Jacksonville Jaguars all-offense 7-round mock draft

Quarterback Trevor Lawrence #16 (Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports)
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Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore (4) Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020 at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette. /

Jaguars add depth to the offensive line and the receiver room.

Round 2, Pick 46

Tennessee. Pick Analysis. IOL. TreySmith. 46. player. 839.

The Jaguars need to bulk up their offensive line at all costs this offseason. They need to do their due diligence filling in the inside and out in both free agency and in the draft. Trey Smith is very powerful but struggles a bit with his flexibility. He needs to work on driving his legs and hips more but a little development will do him good for the NFL.

Round 3, Pick 65

player. 848. Scouting Report. WR. Purdue. RondaleMoore. 65. Pick Analysis

The Jaguars are already pretty set at wide receiver but who doesn’t love a stacked wide receiver room? Rondale Moore is an incredibly versatile prospect who can work on special teams, in the backfield, and vertically. The only issue with Moore is his durability. He’s struggled the last two seasons and teams may be taking a gamble on him drafting him early. If he turns out to be a good pick, he will be one of the top steals of the draft.

Round 4, Pick 102

871. . Pick Analysis. OT. Stanford. 102. WalkerLittle. player

Major emphasis on the offensive line here in this draft for the Jaguars. Whether or not they re-sign Cam Robinson, they have to bulk up at offensive tackle. They can easily do that with Leatherwood and Little. Little could have been one of the top offensive tackles off of the board in 2020 until a season-ending injury. Unfortunately, his draft stock has taken a bit of a hit but his value has not. Little is very fluid and has good strength, length, and mobility.

Round 4, Pick 126

Pick Analysis. Wake Forest. SageSurratt. 126. player. . WR. 889

Sage Surratt isn’t a super agile or fast wide receiver prospect but he’s easily a big-body target who can go up and fight for those 50/50 balls. While his long speed isn’t there, Surratt easily creates separation on vertical routes.