New England has been busy stacking their Draft board, but not too busy to take a closer look at a…
Jags Strike Twice in Third Round
Terrance Knighton is a 6'3", 321 lb. mammoth nose tackle that can play in either the 4-3 or 3-4. This three-year collegiate starter is an active "disruptor" who can take on blocks so the Jaguars linebackers can make plays.
William and Mary cornerback Derek Cox was a small school standout at the I-AA level, and the Jaguars hope he can follow in the footsteps of former Bethune-Cookman College defensive back Rashean Mathis. JagNation reported the Jaguars visit with Cox last week.
It is being reported that the Jaguars traded a 2010 second-round pick to acquire the pick to get Knighton. JagNation will have more information on both of these two draft picks shortly.
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