Well that was fast.

Starting with top pick Trae Waynes around lunchtime, the Vikings signed every member of their 10-player draft class in the span of a few hours before their rookie minicamp, which starts tomorrow.

Waynes, the 11th overall selection last weekend, was the first to sign his four-year rookie deal. His contract will include a fifth-year option for the team, standard for all first-rounders per the CBA.

The nine other draft picks, including UCLA linebacker Eric Kendricks and LSU defensive end Danielle Hunter, signed four-year deals.

Terms of the Waynes deal are not yet known, but Titans offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, the 11th overall pick last year, signed a four-year deal worth about $11.5 million with a signing bonus of nearly $6.7 million.

You’re probably pretty familiar with Waynes by now. But if not, check out my feature on the cornerback from a few days ago.

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Kendricks starts at middle linebacker (for now) and Waynes is a fast learner