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NFL Draft No. 27 overall: Harrison is the selection


JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars focused on the offensive line in Round 1.

They also focused on acquiring draft selections.

Anton Harrison, an offensive tackle from the University of Oklahoma, on Thursday night was selected by the Jaguars No. 27 overall in the 2023 NFL Draft.

The Jaguars traded their original '23 Round 1 selection, No. 24 overall, to the New York Giants for the No. 25 selection. They also received the Nos. 160 (Round 5) and 240 selection (Round 7) in that trade. They then traded the No. 25 selection to the Buffalo Bills for the No. 27 selection and the No. 130 selection (Round 4).

Harrison (6-feet-4, 315 pounds), who played three seasons at Oklahoma, was a first-team All-Big 12 selection in 2022. He started at left tackle each of the past two seasons.

Harrison became the fifth Oklahoma player selected by the Jaguars in the NFL Draft, the first since wide receiver Dede Westbrook (fourth round, 2017).

The Jaguars hold 11 more selections in the '23 draft:

  • No. 56 overall (Round 2)
  • No. 88 overall (Round 3)
  • No. 121 overall (Round 4)
  • No. 127 overall (Round 4)
  • No. 130 overall (Round 4)
  • No. 160 overall (Round 5)
  • No. 185 overall (Round 6)
  • No. 202 overall (Round 6)
  • No. 208 overall (Round 6)
  • No. 226 overall (Round 7)
  • No. 240 overall (Round 7)

The draft before No. 27 went as follows:

  1. Carolina (Bryce Young, quarterback, Alabama)
  2. Houston (C.J. Stroud, quarterback, Ohio State)
  3. Houston (Will Anderson Jr., edge, Alabama)
  4. Indianapolis (Anthony Richardson, quarterback, Florida)
  5. Seattle (Devon Witherspoon, cornerback, Illinois)
  6. Arizona (Paris Johnson, offensive tackle, Ohio State)
  7. Las Vegas (Tyree Wilson, edge, Texas A&M)
  8. Atlanta (Bijan Robinson, running back, Texas)
  9. Philadelphia (Jalen Carter, defensive line, Georgia)
  10. Chicago (Darnell Wright, offensive tackle, Tennessee)
  11. Tennessee (Peter Skoronski, offensive tackle, Northwestern)
  12. Detroit (Jahmyr Gibbs, running back, Alabama)
  13. Green Bay (Lukas Van Ness, edge, Iowa)
  14. Pittsburgh (Broderick Jones, offensive tackle, Georgia)
  15. New York Jets (Will McDonald, edge, Iowa State)
  16. Washington (Emmanuel Forbes, cornerback, Mississippi State)
  17. New England (Christian Gonzalez, cornerback, Oregon)
  18. Detroit (Jack Campbell, linebacker, Iowa)
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Calijah Kancey, defensive line, Pittsburgh)
  20. Seattle (Jaxon Smith-Njigba, wide receiver, Ohio State)
  21. Los Angeles Chargers (Quentin Johnston, wide receiver, Texas Christian)
  22. Baltimore (Zay Flowers, wide receiver, Boston College)
  23. Minnesota (Jordan Addison, wide receiver, Southern California)
  24. Giants (Deonte Banks, cornerback, Maryland)
  25. Buffalo (Dalton Kincaid, tight end, Utah)
  26. Dallas (Mazi Smith, defensive tackle, Michigan)

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