The Pro Day carousel is a-spinnin'! Welcome into a brand new "what I would do" mid-week Jaguars seven-round mock draft!
I conducted this mock using The Draft Network's Mock Draft Machine.
Let's get to it!
#1 - QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson
PETER KING: Is there any real mystery that you're picking Trevor Lawrence?
URBAN MEYER: I'd have to say that's the direction we're going in, and I'll leave it up to the owner when we make that decision official. I'm certainly not stepping out of line, and that's certainly the direction we're headed.
#25 - WR Kadarius Toney, Florida
The Jaguars have an impressive group of receivers, but Toney brings more speed, playmaking ability AND has the skill set to DOMINATE from the slot. He comes in at just under 6 feet tall and weighs 193 pounds. His 4.39 forty yard dash and effortless change of direction are a sight to behold. He's the only true slot receiver on the roster. The Jaguars could have one of the most explosive offenses in football with the addition of Toney.
#33 - DT Christian Barmore, Alabama
While I want to attack offense early and often, Barmore presented too much value here. He has the potential to be stout against the run and a game wrecker as a pocket pusher and penetrator. He's still growing into himself and has an extremely high ceiling. Urban Meyer wants a top-eight defensive line, and with the selection of Barmore, that might be possible.
#45 - RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina
Like Barmore, Williams is too good to pass up. With the duo of James Robinson and Javonte Williams, you've now got an ELITE backfield and will be one of the toughest rushing teams in the game. Williams has a similar game to James Robinson but has more explosiveness and speed.
#65 - S Jevon Holland, Oregon
Holland gives you a free safety AND a potential star slot defender. Not playing in 2020 hurt his draft stock a bit, but Holland has instincts, range, and ball skills. He doesn't shy away from the physical aspects of the position. He rounds out the Jaguars' secondary. Shaquill Griffin, CJ Henderson, Jevon Holland, Rayshawn Jenkins, and Sidney Jones give you a strong top five.
#90 - EDGE Quincy Roche
Traded #145, #170
Another value pick, Roche tested very well at his pro day, produced at Temple and Miami, and dominated the Senior Bowl. He projects well to the Jaguars' multiple front defense and should provide a steady pass rush.
#106 - OT Walker Little, Stanford
Little has a medical red flag and opted out of 2020, but he's looked good in training this offseason and is a high-level left tackle when healthy. The Jaguars don't need him to start right away, but stepping in at left or right tackle in 2022, Little could be a steal.
#130 - TE Tre' McKitty, Georgia
Seldom used at Georgia in 2020, McKitty has the size, hands, and athleticism to be a potential impact receiver at the tight end position. He showed flashes at Georgia and even more during his time at Florida State, where he caught 49 passes throughout his sophomore and junior campaigns.
#246 - WR Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa
I sincerely doubt Smith-Marsette falls this far because he has a comparable skill set to Dyami Brown, who will go early on day two. But the larger theme here is that there likely WILL be a receiver available in the seventh round that has no business still being on the board.
Right now, I don't think the Jaguars have the talent to compete for the playoffs in 2020. But if Trent Baalke and Urban Meyer can put together a draft class like this, I might change my tune.
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