JACKSONVILLE – The late focus on offense continues.
After taking defense with six of their first eight selections, the Jaguars late on Saturday afternoon selected a third consecutive offensive player with their second Round 6 selection.
Tyler Davis, a tight end from Georgia Tech, became the Jaguars' 11th selection of the 2020 NFL Draft Saturday afternoon. The Jaguars drafted Davis with the 27th selection of the sixth round, the No. 206 selection overall.
Davis (6-feet-4, 252 pounds) caught 64 passes for 648 yards and eight touchdowns in four collegiate seasons. He spent his first four college years at Connecticut and transferred to Georgia Tech as a graduate transfer. He caught 17 passes for 248 yards and a touchdown last season.
The Jaguars, who entered the draft with 12 selections, have one pick remaining Saturday – in Round 7 (No. 223).
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, St. John's offensive lineman Ben Bartch (No. 116) in Round 4, Michigan State cornerback Josiah Scott (No. 137) in Round 4, Miami linebacker Shaq Quarterman (No. 140) in Round 4, Auburn safety Daniel Thomas (No. 157) in Round 5, Texas wide receiver Collin Johnson (No. 165) in Round 5, and Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton (No . 189) in Round 6.
The Jaguars select Georgia Tech tight end Tyler Davis with the 206th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.