Jacksonville Jaguars: 2020 defensive rookies midseason rankings
The Jacksonville Jaguars’ 2020 late-round picks have been mostly quiet.
Cornerback Josiah Scott was the second of the Jaguars’ three fourth-round picks this year. He was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list in the offseason and hasn’t done much of note thus far. He made his season debut against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 7 and played two snaps on defense.
If anything, he made the most out of it as he made his first tackle in the NFL. He didn’t play any special team snaps so it’s uncertain what kind of role the Michigan standout will have in the upcoming weeks.
So far, Shaquille Quarterman‘s contributions have been on special teams. He hasn’t played any snaps on defense but has amassed three special teams tackles. The Miami University standout isn’t ready to contribute at an NFL just yet and it may be a while before we see the fourth-round pick take the field on defense.
The Jaguars made Daniel Thomas the 157th overall pick of this year’s players’ selection process. While the fifth-round pick has been mainly relegated to special teams, he has dressed up for all games this year and saw a season-high 28 snaps on defense in Week 5 against the Houston Texans. After that game, his number of snaps went down again.