The Jaguars made a move at linebacker with their first seventh-round pick of the NFL Draft.

Jacksonville selected Wisconsin linebacker Leon Jacobs with the 230th overall pick on Saturday.

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The 6-foot-1, 246-pound linebacker played in 59 career games at Wisconsin, the most by a player in FBS history. He produced 142 tackles (15.5 for loss), 6.5 sacks and three interceptions during his five-year career with the Badgers.

Jacobs played inside and outside linebacker at Wisconsin. He also played fullback in 2016.

Jacobs was born in Nigeria.

KAYE'S TAKE: The Jaguars had a depth need at outside linebacker and Jacobs fills that void. He is likely to compete with Blair Brown at SAM linebacker.

Jacobs played a lot of football at the college level and should at least contribute on special teams if he is able to make the Jaguars' roster.

JAGUARS' DRAFT PICKS

First Round: 29th overall: Taven Bryan, DT, Florida

Second Round: 61st overall: DJ Chark, WR, LSU

Third Round: 93rd overall: Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama

Fourth Round: 129th overall: Will Richardson, OT, NC State

Sixth Round: 203rd overall: Tanner Lee, QB, Nebraska

Seventh Round (2): Leon Jacobs, LB, Wisconsin (230th overall), Logan Cooke, P, Mississippi State (247th overall)

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