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The Florida Gators saw yet another player drafted in the first round the the NFL Draft with cornerback CJ Henderson going to the Jacksonville Jaguars with the No. 9 overall pick in the 2020 class.

The Jaguars have been very active in the UF program being only a short drive up the road and have drafted many names from the program over the years. In the last three years, the Gators have drafted a player from the UF program. Over 12 Gators have drafted by Jacksonville.

Swamp247 takes a look at some of the names from UF’s program who have heard their name called on Draft day.

CB CJ HENDERSON – 2020
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Was a first round draft pick in the 2020 NFL Draft with the 9th overall pick. Totaled 93 tackles in his college career in Gainesville along with 4 sacks and 6 interceptions. With the Jaguars losing former first round pick Jalen Rasmey they had a big need on the defensive side of the ball. Henderson is the third straight Florida Gators player to go in the draft to Jacksonville and the second first rounder in the last three years.

OT JAWAAN TAYLOR – 2019

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Was a second round NFL draft pick in the 2019 for the Jaguars and pick No. 35 overall. Played in all 13 games and started 12 at right tackle in his final year at UF. Florida’s offensive line allowed just 18 sacks over the course of the entire season, which ranked 20th in the country and third among SEC teams. Taylor made 16 starts in his first season of the the NFL just like he started as a true freshman for the Gators in college.

DT TAVEN BRYAN – 2018
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Was a first round NFL Draft pick in the 2018 NFL Draft for the Jaguars. Accounted for 62 total tackles in his three years in Gainesville along with 5.5 sacks and one interception. Has made 53 tackles in his NFL career and 3 sacks along with a forced fumble.

DE DANTE FOWLER JR. – 2015

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In his three years at UF, Fowler Jr. recorded 140 total tackles and 33 tackles for a loss along with 14.5 sacks. He also forced five fumbles and recovered two in his career in Gainesville as well. Fowler is the highest drafted played in the last decade from UF, as the No. 3 overall pick in the 2015 draft class. Fowler Jr. was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars and played there until 2018. Fowler also played fro 2018 to 2019 for the Los Angelis Rams and was just signed over the offseason to the Atlanta Falcons. Fowler Jr. has recorded 141 tackles and 27.5 sacks in his NFL career to date.

DB JOSH EVANS – 2013
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Defensive back who appeared in 47 games (24 starts at safety) and recorded 154 tackles in Gainesville. Was a 6th round NFL Draft pick in the 2013 class and pick No. 169 overall. Evans accounted for 200 tackles in his career in the NFL along with a forced fumble and three fumble recoveries. The Jaguars released Evans after the 2016 season and has also played for the Washington Redskins and also in the AAF league before its close.

DE DERRICK HARVEY – 2008
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Was a first round pick by the Jaguars in the 2008 draft and the No. 8 overall pick that year. Harvey was a three-year letterwinner who saw action in 36 games with 18 starts during his career in UF. Finished his UF career with 90 tackles and 20.5 sacks, ranking ninth in school history and trailing David Galloway and Robin Fisher by just half a sack for a seventh-place tie in the UF record books. His 17 tackles for a loss during his junior season rank 10th in UF single-season history. Had a career-high eight tackles in his final game as a Gator in the Capital One Bowl. Totaled three fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. Played for the Jaguars till 2010.

DB REGGIE NELSON – 2007

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Drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first round (21st overall) of the 2007 NFL draft. Honored with the 2006 Jack Tatum Award as the nation’s top defensive back by the Touchdown Club of Columbus. Selected to the Walter Camp All-America Defense, as well as the Football Writers Association of America All-America Defense. Earned first-team All-America accolades from the Associated Press. Tabbed for the All-American Football Foundation. Saw action in 25 games with 18 starts and had 97 tackles and 7 INT’s in his college career. Had 830 tackles in his NFL career and 38 interceptions playing for Jacksonville, Cincinnati, and Oakland.

DB DEE WEBB – 2006

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Was a 7th round pick and No. 236 overall in the 2006 NFL Frafr. As a junior in 2005, he started twelve games at cornerback, led the SEC in passes defended, and was a first-team All-SEC selection. Webb decided to forgo his senior season, and declared himself eligible for the NFL Draft. He played in eleven games with one start during his rookie season in 2006, recording seventeen tackles, one interception, and five special teams tackles. Webb was released by the Jaguars on September 1, 2007 as a training camp cut. He played in both the Arena and Canadian football leagues.

