JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars moved back to defense early Saturday afternoon.
After selecting offense early in the day, they again addressed the secondary with their second selection of Day 3.
Josiah Scott, a cornerback from Michigan State, became the Jaguars' sixth selection of the 2020 NFL Draft early Saturday afternoon. The Jaguars selected Scott with the 31st selection of the fourth round, the No. 137 selection overall.
Scott (5-feet-9, 185 pounds) was an ESPN freshman All-America selection. He played in 30 career games – all starts at corner – and finished his career with 98 tackles, 25 passes defended and seven interceptions.
He missed eight games as a sophomore with a torn meniscus and was the Defensive Most Valuable Player of the 2018 Redbox Bowl.
The Jaguars, who entered the draft with 12 selections, have six picks remaining Saturday – one in Round 4 (No. 140), two in Round 5 (Nos. 157 and 165), two in Round 6 (Nos. 189 and 206) and one in Round 7 (No. 222).
The Jaguars selected Florida cornerback C.J. Henderson (No. 9 overall) and Louisiana State defensive end/linebacker K'Lavon Chaisson (No. 20) in Round 1, Colorado wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. (No. 42) in Round 2, Ohio State defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton (No. 73) in Round 3 and St. John's offensive lineman Ben Bartch in Round 4 (No. 116).
Jaguars select Michigan State CB Josiah Scott with the 137th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.