NFL: New York Jets Agree To Terms With First Pick Quinton Coples

The field of correct answers in our very own First Picked/Last Signed contest is down to 24 as the New York Jets agreed to terms with their first round draft pick Quinton Coples to a four year deal over the weekend. The exact terms of the deal have not been disclosed yet, just that it is for four years. Coples is a defensive end out of North Carolina and the 16th overall pick in 2012 NFL Draft.

According to the Jets, they are expecting Copples to have an immediate impact on the team’s success. Head Coach Rex Ryan expects him to start at sometime throughout the season, if not immediately.

Quinton is now a wrong answer in our First Picked/Last Signed contest. To be eligible to win the contest, you just need to guess the player selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft who will be the very last to sign a contract with the team that selected him. You can enter every day until there is one draft pick left unsigned.

The contest will run until all but one players are signed, and that appears to be happening pretty quickly, so get your picks in now. For more information and details, visit the official contest entry page.

The most popular pick so far has been Andrew Luck, the first overall pick and heir apparent to the Peyton Manning dynasty in Indianapolis. 15% of entrants are picking Luck to be the final 2012 draft pick signed. Not far behind him is the #2 overall pick, Robert Griffin III (RG3) at 11%. The rest of the field is pretty even.

Get your picks in now!