DE Cheap Bobby McCray Jersey – 2004

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The Jacksonville Jaguars selected McCray in the seventh round of the 2004 NFL Draft and he played for the Jaguars for four seasons from 2004 to 2007. He also played for the New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles. In his four-season college career, McCray appeared in thirty-six games for the Gators, including fifteen starts and thirteen in the final two years. He recorded 107 tackles with 14.5 sacks, 20.5 stops for losses, thirty-one quarterback pressures, two pass deflections, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. He accounted for 134 tackles in his NFL career.

OT MIKE PEARSON – 2002

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Appeared in 35 games in college with 33 stars. As a redshirt junior he had played in 33 regular season games with 31 starts for 2,547 plays and also started the 2000 Citrus Bowl and the 2001 Sugar Bowl. A first-team All-America selection in 2001 and a second-team selection in 2000.First-team All-SEC in 2000 and 2001. Two-time (2000-01) SEC Academic Honor Roll selection. First-team Freshman All-America selection in 1999 as chosen by The Sporting News. Played from 2002-2005 in Jacksonville.

RB FRED TAYLOR – 1998
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Finished his college career in Gainesville ranked fourth in school history with 3,075 yards and 31 touchdowns. Taylor was drafted ninth overall in the 1998 NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars with the first of two picks they acquired in a trade with the Buffalo Bills in exchange. Taylor started 12 of 15 games for the Jaguars as a rookie in 1998, rushing for 1,223 and 14 touchdowns, the latter total a career-high, while also catching 44 passes for 421 yards and three touchdowns. Taylor rushed for well over 10,000 total yards in his long NFL career, many of those years were played in Jacksonville.

WR CHRIS DOERING – 1996

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Was a 6th round NFL Draft pick by Jacksonville in the 1996 class but was traded to the Indianapolis Colts before the start of the 1996 season. He played in 40 games over the course of his NFL career and made three starts. He had 42 receptions for 476 yards and 3 TD. Doering was a staple out wide for the Gators over his college career.

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – As the Jacksonville Jaguars secured the worst seed in the NFL on Sunday, it appears they have won the NFL Draft “lottery”.

With a record of 1-14 (and with a win from the New York Jets), Trevor Lawrence could be on his way to Jacksonville, as the Clemson quarterback has -5000 odds to be selected first overall.

Having drafted a quarterback in five of the last seven NFL Drafts, the Jaguars are no stranger to attempting to find their leader; however, of those selections, only Blake Bortles (3) was selected inside the first five rounds.

Even further, the Jaguars have only selected three first-round quarterbacks in their short NFL history.

Quarterbacks Drafted By Jacksonville Jaguars In 1st Round:

2014: Pick 3 – Cheap Blake Bortles Jersey (UCF)
2011: Pick 10 – Cheap Blaine Gabbert Jersey (Missouri)
2003: Pick 7 – Cheap Byron Leftwich Jersey (Marshall)
Lawrence would join Cheap Andre Branch Jersey as the only two Clemson players drafted by Jacksonville, should the quarterback make the jump. However, rumors on Trevor Lawrence have always been surrounding his desire to return for his senior season.

While the rumors suggested this when the New York Jets were set to be the first overall pick, some quotes never die.

“No matter where I go, whether it’s across the country, whether it’s close to home, whether I stay another year. No matter what it is we’ll work it out,” said Lawrence in October. “So I’m not sure, that’s a tough one. But we’ll see how it all unfolds.”

Lawrence doesn’t have much more to prove on the college level, as his college career quarterback numbers put him in the top-20 for passing efficiency rating (165), in the top-60 in career passing touchdowns (88), and in the top-125 for passing yards (9,698).

The 21-year-old also has 17 rushing TDs and 951 rushing yards in his college football career on top of another year of eligibility.

New York Jets Draft Choices
After Lawrence, the odds at online sportsbooks are for Justin Fields being the second player taken. The Jets will have plenty of options at number 2; however, after drafting 13 quarterbacks in the last 21 NFL Drafts, they could also take a chance on Penei Sewell – Oregon’s offensive tackle – instead.

Quarterbacks Drafted By New York Jets Since:

2020: Pick 125 – James Morgan (FIU)
2018: Pick 3 – Sam Darnold (USC)
2016: Pick 51 – Christian Hackenberg (Penn St.)
2015: Pick 103 – Bryce Petty (Baylor)
2014: Pick 213 – Tajh Boyd (Clemson)
2013: Pick 39 – Geno Smith (West Virginia)
2011: Pick 208 – Greg McElroy (Alabama)
2009: Pick 5 – Mark Sanchez (USC)
2008: Pick 162 – Erik Ainge (Tennessee)
2006: Pick 49 – Kellen Clemens (Oregon)
2006: Pick 103 – Brad Smith (Missouri)
2003: Pick 200 – Brooks Bollinger (Wisconsin)
2000: Pick 18 – Chad Pennington (Marshall)
Regardless of how the actual draft plays out, rumors already suggest that Sewell on the Jets is more likely to occur than Fields is.

