No. 2 Jaguars player under 25 in 2023: Tyson Campbell, CB
Current age: 23
Looking back, the 2021 draft is arguably one of the best the Jaguars have had in team history even if you leave Trevor Lawrence aside. They're currently set for the future and one big reason is that they nailed all their top picks. What's funny is that it didn't look that way at the time. Travis Etienne, their second first-round pick, supplanted James Robinson as the starter at running.
Andre Cisco was recently dubbed a breakout candidate and Walker Little will be given a chance to show he's the long-term answer at left tackle. Last but not least is Tyson Campbell, who got on the wrong foot to start his NFL career but has low-key become one of the top young cornerbacks.
As a rookie, Campbell struggled to turn his body when covering receivers, which led to giving up receptions. The fact that he lined up in the slot, where he wasn't comfortable didn't help matter. But the former Georgia Bulldog started to flourish once he replaced C.J. Henderson in the boundaries. Similarly, he now does a way better job of playing the ball.
Heading into Year 3, Campbell has often gotten attention not only as one of the best cornerbacks in the league but also as one of the best Jaguars players regardless of the position. He should garner more widespread recognition if he keeps making strides and the Jaguars win games, things that are expected to happen.