The Jaguars may be on the verge of losing wide receivers Allen Robinson and Marqise Lee. If that's the case they'll be losing two of the more productive receivers in recent franchise history.
They'll obviously need to use some draft capital to address the WR situation if that ends up happening.
Enter Todd McShay's latest mock draft:
29. Jacksonville Jaguars
D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland*
Jacksonville has a real possibility of losing Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson in free agency. If that happens, WR is a huge need. Moore's tape is really good when he's targeted, and his combine showing, including a 4.42 40, only helped his cause. A tough WR with good run-after-the-catch skills.
DJ Moore is an interesting prospect. He tested very well at the combine. When you combine his size 6 feet, 210 lbs. with his 39.5" vertical and above average broad jump, Moore really has the potential to be a playmaker at WR. Add in to the mix his excellent straight line speed - he ran a 4.42 second forty yard dash - and his excellent short area quickness - he completed the three cone drill in 4.07 seconds - and you have the makings of an elite athlete at the WR position.
His college tape is also impressive. He's run many different route concepts and run most of them with success. He's excellent after the catch and has the physicality to fight through tight coverage.
Still, I think the first round might be a bit rich for Moore. There are similarly ranked receivers on my board that would be available later in the draft (see WR Anthony Miller). If Courtland Sutton is not available when the Jaguars select in the first round (he is available in Todd McShay's mock draft) then the Jaguars may look elsewhere. Perhaps a tight end or guard?
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