The 2023 NFL Draft wrapped up Saturday evening after 27 Pac-12 players heard their names called.

Three of those players were first-round draft picks. (Which gave the Pac-12 the fewest of any Power Five conference.) Oregon’s Christian Gonzalez, USC’s Jordan Addison, and Utah’s Dalton Kincaid all heard their names called by the NFL commissioner on the draft’s opening night.

And, because of that, the trio is about to make a nice chunk of change.

Here is a look at what each of their first NFL contracts are projected to look like, according to Spotrac:

  • No. 17 — Christian Gonzalez, Oregon (New England Patriots): $15,102,868 total value, $7,983,904 signing bonus
  • No. 23 — Jordan Addison, USC (Minnesota Vikings): $13,731,737 total value, $6,986,718 signing bonus
  • No. 25 — Dalton Kincaid, Utah (Buffalo Bills): $13,427,022 total value, $6,765,107 signing bonus