Round 4, 103rd overall
Jacksonville has some potential on the edge as they continue to develop young players in Josh Allen and K’Lavon Chaisson. But they need more help and there’s plenty of edge talent in this draft. It’s still unsure how Hayes will heal after his 2019 season-ending injury, but he has great size and is savvy enough to beat the offensive tackle off the edge.
Round 4, 127th overall
The Jaguars can add more edge depth here by drafting Ronnie Perkins. Perkins is another developmental kind of player for Jacksonville. He’s got good speed and powerful hands. Perkins just needs to refine his technique, find more hip flexion, and add more to his arsenal of moves.
Round 5,142nd overall
The Jaguars found their starter guy in 2020 undrafted free agent James Robinson, but they could easily use some depth behind him. Sermon had a good career with the Oklahoma Sooners and put up good numbers but he’s never been regarded as one of the top guys at his position. He has good ball security, contact balance, and vision, and has a lot left in his legs.
Round 5, 167th overall
The Jaguars have a pretty good wide receiver room currently but could still use some depth. Clemon’s Amari Rodgers feels like a very underrated prospect in this draft. He has great start-stop ability, vision, and natural hands. To succeed at an NFL level, Rodgers needs to improve his route tree and work on more difficult routes than the college level asked for.