Dylan Moses can fortify the Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker corps.
When addressing the Jaguars’ roster needs on defense, their linebacker corps may come at the bottom of the list, but that doesn’t mean they should neglect it this offseason. Jacksonville has a pair of studs in Myles Jack and Joe Schobert, but they could use another linebacker to round out the unit.
The ‘Jags’ could target someone like Seattle Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright in free agency, but if they want to allocate their cap space to other positions, they could target Dylan Moses with the 33rd overall pick. The Alabama standout is an asset against the run and excels at generating pressure upfront. He finished his collegiate career with 192 total tackles (21.5 for a loss), six sacks, and three forced fumbles.
Although Moses missed the 2019 season with a torn ACL, he looked fully healthy in 2020, logging 76 total tackles, one sack, and one interception. Moreover, he was named Third-Team All-American and First-Team All-SEC and has experience playing at all linebacker spots, which is something that could incentivize the Jaguars to pull the trigger.