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2014 NFL Draft: Jaguars select Colvin


JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars increased depth in the secondary early Saturday.

And they did so with an eye on talent and an eye on the future, using their fourth-round selection in the 2014 NFL Draft – the No. 114 selection overall – on Oklahoma cornerback Aaron Colvin.

Colvin (6-feet-0, 192 pounds) tore his anterior cruciate ligament in a Senior Bowl practice in January. He was generally considered a second-round prospect before the injury.

The selection in the fourth round was obtained last season in the trade with the Baltimore Ravens for left tackle Eugene Monroe. The Jaguars traded their original selection to the New England Patriots on Friday.

The Jaguars on Thursday used the No. 3 overall selection to select Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles, then used three selections on offensive players Friday night.

The Jaguars selected Southern California wide receiver Marqise Lee with the seventh selection of the second round – the No. 39 overall – then traded up into the second round to select Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson. The Jaguars traded Selections No. 70 and No. 150 – third and fifth-round selections, respectively – in this year's draft to the San Francisco 49ers for the 61st selection that they used to select Robinson.

The Jaguars then traded up again late Friday night, selecting Miami offensive guard Brandon Linder. The Jaguars traded fourth- and sixth-round selections in this year's draft to the Patriots. Those were the 105th and 179th selections overall.

The Jaguars have selections remaining Saturday in the fifth round (No. 144 overall), fifth round (No. 159), sixth round (No. 205) and seventh round (No. 222). The first fifth-round selection was the Jaguars' original selection and the second came in the Monroe trade.

The sixth-round selection came in trade this offseason for quarterback Blaine Gabbert and the seventh-round selection was their original selection.

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