The Baltimore Ravens are locking up their 2018 draft picks and former Oklahoma tight end/receiver Mark Andrews is one of the latest to sign. Andrews inked a four-year deal with the Ravens that included a $836,660 signing bonus.
In total, Andrew’s deal will pay him $3,453,160. He was the 86th overall pick in last months draft.
During his career at Oklahoma, Andrews racked up 1,765 yards and 22 touchdowns at an average of 15.8 yards per reception. In just three seasons he became OU’s all-time leader in receiving yards by a tight end. Andrews also ranks sixth overall in career TD receptions (22), 11th in career 100-yard games (3), 11th in career receiving yards and 16th (second among TEs) with 108 career receptions. Twenty-two of his 112 catches (19.6 percent) resulted in a touchdown.
As a junior, in 2017, he recorded 62 receptions for 958 yards and 8 touchdowns. All of those were a single-season career best for Andrews, resulting in him being named a unanimous first-team All-American (AFCA, AP, FWAA, Sporting News, Walter Camp) and the Mackey Award winner as nation’s best tight end.