As the last week of the NFL regular season will modify some draft positioning, the updated NFL Draft order rounds out the top-five with the Miami Dolphins (from Houston), the Atlanta Falcons, and the Cincinnati Bengals.

The 2021 NFL Draft will take place beginning on April 29 and will last until May 1, 2021.

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The 2021 NFL Draft is roughly three months away, meaning teams like the Jacksonville Jaguars have ample time to determine how they will use their draft ammunition.

Jacksonville is even more prepared to make an impact in the 2021 draft than most other teams. The Jaguars have 11 draft picks, including two in each of the first two rounds and five within the draft’s first 65 picks.

Now that the Jaguars have a new head coach in Urban Meyer and the January 18 declaration date has passed, we have created the first of what will be several seven-round Jaguars mock drafts.

What are the Jaguars biggest needs? How will Meyer impact the draft process? We try to answer those questions below with Mock 1.0.

Round 1, No. 1: Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence
This one is as obvious as it gets. Until there is anything that actually suggests otherwise, we are going to lock Trevor Lawrence into the draft’s top slot to the Jaguars all the way up to the actual draft. For one, Shad Khan is a businessman. He clearly knows that Lawrence would instantly give the Jaguars a national star to market and brand around. And oh by the way, he is also the best quarterback prospect in the class by a comfortable margin. So what decision is there to make here? Lawrence is the right pick for all the right reasons. Urban Meyer wouldn’t be in Jacksonville if Lawrence wasn’t set to be a Jaguar, so be confident in the Jaguars getting their franchise quarterback in the form of the Clemson gunslinger.

Lawrence is 34-2 as a starter, having only lost in the College Football Playoffs (as a sophomore, to LSU in the Championship and as a junior to Ohio State in the semifinals). As a freshman, Lawrence defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide for the National Championship. In his career, Lawrence completed 66% of his passes for 10,098 yards (8.9 yards per attempt, 9.8 adjusted yards per attempt) for 90 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. He also rushed for 943 yards and 18 touchdowns. Meyer knows how special he is and that is why he will be the pick.

Round 1, No. 25 (via Los Angeles Rams): Alabama DT Christian Barmore
If there is any non-Lawrence prospect that we will be banging the drum for the Jaguars to target in terms of logic, it is Alabama’s Christian Barmore. He is still young with not a lot of on-field experience for the Crimson Tide (declared as a redshirt sophomore, started only in 2020), so he is essentially moldable clay for whichever NFL staff he lands with. Whatever team gets him will b getting a high-ceiling interior disruptor who played his best games against Alabama’s toughest competition in 2020. In the SEC Championship, College Football Playoff Semifinal, and the National Championship, Barmore collected 15 tackles, three tackles for loss, two sacks, one forced fumble, and took home the Defensive MVP award from the title win over Ohio State.

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Round 2, No. 33: Purdue WR Rondale Moore
Urban Meyer wants his team to be fast. What better way to do that than to add Rondale Moore to the mix? Wide receiver isn’t a huge need for the Jaguars considering Cheap DJ Chark Jersey, Cheap Laviska Shenault Jersey, and Cheap Collin Johnson Jersey are a trio of solid players, but the Jaguars could always use more ammo on offense to set Trevor Lawrence up for success. With starting slot receiver Cheap Keelan Cole Jersey set to be a free agent in March, Moore could instantly step into his role on the depth chart and present a different type of wide receiver to the team. Unlike

Moore’s size (listed as 5-foot-9 by Purdue) will likely keep him out of the first round, but the Jaguars don’t have any truly shifty and electric open field runners like Moore. He would be the perfect toy for Meyer to scheme for. Plus … Meyer likely remembers well what Moore did to his Buckeyes in 2018. In a 49-20 upset victory over Ohio State, Moore had 12 receptions for 170 yards (both season-highs) and two touchdowns.

Round 2, No. 45 (via Minnesota Vikings): Georgia CB Tyson Campbell
A 6-foot-2 cornerback with movement skills is exactly what the Jaguars need in the secondary entering 2021. Expect for the team to add a veteran cornerback at some point, but Georgia’s Tyson Campbell is too talented and athletic to pass up at this value. Putting him across the field from CJ Henderson would give the Jaguars two young and athletic cornerbacks to build their secondary around. Jacksonville is walking into 2021 with a limited cornerback depth chart, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Jaguars target a cornerback even earlier than this pick, but Campbell provides good value here.

