Ranking Jaguars 2021 draft picks: Who’s at the top?

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No. 4 Jaguars 2021 Draft ranking: Tyson Campbell, CB

The Jaguars were stacked at cornerback last year but Tyson Campbell managed to separate himself from the bunch and stand out. The former Georgia Bulldog manned the slot on Day 1 but later moved to the boundaries when Jacksonville traded former first-round pick C.J. Henderson to the Carolina Panthers.

Campbell struggled early in his rookie campaign but that was mostly due to being miscast in the slot and a nagging toe injury. Once he lined up outside and was 100 percent healthy, he started to improve and ended the year with a team-high two interceptions.

The Georgia native picked up where he left off in his rookie year and has low-key become one of the best corners in the NFL. He’s started every game this season and has allowed a 58.1 percent completion rate. He’s also registered four passes defended and two interceptions.

No. 3 Jaguars 2021 draft rankings: Andre Cisco, S

Andre Cisco was a playmaker in college, logging 13 interceptions and 14 pass deflections in 24 games, so why did he fall to the third round of last year’s draft? He first suffered a lower-body injury that forced him to miss a few games in 2019. He then missed most of the 2020 season after tearing his ACL, so teams were rightfully concerned about his injury red flags.

Had the former Syracuse Orangeman been healthy, he might’ve been a first-round selection, so the Jags were fortunate to land him in the third round, as he’s gone on to become a key cog in their secondary. Cisco has started all 10 games this season and has a team-high three interceptions. If he keeps playing well, he might have a shot at playing in the 2022 Pro Bowl games.