The Jaguars have now signed two of their eight 2013 NFL Draft selections, as the team announced on Wednesday that seventh-round cornerback Demetrius McCray agreed to and signed his first NFL contract.
McCray, 21, was the only player in the draft class that did not play in the FBS, as the Appalachian State alumnus was a two-time All-Southern Conference selection for the Mountaineers. The 6'0, 185-pound defensive back finished his career with the team with 10 interceptions, 123 tackles, 26 passes defended and two forced fumbles. McCray was a standout high school defensive back as well as a quarterback for Newton High School in Covington, Georgia.
The second of two seventh-round selections, McCray was the Jaguars' last pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, taken two picks after fellow-cornerback Jeremy Harris. Following his signing, the Jaguars have now agreed to contracts with two of their eight selections and have six remaining unsigned players.