Charles Harris has reached a deal with the Miami Dolphins.
On Wednesday, the Dolphins announced that they signed the former Missouri defensive end. Harris was the No. 22 overall selection in the 2017 NFL Draft.
During his time at Missouri, Harris established himself as one of the SEC’s best defensive linemen. He became a second-team All-SEC selection last season. He also finished among the top 10 in sacks in the conference in both his sophomore and junior seasons, a span in which he totaled 16 sacks.
Harris’ rise is rather remarkable. He was just a 2-star prospect when he joined the Tigers as a member of the 2013 recruiting class.
Per Sportrac, Harris is slotted to make $10,843,739 over four years.
We have signed first-round pick Charles Harris. pic.twitter.com/VymrMTMzSY
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) May 24, 2017