $3.3 million bonus. Hosley, as the 94th pick, is due in the neighborhood of a $515,000 bonus.
Those figures are slotted in the NFL’s new CBA, although there is supposedly some negotiation involved.
The Giants begin their rookie mini-camp today. It runs through Sunday.
Dallas has not signed fifth-round pick and former Virginia Tech receiver Danny Coale yet. The Cowboys will reportedly wait until June 1 to sign their picks, when $6 million in salary cap space becomes available after cornerback Terence Newman‘s contract comes off the books.
The Cowboys had their rookie minicamp last weekend. Coale told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram he’s comfortable playing any of the receiver spots.