Jaguars 7 Round Mock Draft with Different Scenarios.

My Jaguars full round mock draft with different scenarios.

Scenario #1:

1st round (29) – Connor Williams, OT/OG – Texas.

Williams has been one of the best lineman in college football the past few years. He can play either guard or tackle, which would allow him to compete with AJ Cann for the starting Right guard position and eventually would be right tackle Jeremy Parnell’s replacement.

2nd round (61) – Mark Andrews, TE – Oklahoma

Andrews would give the QB Blake Bortles something that he’s never had, a receiving threat in the middle of the field. 

3rd round (93)  – Jerome Baker, LB – Ohio Stae

The Jaguars need a replacement for Paul Posluszny.  Baker fits the mold that the Jags covet in linebackers; a little undersized, fast, athletic and just really good ball players. With Baker, the Jags would instantly have arguably, the three fastest linebackers in the league.

4th round (129) – Duke Dawson, CB – Florida

Even though the Jags signed Dj Hayden to replace cornerback Aaron Colvin in free agency, I still think they would love to add Dawson for cornerback depth. He would be a perfect fit for the nickel spot but can play the outside effectively as well. He’s a proven playmaker, and would fit the Jags defense very well with his physical play and mean streak.

6th round (203) – Javon Wims, WR – Georgia

Wims was Georgia’s leading receiver last season and was a key contributor to their national championship run. Wims may still be a little raw, but has the talent to be a very good receiver in the league. With Allen Robinson leaving, the Jags are lacking bigger receivers that can win contested, 50/50 balls and the 6’3 215 pound Wims made a living of that at Georgia.

7th round (230) – Bo Scarborough, RB -Alabama

General manager Dave Caldwell mentioned at the draft luncheon that they are looking for an RB that has similar traits to Leonard Fournette. Scarborough fits exactly that. While Scarborough didn’t quite live up to expectations at Alabama, you saw occasionally of what he can be. Fournette and Scarborough would be a smash mouth tandem, and that’s what the Jags want. 

7th round (247) – Johnny Townsend, Punter – Florida

The Jaguars have yet to bring in competition for Punter Brad Nortman, who struggled many times this season. Johnny Townsend has been one of the best punters in the NCAA over the last few years and one of the few bright spots of the Florida Gators during his career. He has very strong leg that would help the Jags top ranked defense by pinning opposing teams back.

Scenario #2:

1st round (29) – Hayden Hurst, TE – South Carolina

If the Jaguars decide to go the tight end route in the first round, Hurst will be the guy. Hurst is the best all around tight end in the draft. The Jacksonville native was very productive at South Carolina and will only keep getting better as he keeps learning. The only concern with Hurst is his age (25) but there’s no doubt that he will be a really good player in the league.

2nd round (61) – Billy Price, Guard – Ohio State

The Jaguars would get a steal if Price fell in their laps in the 2nd round. Price was one of the top lineman this past season and would’ve likely been a first round pick, if he didn’t tear his pectoral muscle at the combine.

3rd round (93) – M.j Stewart, Cornerback – North Carolina

Mj Stewart would fit right in the Jaguars defense. He’s a physical player that can play nickel, on the outside or even safety. He would give the Jags depth at corner and nickel.

4th round (129) – Skai Moore – Linebacker, South Carolina

Skai Moore would fit right in with the Jags. Another smaller, fast, productive linebacker.

6th round (203) – Chase Litton, QB – Marshall

Litton would give the Jags a QB who could develop to a quality back up.

7th round (230) – Keith Kirkwood – Wide receiver, Temple

Kirkwood was a very productive receiver at Temple with over 600 yards and 7 TD’s. He’s a bigger receiver at 6’3 220 pounds but runs 4.46. He would give the Jags a bigger receiver with the departure of Allen Robinson.

7th round (247) – Johnny Townsend – Punter, Florida

The Jaguars have yet to bring in competition for Punter Brad Nortman, who struggled many times this season. Johnny Townsend has been one of the best punters in the NCAA over the last few years and one of the few bright spots of the Florida Gators during his career. He has very strong leg that would help the Jags top ranked defense by pinning opposing teams back.

Scenario #3

1st round (29) – D.j Moore – WR, Maryland

Moore has a relationship with Jaguars WR coach Keenan Mccardell from their time at Maryland, when he recruited and coached him during his freshman year. Moore would bring the Jags a different element with the combination of his size and speed. Moore is built like a running back and is the type of player to take a 5 yard catch, to a 60 yard touchdown.

2nd round (61) – Billy Price – Guard, Ohio State

The Jaguars would get a steal if Price fell in their laps in the 2nd round. Price was one of the top lineman this past season and would’ve likely been a first round pick, if he didn’t tear his pectoral muscle at the combine.

3rd round (93) – Ian Thomas – TE, Indiana

Ian Thomas had his best season this past year. Even though he only had 25 catches, 5 of them went for TD’s. His best football is ahead of him.

4th round (129) – Josey Jerrell – LB, Iowa

Jags find their replacement for Posluszny in Jerrell.

6th round (203) – Tavarus McFadden – Cornerback, Florida State

McFadden was once a projected first round pick after his sophomore season. If he can play like that and reach his potential, the Jags could possibly get a steal here.

7th round (230) – Johnny Townsend – Punter, Florida

The Jaguars have yet to bring in competition for Punter Brad Nortman, who struggled many times this season. Johnny Townsend has been one of the best punters in the NCAA over the last few years and one of the few bright spots of the Florida Gators during his career. He has very strong leg that would help the Jags top ranked defense by pinning opposing teams back.

7th round (247) – Malik Williams – RB, Lousiville

Williams is a big, powerful back at 6’3, 225 pounds, would be a nice complement to RB Leonard Fournette.

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