The Jets signed their first draft pick from the 2019 draft class when they agreed to a deal with fourth-round tight end Trevon Wesco, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano confirmed.
Wesco will earn $3.2 million over the next four years with a $700,000 signing bonnus, according to Vacchiano.
A 6-foot-3, 267-pound tight end, Wesco was rated one of the best blocking tight ends in the draft, according to ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr.
While the Jets also feature Chris Herndon, last year's fourth-round pick who totaled 502 yards and four touchdowns, at tight end, Wesco could compete with Jordan Leggett at the position as well.
Last year, Wesco caught 26 passes for 366 yards and one touchdown with Will Grier and the Mountaineers.
The Jets still have five draft picks unsigned: first-round defensive tackle Quinnen Williams, third-round linebacker Jachai Polite, third-round offensive tackle Chuma Edoga, fifth-round linebacker Blake Cashman and sixth-round cornerback Blessuan Austin.