One vote each for each of the following players.
"Foreman is intriguing, he has a similar build to Leonard Fournette, and he put up huge numbers at Texas. He provides great value in the third round and would be a much better choice than taking Fournette at four overall. – Jacob DeFee"
"Roderick Johnson had a tremendous career at Florida State, winning the ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy twice, in 2015 and 2016. Johnson could end up being a steal in the third round but as we’ve seen in recent years, Florida State offensive linemen don’t translate very well (a la Cameron Erving). Protection for Blake Bortles is key if for him to ever reach the heights he was expected when he was drafted third in 2014, it would also help the run game. We could see Johnson fill the hole left behind by Luke Joeckel. To back this pick up, Johnson has a scheduled visit with the Jaguars during the draft process. – Owen Nelson"
"The Jaguars need to bolster the running back position, and Marlon Mack would be a valuable mid-round take on day two of the draft. Mack has an explosive burst and quick feet. He is a threat to break a big run at any point, something Jacksonville desperately needs. More of the attributes he possesses like his agility and athleticism also allow him to be used as a weapon in the passing game. Mack needs to improve on runs inside the tackles, but with his knack of eating up big chucks of yardage at a time, taking him in round three would be a key step in improving the running game for the Jaguars. – Billy Long"
"Projecting the later rounds is always difficult, but it’s safe to assume the Jaguars will take a flyer on a tight end in what is a very deep draft. At this point, it’s very tempting to take a shot at a talented guy coming off an injury in Jake Butt. Terrific name aside, Butt was one of the best tight ends in the country last year before suffering a knee injury in the bowl game. He improved every year in college and he’s arguably the best overall tight end in the class behind O.J. Howard. Butt could ease into the lineup with Marcedes Lewis and also contribute as a blocker over time. He has the size and athletic traits to become a strong piece of the offense. – Daniel Lago"
"The Jaguars use their third round pick to add competition to the running game. T.J Yeldon and Chris Ivory failed to live up to expectation a year ago. A fresh set of legs in the form of Clemons Wayne Gallman could be just what the team needs. Averaging over 1000 yards and 10 touchdowns the last two years Gallman brings productivity and competition to a much needed area of the team. With their third round pick the team finds a replacement for Denard Robinson and potentially the starting running back of the future. – Warner Flower"
"A big, strong tight end like Adam Shaheen with tons of upside (the guy is a freak athlete by all accounts), “Baby Gronk” can be a mismatch terror for opposing defenses. With the receiving ability quickly progressing as he still finds his feet in football and a massive frame that can be used for mismatches or blocking, Shaheen could be an easy selection for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Worst case scenario, he finds room in the rotation immediately. Best case scenario, he becomes the tight end the Jaguars haven’t had since Marcedes Lewis’ prime. – Luke Sims"