The All-Time Draft Team selected by the Jacksonville Jaguar franchise.
Jacksonville Jaguars All-Time Draft Team
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Some teams are easy to do an all-time draft team. Jacksonville requires a ton of work because there are so many awful drafted players over the years.
Running back is easy, and offensive line isn’t too hard, but good luck finding enough good defensive players. Longevity is rewarded in a big way in this, but Jacksonville is so bad at drafting that time logged in goes out the window at some spots.
What position is the worst? It’s easy.
The Jaguars are awful – really, REALLY awful – at drafting wide receivers. How bad are they? Phenomenal busts Matt Jones and Reggie Williams are still two of the three best receivers they’ve ever drafted, and Allen Robinson is the first and only Jacksonville wide receiver to ever go to a Pro Bowl.
These are players drafted by the team with 1) longevity, and 2) production for the Jaguars, not some other team, meaning everything.
Jacksonville Jaguars All-Time Draft Team Offense
QB – Blake Bortles, UCF, 2014, 1st round, 3rd pick overall
RB – Fred Taylor, Florida, 1998, 1st round, 9th pick overall
RB – Maurice Jones-Drew, 2006, 2nd round, 60th pick overall
WR – Reggie Williams, Washington, 2004, 1st round, 9th pick overall
WR – Allen Robinson, Penn State, 2014, 2nd round, 61st pick overall
TE – Marcedes Lewis, UCLA, 2006, 1st round, 28th pick overall
OL – Tony Boselli, USC, 1995, 1st round, 2nd pick overall
OL – Vince Manuwai, Hawaii, 3rd round, 72nd pick overall
OL – Brad Meester, Northern Iowa, 2000, 2nd round, 60th pick overall
OL – Uche Nwaneri, Purdue, 5th round, 149th pick overall
OL – Maurice Williams, Michigan, 2001, 2nd round, 43rd pick overall
Jacksonville Jaguars All-Time Draft Team Defense
DL – Tyson Alualu, California, 1st round, 10th pick overall
DL – Tony Brackens, Texas, 2nd round, 33rd pick overall
DL – John Henderson, Tennessee, 2002, 1st round, 9th pick overall
DL – Marcus Stroud, Georgia, 2001, 1st round, 13th pick overall
LB – Kevin Hardy, Illinois, 1996, 1st round, 2nd pick overall
LB – Daryl Smith, Georgia Tech, 2004, 2nd round, 39th pick overall
LB – Telvin Smith, Florida State, 5th round, 144th pick overall
DB – Jonathan Cyprien, FIU, 2nd round, 33rd pick overall
DB – Donovin Darius, Syracuse, 1st round, 25th pick overall
DB – Aaron Beasley, West Virginia, 3rd round, 63rd pick overall
DB – Rashean Mathis, Bethune-Cookman, 2003, 2nd round, 39th pick overall