CHENEY, Wash. (AP) _ The Seattle Seahawks have signed wide receiver and first-round draft choice Koren Robinson, a spokeswoman for his agent said Friday.

Robinson, a receiver from North Carolina State drafted ninth overall, arrived at the team's training camp facility at Eastern Washington University on Thursday. The team had not made an official announcement about him signing by Friday afternoon.

But Monique Boyce in agent Alvin Keels' Chesapeake, Va., office said Friday that Robinson has signed. She did not provide details of terms. Keels was traveling and not available for comment, she said.

Keels told ESPN that Robinson would sign a six-year, $10.1 million contract.

Robinson missed the team's two minicamps this spring while he nursed a strained right hamstring.

The Seahawks now have all 12 of their draft picks signed heading into the first day of training camp Sunday.

Another first-round pick, Steve Hutchinson, a guard from Michigan selected No. 17, signed with Seattle on Wednesday.