The Jets have signed their seventh-round draft pick, Trevor Reilly, an outside linebacker from Utah.

He was the 12th and final pick the Jets made in last weekend’s draft. On Wednesday, he became the first of the 12 picks to sign with the Jets.

Reilly, 26, has had surgery on the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, and then he had the knee scoped after last season. Because of his age and his history of knee problems, his long-term viability in the NFL remains very much uncertain.

The Jets drafted Reilly 233rd overall, with the 18th pick of the seventh round. Last year’s 233rd overall pick was Missouri Western defensive end David Bass.

The Raiders picked Bass and gave him a four-year, $2.209 million contract, including a $48,600 signing bonus. The signing bonus was the only guaranteed money in his deal. This is all pretty typical for a seventh-round pick’s contract. Bass’s base salary in 2013 was $405,000. This year, it will be $495,000. Bass was claimed off waivers last Sept. 1 by the Bears, who picked up his contract.