The Jacksonville Jaguars will have their fair share of choices in 2021’s draft.
We wouldn’t blame you if you feel frustrated about the 2020 Jacksonville Jaguars. They gave fans a reason to cheer in the season opener when they beat the Indianapolis Colts. However, things took an ugly turn and they haven’t won one game since then.
Although the ‘Jags’ have a few playmakers on both offense and defense, they are far from having a well-rounded roster. In fact, they need help and an infusion of talent in all position groups with the exception of maybe their wide receiver corps.
On the bright side, Jaguars will have 10 selections in next year’s draft, two of those in the first round. If the team uses those picks wisely, they could quickly turn things around, and because the team has a robust number of choices, there are different paths they can take in order to fortify their roster.
While this Jacksonville team could use their first selection, the second overall pick in the draft, to get a quarterback, they could also use that choice to address other roster needs and use their second first-round choice, one of the two they got from the Rams in exchange for cornerback Jalen Ramsey, in a signal-caller.
The 2021 players’ selection process will be crucial for the team’s success in upcoming years, as they will have to get as much talent as they can if they want to build a solid foundation for years to come. Here are four players they could select with their second first-round pick, which is currently projected to be 24th overall.