The Oakland Raiders have signed first-round draft pick Josh Jacobs.

The team announced Tuesday they had signed the running back out of Alabama who grew up in Tulsa and played at McLain High School.



According to the NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, Jacobs signed a fully-guaranteed four-year contract with a fifth-year option. 

Michael Gehlken, of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, reported that the deal is worth $11.9 million.

“We’ve always had to watch Booker T. Washington down the street sending guys to the NFL and the NBA. For us to have a kid like Josh, who was a first-round draft pick and played for a national champion in college, that was big," McLain athletic director Philip Johnson told the Tulsa World on Wednesday afternoon. "That was really big for our kids and we’re really proud of him now.”

The 5-foot-10, 219-pound Jacobs was selected 24th by the Raiders and appeared in 42 games at Alabama. He scored 15 touchdowns last season for the Crimson Tide, including 11 rushing. He had 1,315 all-purpose yards and averaged 30.6 yards on kickoff returns — the second-best single-season mark in school history.

He was the last member of the Raiders draft class to sign. Oakland had already signed No. 4 pick Clelin Ferrell, a defensive end out of Clemson, and 27th choice Johnathan Abram, a safety out of Mississippi State.

Jacobs is expected to be in camp when it starts July 23. 

Here's a look at his career so far: