Order of Jacksonville Jaguars 2014 NFL draft picks

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Find a list of the Jacksonville Jaguars 2014 NFL Draft picks here.

The NFL has handed out compensatory draft picks for 2014, of which the Jacksonville Jaguars received none, which means the draft order for the 2014 NFL Draft is set. The Jaguars head into the draft currently with a total of 11 draft picks, including seven picks in the top 150.

The Jaguars hold their original seven picks, beginning with the No. 3 overall pick and then fluctuating each round after that due to so many teams finishing with a 4-12 record.  The team received a total of five extra picks in trades, including one for wide receiver Mike Thomas, who was traded to the Detroit Lions in 2012.

The team also added a fourth- and fifth-round pick from the Baltimore Ravens in the trade for offensive tackle Eugene Monroe, as well as a sixth-round pick from the San Francisco 49ers in the trade for quarterback Blaine Gabbert.

Here are all of the Jaguars picks:

Round 1 (3)
Round 2 (39)
Round 3 (70)
Round 4 (105)
Round 4 (114), from Baltimore
Round 5 (144)
Round 5 (150), from Detroit
Round 5 (159), from Baltimore
Round 6 (179)
Round 6 (205), from San Francisco
Round 7 (222)

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