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The Jaguars Select DE Myles Cole As Their Final Pick at the 2024 NFL Draft


JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars stayed defensive as day's end drew nigh.

They did so by adding depth to a defensive front that – like the rest of the defense – is an offseason of transition.

Myles Cole, an edge defender from Texas Tech, on Saturday was selected by the Jaguars No. 236 overall in the 2024 NFL Draft – the 16th selection of Round 7.

Cole (6-feet-6, 278 pounds), a one-year starter, transferred to Texas Tech after playing four seasons at Louisiana-Monroe. He registered 32 tackles in 2023 with 6.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, a pass breakup and three quarterback hurries.

Cole became first Texas Tech player selected by the Jaguars in the NFL Draft.

The Jaguars hold no more selections in the '24 draft.

Full list of the Jaguars 2024 Draft Picks in the 2024 NFL Draft include:

  • Louisiana State wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr. with the No. 23 overall selection in Round 1 Friday
  • LSU defensive tackle Maason Smith with the No. 48 overall selection in Round 2 Friday
  • Florida State cornerback Jarrian Jones with the No. 96 overall selection in Round 3 Friday
  • Missouri offensive lineman Javon Foster with the No. 114 overall selection in Round 4 Saturday
  • LSU defensive tackle Jordan Jefferson with the No. 116 overall selection in Round 4 Saturday
  • Mississippi cornerback De'Antre Prince with the No. 153 overall selection in Round 5 Saturday
  • Texas running back Keilan Robinson with the No. 167 overall selection in Round 6 Sunday
  • Arkansas kicker Cam Little No. 212 overall in Round 6 Saturday

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