The Jaguars have reached a deal with seventh-round pick Jeremy Harris, the club indicated on Twitter Monday.
The club’s official Twitter account posted a picture of Harris, a cornerback from New Mexico State, signing his contract.
From a size standpoint, Harris (6-2, 181) fits the mold of the bigger cornerback new Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley had success with as Seattle’s defensive coordinator. Should Harris make the roster, he would likely figure as a reserve in his first NFL season.
Harris recorded 56 tackles, defended 11 passes and recorded one interception in his senior season with the Aggies in 2012.