It wouldn’t be shocking to see the Jacksonville Jaguars target Vera-Tucker.
Florida wide receiver Kadarius Toney has recently been linked to the Jaguars at number 25. However, there are different routes they could take with the pick. They have so many needs this offseason that whichever direction they end up taking would make sense.
If the ‘Jags’ opt to upgrade their left tackle position with their second first-round selection, the second one they got from the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for cornerback Jalen Ramsey in 2020, they should consider taking Alijah Vera-Tucker.
The USC product is one of Daniel Jeremiah’s top 50 prospects in this year’s class and he also made Dane Brugler’s Top 100 list. Although Vera-Tucker lined up at guard in 2019, it would make sense for the Jaguars to play him at left tackle, the position he played last season.
Cam Robinson is set to become a free agent this offseason and it’s the team may be better off letting him hit the open market. If the Jaguars then decide to draft a left tackle late in the first round, the All-Pac 12 nod would be a solid pick.