Thomas, Redskins agree to contract in time for camp

The Redskins reached a contract agreement Friday with their top draft pick, wide receiver Devin Thomas, that will allow him to report to training camp on time Saturday.

Thomas, according to a source, agreed to a four-year, $4.8 million contract that included roughly $2.7 million in guarantees. Thomas becomes the fifth second-round pick to come to terms and he's the highest selection of the round to receive a contract.

The 6-foot-2, 218-pound Thomas was taken 34th overall.

On the eve of camp, tight end Fred Davis, also a second-round selection, is the only one of 10 Redskins draft choices that is unsigned.

The 21-year-old Thomas caught 79 passes for 1,260 yards as a junior at Michigan State. Many draftniks considered him the top receiver in the draft but no receivers were taken in the first round.

Senior writer John Clayton covers the NFL for ESPN.com.