The question would then be how do the Jaguars align their cornerbacks. Campbell has the length and size to thrive on the outside, so it would be simply to let him and Henderson man those positions while the Jaguars look for another slot cornerback, or even let Cheap Tre Herndon Jersey have another crack at the slot.

Round 3, No. 65: Miami TE Brevin Jordan
Jacksonville currently needs a young tight end to add some athleticism and pass-catching ability to the position following Cheap Josh Oliver Jersey season being lost due to injury. As of today, no position on Jacksonville’s roster outside of quarterback is as limited in terms of talent as the tight end position. Considering how much of an emphasis Meyer has placed on tight ends throughout his coaching career, it wouldn’t be surprising to see him push for the Jaguars to add a dynamic player at that spot sooner than later.

Cheap Tyler Eifert Jersey isn’t an answer and it is unlikely that James O’Shaughnessy is either, leading to a big need for a tight end to serve as the rookie quarterback’s safety blanket. Brevin Jordan has terrific athleticism and yards after catch ability and would function as a truly explosive weapon at all levels of the field. His skill set would pair well with Trevor Lawrence, too, who is adept at attacking the seams and finding tight winds in the red zone.

Round 4, No. 97: FSU FS Hamsah Nasirildeen
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While Florida State was a mess for the entirety of Nasirildeen’s time there, the athletic and rangy defensive back was one of their brightest stars. An ACL in 2019 may create some injury questions, but he has a track record of turnovers and consistent tackling ability that should appeal to teams like the Jaguars.

Round 4, No. 121 (via Los Angeles Rams): Ohio State RB Trey Sermon
We can’t do a mock without at least one former Buckeye joining the team, right? Meyer didn’t land Trey Sermon out of high school since he committed to Oklahoma, but Meyer is still extremely close to the Buckeyes program and knows just how much Sermon impacted their offense. Meyer also coached against Sermon in 2017 when he was with the Sooners, a game in which the Buckeyes lost to Oklahoma, so Meyer has seen him up close quite a few times and has even talked about the respect he has for him, listing him as college football’s No. 5 running back before the season.

The Jaguars simply need a quality depth option for Cheap James Robinson Jersey. Robinson is an excellent running back and should be the unquestioned starter after his record-breaking rookie season, but even the best running backs get some help. If the Jaguars are to keep Robinson both healthy and effective, they need to invest in a RB2.

Round 5, No. 129: Notre Dame OL Robert Hainsey
A two-time team captain and an All-ACC Second Team selection in 2020, there is a good argument to make that Robert Hainsey was Notre Dame’s best offensive lineman this past season. He may fall down the boards a bit as teams will likely project him as an interior lineman as opposed to a right tackle, but he has the strength, technique, and attitude to eventually develop into a starter at the next level. He gives the Jaguars depth and toughness with this pick.

Round 5, No. 154 (via Cleveland Browns): Wisconsin OT Cole Van Lanen
Pro Football Focus’s top-rated offensive tackle in 2018, Cole Van Lanen doesn’t have the ceiling of other offensive tackles in this class but he brings a ton of experience to the table. He played in 45 games at Wisconsin and was an anchor to what is always one of the country’s best offensive lines. As of right now he is a better run-blocker than pass blocker, but Meyer will likely be comfortable with his skill set due to the Big 10 pedigree and the fact that he was a consistent starter for a good unit.

Round 7, No. 193: USF CB Mike Hampton
A player who didn’t have a strong 2020, Mike Hampton has the frame (6-foot-1, 198 pounds) that Meyer’s programs have always emphasized at cornerback. This is simply taking a swing on an experienced and athletic cornerback with the hope that the coaching staff could turn him into quality depth. He could compete with Cheap Chris Claybrooks Jersey for a spot on the depth chart early on. He has 34 starts over the last three seasons.

Round 7, No. 214 (via Tennessee Titans): Buffalo EDGE Taylor Riggins
Taylor Riggins didn’t play in 2020 due to injury but had 13.5 sacks from 2018-2019, including 8.5 sacks in 2019. The Jaguars need more bodies at defensive end, especially if Cheap Dawuane Smoot Jersey is not re-signed to a new contract. Riggins isn’t a high-ceiling prospect but at this point in the draft it is about fits from a scheme and cultural standpoint.