No. 2 best undrafted free agent in Jaguars history: Keelan Cole, WR
Keelan Cole played for the team from 2017 to 2020. During his time with the Jaguars, Cole made a notable impact on the team's offense.
Cole entered the league as an undrafted free agent out of Kentucky Wesleyan College. Despite being overlooked in the draft. He proved himself as a reliable and versatile receiver. He displayed impressive speed and agility. This made him a threat in both the short and deep passing game.
In his rookie season in 2017, Cole made an immediate impact for the Jaguars. He emerged as another reliable target for quarterback Blake Bortles. Cole finished the season with 748 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
Coles' abilities added another dimension to the Jaguars' offense.
Over the course of his four seasons with the team. He showcased his consistency and durability, and rarely missed games.
Beyond his receiving abilities, Cole also made an impact on special teams, occasionally serving as a punt returner. Showcasing his elusiveness and agility in the open field. Coles' versatility and willingness to contribute in different areas of the game made him a valuable asset to the team.