The Jacksonville Jaguars need to add depth to their offensive line.
The Jaguars’ interior offensive line may not need as much attention as the left tackle position. However, the team shouldn’t pass up the chance to add depth in the draft. They drafted Ben Bartch last season and should keep infusing their offensive line with talent on a consistent basis.
Also, the ‘Jags’ could part ways with veteran guard Andrew Norwell if they want to create even more cap room. Tyler Shatley could then move up to the starting lineup, which would create the need for more depth.
Clemson offensive line Jackson Carman would be a solid addition in the middle of the selection meeting. The 2020 Second-Team All-ACC started 27 games for the Tigers and all 12 in 2020. He was given a 79.8 Pro Football Focus overall grade last season.
Although Carman played left tackle at Clemson, he may be better suited to play guard in the NFL due to his limited athleticism and ability to move around the pocket. He could be a solid pick in the third or fourth round that could become a potential starter at best and a solid backup at worst.