Entering the final two rounds of the draft, the Jaguars had added prospects at each position group outside of tight end, running back, and quarterback.
With their first selection in the sixth-round, at 189 overall, the Jaguars took QB Jake Luton from Oregon State. He started his college career at Idaho but transferred after his freshman year. Luton is a big QB at 6'6'' and 224-pounds and can spin it. He has a big arm and decent accuracy. During his senior year, Luton really took care of the football, tossing 28 touchdowns to just three interceptions. Luton has developmental traits and will compete to make the roster as the Jaguars' second or third QB. Adding talent at the most important position in sports is always a good thing. The Jaguars continued their tradition of taking QBs in the sixth-round. If he can't beat out Josh Dobbs or convince the Jaguars to keep three QBs, the practice squad could be in his future. Due to a significant spinal injury, Luton was granted an extra year of eligibility in college and is an older rookie at 24.
At 206, the Jaguars nabbed Tyler Davis, a 6'4'', 250-pound tight end from Georgia Tech. In 2019, Davis transferred from UConn to Georgia Tech and caught 17 passes for 148 yards and one touchdown. At UConn in 2018, Davis caught 22 passes for 237 yards and scored six touchdowns. Davis was a team captain during his senior year despite being a transfer. Passing on talented tight ends like Hunter Bryant, Thaddeus Moss, and Cheyenne O'Grady in favor over Tyler Davis is puzzling, but Davis did run a 4.71 40-yard dash at his Pro Day. He'll look to make the back end of the Jaguars' roster as the fourth tight end behind Tyler Eifert, James O'Shaughnessy, and Josh Oliver. Davis seems likely to be a practice squad player in his first year but could see action if the long injury history of the Jaguars' top three tight ends comes into play.
The Jaguars completed their 2020 draft class with defensive back Chris Claybrooks. Claybrooks is left school early as a redshirt junior. He stands six-feet-tall and weighs in at 176 pounds. Claybrooks is a junior college transfer who spent his final two collegiate seasons at Memphis. He missed the first five games of 2019 with a foot injury, but played well as a senior, recording 42 tackles and an interception for the Tigers. He's long and lean and will compete for one of the last spots on the Jaguars' roster. He'll need to prove he can be a special teams contributor to make it on the roster in 2020, and he very well may be. Claybrooks averaged 30.7 yards per kick return in college.
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