3-Round Jaguars Mock Draft With Trade Back

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Sep 20, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Louisville Cardinals safety Gerod Holliman (8) intercepts a pass in the second quarter of a game against the FIU Golden Panthers in the second quarter at FIU Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

player. 52. I’m high on Gerod Holliman and think he can be a versatile playmaker for the Jaguars in their secondary. Whether tracking down balls at the free safety position or providing critical depth for the team at cornerback, Holliman will help the team’s secondary. While a bit of gamble, Holliman should be able to have an immediate impact as a rookie and provide an upgrade at free safety even if only as a backup. the Jaguars cannot survive another year with the horrendous Josh Evans back there.. CB/FS. Louisville. Gerod Holliman. 67

Sep 14, 2013; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies running back Ben Malena (1) celebrates rushing for a touchdown with offensive linesman Cedric Ogbuehi (70) against the Alabama Crimson Tide during the first half at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports

OT. Texas A&M. Cedric Ogbuehi. 70. player. 52. Ogbuehi unfortunately tore his ACL during his bowl game this past year and instantly fell from being a first round lock pick to a third round player. While the injury concerns are real, the Jaguars can’t find better value at the tackle position in the 2015 NFL Draft. Ogbuehi will come in and be the best depth the team has had at the position in a long time and he will also challenge Luke Joeckel to finally deliver on his potential. Joeckel needs a push to elevate his game and I believe that Oghbuehi could be that guy. If Joeckel’s game doesn’t elevate, this pick gives the Jaguars a player who could be a starter in this league if his body holds up.

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