Gamecock drafters sign first NFL contracts

Former South Carolina Edge Kingsley Ingbar, tight end Nick Moses And back to back Kevin Harris They signed their first professional contracts with their teams.

Enagbare was selected by the Green Bay Packers with pick number 172 in the fifth round of the 2022 NFL Draft.

according to tweet From Rob Demovsky, Enagbare’s contract with the Packers is a four-year deal worth approximately $3.9 million. Enagbare also received a signing bonus of $242,556.

Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst was impressed by what they saw in the movie Enagbare.

“He’s got good hands, good strength in his hands,” Gutekunst said at a press conference on April 30. “He’s had some good passes in producing lunge for the past two years. Certainly, size and height are what drew us to him.”

Patrick Moore, assistant director of college scouting for the Packers is excited about what Enagbare can bring to the table and is still seeing where he can make some improvements in his game.

“He’s a guy who still needs to work on what to do with how he gets there,” Moore said. “Like I said, he can bend and is strong. They did a good job picking him up. Only a really strong guy can arm men straight. Senior Powell, I’ve seen a couple of times where he ran straight through the narrow end that was drafted earlier.”

In his four years at Gamecock, Enagbare scored 121 total interventions with 24 for loss and 15 sacks.

Muse was selected by the Minnesota Vikings with the 227th overall pick in the seventh round of the draft. According to Chris Thomason of Pioneer Press, Muse’s contract is a four-year deal worth $3.77 million. The signing bonus that Moses will receive is $106,932.

In his career as a Gamecock player, he has had 67 passes for 805 yards and three touchdowns. Statistically his best season was the 2020 season when he got 30 passes for 425 yards and one touchdown.

The New England Patriots announced the signing of Harris on Friday night. According to, Harris signed a four-year contract worth $3.86 million. His signing bonus was $202,352.

As a Gamecock, Harris carried the ball 358 times for 1,976 yards and 23 touchdowns.

The Patriots manager or players, Matt Grohe, knew they had to pick Harris when he was still on the board in the sixth round when it was their turn to pick.

“When you have the opportunity to add a really good player to your squad, you want to capitalize on that,” Groh said at a press conference on April 30. them in South Carolina. I love the way he plays and the things he’s been able to do under these two different disciplines.

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