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Tony Boselli was an incredible NFL left tackle. He was taken with the second pick in the 1995 NFL draft and first in the 2002 NFL expansion draft. To be taken that early is a testament to what kind of player you are expected to be, and he was that twice, in two different drafts, seven years apart.
Through his eight-year career with the Jaguars, Boselli only gave up 15.5 sacks in his 91 games played. Lining up against some of the best defensive ends in his era, Boselli saw great success, including against Hall of Famers Bruce Smith and John Randle.
He earned five Pro Bowl nods, and was voted by the Pro Football Hall of Fame onto the 1990s All-Decade team. Within the franchise, Boselli was the first player inducted in the Jaguars’ recognition system, the "Pride of the Jaguars."
Boselli played the most important position on the offensive line, and one of the premier positions in the sport. With a combination of size, strength and athleticism, he threw defenders to the ground with ease and directed them away from the play.
Because of this dominance at a critical position, Tony Boselli was the best draft selection in the Jaguars’ history.