Jaguars draft: Ranking top 10 offensive tackles not named Penei Sewell

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Florida Gators OT Stone Forsythe #72 and Georgia Bulldogs LB Nolan Smith #4 (Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Jacksonville Jaguars can find a good offensive tackle in the third round.

These offensive tackle prospects should be available late in the second round and likely in the third.

10. Stone Forsythe, Florida

Stone Forsythe has starting experience, appearing in 40 games with 28 starts for the Gators. While he needs to work on blitz recognition he could end up developing into a solid starter. At this point of his career, he’s better in pass protection than as a run-blocker.

9. Brady Christensen, BYU

Brady Christensen has outstanding upper-body strength and has terrific fundamentals. Even though he lacks elite athleticism, he moves well and has quick feet. On the other hand, he has short arms and may struggle against longer defensive ends in the NFL.

8. Walker Little, Stanford

Back in his sophomore year, Walker Little showed he had the potential to be a first-round draft pick down the road. However, a knee injury limited him to 72 snaps in 2019 and he opted out last year. If a team is willing to take a chance on the Stanford product, he could get drafted in the second round but he may be available in the third round.

7. Dillon Radunz, North Dakota State

Dillon Radunz would be a solid pickup in the third round. Although he needs to work on his technique and add bulk to his slight frame, he has quick feet and plays with aggressiveness. Jaguars offensive line coach George Warhop could help him become a solid starter.

6. Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

Alex Leatherwood played offensive guard in 2018 and left tackle the last two years. Even though the Alabama product has to work on his body control, he improved last season. If the Jags opt to use the 25th overall selection to address other positions, they could take Leatherwood in the second round.