Ranking Jaguars wide receivers following the 2021 NFL Draft
Who’s next in this Jacksonville Jaguars wide-receiver ranking?
3. Laviska Shenault – The Colorado product showed promise in 2020 but injuries and the Jaguars’ less-than-stellar quarterback situation limited him to 58 receptions for 600 yards and five touchdowns. While he won’t reach the 1,000-yard mark due to the presence of Chark and Jones, he will get close to it and touchdown totals will also go up.
4. Collin Johnson – Although the Texas product didn’t play much as a rookie, he performed at a high level when he did, hauling in 18 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns last season. He will compete for playing time this offseason and should have a bigger role on offense in 2021.
5. Phillip Dorsett – Being a former first-round pick will buy you extra chances in the NFL, something Phillip Dorsett has fully taken advantage of since the Indianapolis Colts drafted him 29th overall in 2015. The Miami product has started more than four games in a season just once in his career and has never topped 600 receiving yards. At this stage of his career, Dorsett is a depth player.
6. Jalen Camp – The Georgia Tech product was the Jaguars’ sixth-round selection in this year’s draft. Although he’s raw, he has the physical prowess and athleticism to play in the pros. It wouldn’t be surprising to see him move up ahead of Dorsett on the depth chart.