Milwaukee Bucks forward Jabari Parker is signed, sealed and delivered.

Parker, the No. 2 overall pick in the June draft, and the Bucks finalized his rookie-scale contract Tuesday, a source indicated Tuesday.

The 19-year-old Parker is due to receive $22.3 million over the four years of the contract, with the last two years being team options as is standard in rookie-scale deals for first-round picks.

Parker is receiving 120% of the slotted rookie-scale amount and will make $4.9 million in his first NBA season. The number bumps up to $5.2 million in his second season, meaning he is guaranteed $10.1 million in his first two years.

The Chicago native will receive $5.4 million in the third year of the deal and $6.8 million in the fourth year.