How much will Falcons’ 2019 draft class make?

Falcons' 2019 Draft class

The seven college football players selected by the Falcons last weekend in Nashville, Tenn., are expected to sign deals in the coming months collectively worth nearly $40 million, which will amount to a $7.5 million cap hit.

The 2011 Collective Bargaining Agreement set up a value for every pick in the draft from No. 1 to the final overall selection. First-round picks typically receive four-year contracts that include a fifth-year team option. Undrafted rookies are limited to three-year contracts.

Here is the Falcons' rookie pay breakdown (figures from Spotrac):

Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College 
Pick: First round, No. 14 
Salary: $14,663,059 
Signing bonus: $8,684,043 
Cap: $2,666,011

Kaleb McGary, T, Washington 
Pick: First round, No. 31 
Salary: $10,236,987 
Signing bonus: $5,465,081 
Cap: $1,861,270

Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio State 
Pick: Fourth round, No. 111 
Salary: $3,276,789 
Signing bonus: $756,789 
Cap: $684,197

John Cominsky, DE, Charleston 
Pick: Fourth round, No. 135 
Salary: $3,006,531 
Signing bonus: $486,531 
Cap: $616,633

Qadree Ollison, RB, Pittsburgh 
Pick: Fifth round, No. 152 
Salary: $2,830,374 
Signing bonus: $310,374 
Cap: $572,593

Jordan Miller, CB, Washington 
Pick: Fifth round, No. 172 
Salary: $2,753,988 
Signing bonus: $233,988 
Cap: $553,497

Marcus Green, WR, Louisiana-Monroe 
Pick: Sixth round, No. 203 
Salary: $2,669,742 
Signing bonus: $149,742 
Cap: $532,435