The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed rookie RB Travis Etienne Jr., CB Tyson Campbell and OL Walker Little, the team announced today. The entire 2021 Jaguars’ draft class is now signed.
The Jaguars selected Etienne with the 25th overall pick of the 2021 draft. Etienne played in 55 games with 42 starts at Clemson. He is the ACC all-time leader in rushing yards (4,952), total touchdowns (78), rushing touchdowns (70) and points (468). He is also the NCAA FBS record holder for most career games scoring a touchdown (46 of 55 career games). His 6,894 all-purpose yards are second-most in ACC history.
In 2020, he rushed for 956 yards on 168 attempts and 14 touchdowns. He added 48 receptions for 588 receiving yards and two touchdowns. During his tenure at Clemson, he was named a First Team All American three times, and the Tigers claimed four ACC titles, two national championship appearances and one national title.
Originally from Jennings, La., Etienne helped Jennings High School to a 11-2 record in 2016. He rushed for 2,459 yards on 211 attempts and 35 touchdowns. He was a First Team All-Southwest Louisiana honoree in 2015 and 2016.
Campbell was selected in the second round (No. 33 overall) of the 2021 draft. Campbell played in 33 games at the University of Georgia and finished his collegiate career with 89 total tackles (58 solo), 11 passes defensed and one INT.
In 2020, Campbell started all 10 games at cornerback, finishing with 29 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, one interception and a team-high six passes defensed. Campbell played in nine games in 2019, finishing with 15 tackles and four passes defensed. He started at cornerback in 10 games as a freshman and posted 29 tackles and a team-high five passes defensed.
Originally from Plantation, Fla., Campbell led American Heritage School to a 50-5 record including state championships in his junior and senior seasons. He was also the 2A state champion in 100m and 200m.
The Jaguars selected Little in the second round (No. 45 overall) of the 2021 draft. Little played in 22 games at Stanford from 2017-19. In 2017, he became the first player at Stanford to start at left tackle as a true freshman since Kirk Chambers in 2000 and was the Pac-12 Freshman Co-Offensive Player of the year and earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention accolades. During his sophomore campaign, Little made 12 starts and was placed on the All-Pac-12 First Team and garnered Pac-12 Academic honorable mention accolades.
Originally from Houston, Little led Episcopal High School to a state title in 2014. His grandfather, Gene Little, played football at Rice University and professionally for the New York Giants.