Jaguars general manager Trent Baalke told NFL Network's James Palmer on Wednesday that the team "fielded a couple of calls" about the pick, "but I think we're going to hold tight."
"We're going to have a great meeting tomorrow, and I [imagine] we'll get closer to a decision," Meyer said.
It's neither a surprise that teams tried calling about the No. 1 pick nor that the Jaguars have decided to keep the selection.
There's no indication which teams called Baalke about the draft pick.
If the Jaguars were even going to entertain trading out of the top spot, it stands to reason they would have asked for a king's ransom. Trevor Lawrence is universally regarded as the best player in this year's class and the best quarterback prospect since Andrew Luck in 2012.
Jacksonville secured the No. 1 pick by losing its final 15 games of the 2020 season after a Week 1 win over the Indianapolis Colts. Meyer came out of retirement to become the Jaguars head coach. This marks his first time in the NFL after 32 years as a college coach.
With the Jaguars poised to stay in their current position, they will officially announce the No. 1 pick in the 2021 draft on April 29.