Brandon Scherff, left with commissioner Roger Goodell on draft day, is the only Redskins rookie yet to sign, but his contract is fairly straightforward. (Jeff Haynes/AP Images for Panini)

The Redskins announced that they have agreed to terms with nine of their 10 draft picks, leaving first-rounder Brandon Scherff as the only rookie left to finalize a deal with in advance of this weekend’s rookie minicamp.

Late last week, Washington agreed to terms with safety Kyshoen Jarrett (sixth round), cornerback Tevin Mitchel (sixth) and Austin Reiter (seventh).

Over the weekend, they also finalized deals with linebacker Preston Smith (second round), running back Matt Jones (third), wide receiver Jamison Crowder (fourth) guard Arie Kouandjio (fourth), linebacker Martrell Spaight (fifth) and wide receiver Evan Spencer (sixth).

Smith, who arrived in the area on Saturday and inked his deal shortly after, received a four-year deal worth around $5.7 million, including a signing bonus of a little more than $3.5 million.

Scherff, the fifth overall pick of the draft, is expected to sign a four-year deal worth around $18.7 million, including a signing bonus of around $13 million, according to the league’s rookie wage scale projections.

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