Jacksonville Jaguars: 4 possible draft replacements for Cam Robinson

Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle Cam Robinson #74 (Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports)
Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle Cam Robinson #74 (Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports) /
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Jacksonville Jaguars LT Cam Robinson #74 and Jarrad Davis #40 (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images) /

Once the 2020 season is over, the Jacksonville Jaguars will have to go over a myriad of questions surrounding their roster, coaching staff, and their front office. While general manager David Caldwell will continue to oversee the personnel department? Who will be coaching this team?

Another question that isn’t getting as much attention is which of their pending free agents they plan to re-sign. Other than wide receiver Keelan Cole saying he prefers to be a Jaguar than a Bird or some other [expletive] we haven’t heard much about the Jaguars players that can potentially become free agents in the 2021 offseason.

One of those Jacksonville players who could become free agents is left tackle Cam Robinson. Originally a second-round pick in 2017’s players’ selection process, the Alabama standout has the Jaguars’ left tackle for the last four seasons.

Although Robinson missed 14 games in his sophomore campaign, he’s started 41 of 58 possible games in the last four seasons. Left tackles are hard to find and this team should be pleased they have one in 2017’s 34th overall pick.

The problem with giving Robinson a second contract is that he could demand retail compensation due to the scarcity of competent left tackles in the market, and as good as he has been in Jacksonville, he’s not a top-echelon player at the position.

If the Jaguars opt not to re-sign ’74’. they could select any of the following players early in 2021’s draft.