The Jets signed fourth-round pick Chris Herndon, a tight end out of Miami (Fla.), on Monday, leaving first-round pick Sam Darnold as New York's only unsigned draftee.
Herndon, who totaled 86 catches, 1,048 yards and seven touchdowns with the Hurricanes, has been looking to return from a knee injury he suffered in college.
Head coach Todd Bowles said the team would ease him back into drills as the Jets begin organized team activities on Tuesday, though Herndon participated in some rookie minicamp drills earlier this month.
Darnold, the USC quarterback whom the Jets selected third overall, is the only draft pick who has yet to sign his rookie deal. The Jets earlier signed third-round defensive tackle Nathan Shepard and their three sixth-round picks: cornerback Parry Nickerson, defensive lineman Folorunso Fatukasi and running back Trenton Cannon.