Back in May, the Detroit Lions signed second overall pick and former Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson to a four-year contract, according to his agent.
The terms weren’t released but his contract was projected to be a four-year, $35,713,386 contract that includes a $23,153,372 signing bonus.
Despite his newfound wealth, Hutchinson has zero plans of moving out on his own, as it was revealed that he plans to stick around at his parents’ home for the time being.
Social media took it easy on him:
During his four-year career at Michigan, Hutchinson recorded 156 total tackles, 27.5 for a loss, 17.5 sacks, five forced fumbles, two recoveries, and 10 pass deflections in 36 career games.