Former USC kicker Ryan Succop has agreed to a three-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs worth a total of about $1.2 million, according to Joel Turner, Succop's Myrtle Beach-based agent.
The Chiefs picked Succop with the 256th and final pick of April’s draft, earning Succop the title of Mr. Irrelevant and an all-expenses paid trip to Newport Beach, Calif., for next week’s “Irrelevant Week” activities.
Kansas City is expected to announce Succop’s deal Thursday.
Succop becomes the first of eight drafted Chiefs players to agree to terms.
Succop played four years at the University of South Carolina and made 49 of 69 field goals.
He worked out with the Chiefs during offseason practices, which concluded Tuesday, and is expected to compete with second-year kicker Connor Barth for Kansas City’s kicking job.
-- Joseph Person and McClatchy Newspapers
USC’s draft picks
The Gamecocks had seven players picked in this year's NFL Draft, the second-most in program history and the most since the draft was shortened to seven rounds in 1994.
-- JARED COOK, TE: 3rd Round (No. 89), Titans
-- KENNY MCKINLEY, WR: 5th Round (No. 141), Broncos
-- JASPER BRINKLEY, LB: 5th Round (No. 150), Vikings
-- JAMON MEREDITH, OT: 5th Round (No. 162), Packers
-- CAPTAIN MUNNERLYN, DB: 7th Round (No. 216), Panthers
-- STONEY WOODSON, DB: 7th Round (No. 238), Giants
-- RYAN SUCCOP, K: 7th Round (No. 256), Chiefs