Now it’s official.

Ezekiel Elliott is a Dallas Cowboy. And he got plenty of compensation for it.

The Cowboys announced on Wednesday that they came to terms with the No. 4 overall draft pick:

The team didn’t disclose the terms. According to’s Ian Rapoport, Elliott’s deal was worth $24.9 million over four years with a $16.3 million signing bonus.

That’s the largest contract signed by a B1G rookie since the rookie wage scale was put in place in 2011.

Elliott became the third Buckeye first-rounder to sign a contract. Darron Lee and Joey Bosa have still yet to sign.

When Bosa, the No. 3 overall pick, does sign his contract, it will replace Elliott’s as the largest contract for a B1G draft pick since the rookie wage scale was implemented.