Former Alabama Crimson Tide right tackle Jedrick Wills took to social media Tuesday night to show off his latest purchase after being draft 10th overall by the Cleveland Browns.

No official word on how much the jewelry cost, but judging by the size and number of diamonds that make up the bear necklace, it's safe to say it cost a pretty penny.

Wills hasn't signed his rookie contract officially just yet, which is expected to be worth over $19 million with a signing bonus over $11 million.

Social media can be a cruel place. Naturally, Wills was met with criticism from fans on Twitter for his extravagant purchase. Known for his toughness, Wills responded to his critics.

The necklace was the first public purchase made by Wills. However, Wills did just celebrate his 21st birthday May 17. Nothing wrong with a late birthday gift after working hard to become a top-10 pick.

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Wills is expected to be the starting left tackle for the Browns in 2020 after protecting Tua Tagovailoa's blind side on the right side for the Crimson Tide.