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2019 NFL Draft results: Grade the Jaguars picking Josh Oliver

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have picked San Jose State tight end Josh Oliver with their first of two third round draft picks in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Oliver is a player a lot of draft analysts pegged as a sleeper at the position would could turn into a top tight end in the NFL with some development. Oliver was actually recruited as a pass rusher, but he showed a knack on the offensive side of the ball and showed an ability to make athletic catches, noted for his ability to go up and get the ball.

Oliver is more of a joker or move type of tight end, something the Jaguars haven’t really had in quite a while. He’s someone who can threaten the seam and has shown a lot of hard work to grow and learn the position.

What do you think of the pick? Good? Great? Or should they have gone with another position?

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Grade the Jaguars’ third round pick!

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  • 22%
    A
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  • 49%
    B
    (813 votes)
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    C
    (382 votes)
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    D
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