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Jaguars agree to terms with Josh Evans

The sixth-round safety is the last of the eight-player draft class to agree to terms with the team.

Sam Greenwood

The Jacksonville Jaguars finished a deal with the final unsigned member of their 2013 NFL Draft class on Thursday, reaching an agreement with sixth-round pick Josh Evans that is expected to be signed on Monday, according to the team's official Twitter account.

Evans, 22, was the first Florida Gators player to be selected by the Jaguars since the 2008 NFL Draft where he started 24 of 47 career games under Urban Meyer and Will Muschamp. In high school, Evans was a jack of all trades, and earned the Essex Player of the Year Award after a season in which he contributed on both offense and defense.

Following the agreement with Evans, the Jaguars will have all eight of their 2013 Draft picks under contract when training camp opens. The last time the team had an entire draft class present for the beginning of training camp was in 2007.

Evans will wear No. 26 with the Jaguars.

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