Jacksonville Jaguars: 4 possible draft replacements for Cam Robinson

Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle Cam Robinson #74 (Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports)
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player. 871. . . . Walker Little, Stanford. 4

The Jacksonville Jaguars could select either tackle in the first round.

It’s been a while since walker Little played football at the college level. First, he suffered an ACL tear that robbed him of his junior season in 2019. Earlier this year, he was the first Cardinals player to opt out of the season due to COVID-19 concerns.

Had Little played last season, he would have likely been one of the top prospects in 2019’s draft. As a freshman at Stanford, he earned the Pac-12 Co-Offensive Player of the Year designation and an ESPN Freshman All-American selection. The following season, he would earn All-Pac-12 honors.

. . Samuel Cosmi, Texas. 3. player. 851.

Drafting Samuel Cosmi with the 22nd overall pick in 2021’s draft would make sense for the Jaguars. While the top tackles in the process will be selected early, the Texas standout should be available when it’s time for this Jacksonville team to choose a player with their second first-round pick.

Cosmi is athletic, and good against the run. Although he may be a bit raw and will likely have to bulk up, he’s got the kind of upside worth taking early in the draft. Moreover, he is one of Pro Football Focus’ top-rated prospects in 2020.