The Patriots can officially welcome their top draft pick to the club. Per multiple sources, offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn has signed his rookie deal, which should be worth around $11.4 million over four years (not including the customary fifth-year team option).
Wynn was the 23rd overall pick in the draft, and will be expected to provide a near-immediate impact protecting Tom Brady, whether as a guard or tackle. DJ Moore, the 24th overall pick for the Carolina Panthers, signed his contract at the beginning of the week--his signing probably influenced Wynn to get a deal locked in, knowing just about how much money he could make relative to his draft position.
After inking Wynn, the Patriots only have one rookie (Sony Michel) left to sign his contract. While there's no timetable yet for getting a deal completed with the Georgia runner, expect Michel to definitely have a contract done before training camp.