Jaguars announce 10 undrafted free agent additions

Update: After announcing Eastern Kentucky linebacker Matthew Jackson as one of their signings, the Jaguars have since removed him from the list. He is reportedly set to join the Tennessee Titans instead.

The Jacksonville Jaguars added 13 players during the 2023 NFL draft and rounded out the roster with 10 more rookies signed in undrafted free agency.

The list, which was mostly reported immediately after the draft ended Saturday, includes three wide receivers, three linebackers, two players named Jackson, and two from UCF:

  • Jayson Ademilola, DT, Notre Dame — 6’3, 285

  • D.J. Coleman, OLB, Missouri — 6’5, 263

  • Elijah Cooks, WR, San Jose State — 6’4, 215

  • Kaleb Hayes, CB, BYU — 6’0, 195

  • Dequan Jackson, LB, Colorado State — 6’1, 225

  • Samuel Jackson, OL, UCF — 6’6, 325

  • Jaray Jenkins, WR, LSU — 6’2, 200

  • Oliver Martin, WR, Nebraska — 6’1, 200

  • Leonard Taylor, TE, Cincinnati — 6’5, 255

  • Divaad Wilson, CB, UCF — 6’0, 195

To make room for the 10 additions, the Jaguars released safety Tyree Gillespie and offensive lineman Jimmy Murray. Gillespie was on the field for 28 special teams snaps with the Jaguars during the 2022 season. Murray spent the year on the practice squad.

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Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire