The Jacksonville Jaguars should take a look at Amon-Ra St. Brown.
Just like every other position outside quarterback, the Jaguars could wait to draft a wide receiver. If they want to use their second second-round pick or their third-round selection on one, they should consider Amon-Ra St. Brown. The USC product is not the top receiver in this year’s draft class but he has the skill set to thrive at the NFL level.
St. Brown can be a threat in the red zone that can create yards after the catch. St. Brown hauled in 178 receptions for 2,270 yards and 16 touchdowns during his three-year tenure at USC. Last season, he caught 41 passes for 478 yards and seven touchdowns.
Moreover, St. Brown showed the ability to take over games when he scored four receiving touchdowns against Washington State in 2020. He may not be as athletically gifted as other wide receiver prospects in 2021, but he should his explosiveness and solid route running should help him carve a niche in the NFL.
The Jaguars already have a pair of solid wide receivers in DJ Chark Jr. and Laviska Shenault Jr. Also, they may opt to bring Keelan Cole back, but if they still want to add depth to their wide receiver unit, St. Brown makes sense in the middle of the draft.