3 Washington prospects the Jaguars must monitor in the 2024 CFP Championship Game

• Washington will face Michigan in the 2024 CFP Championship Game

• The Jaguars should keep their eye on these 3 Huskies

• All of them are projected to go in the 1st-Round

Jan 1, 2024; New Orleans, LA, USA; Washington Huskies wide receiver Rome Odunze (1) warms up before
Jan 1, 2024; New Orleans, LA, USA; Washington Huskies wide receiver Rome Odunze (1) warms up before / John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
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The Jacksonville Jaguars will face the Tennessee Titans in the finale Sunday. If they come out on top, they'll clinch the fourth seed in the AFC and will the division for the season straight year. If they lose, they'll need lots of help from other clubs to qualify for the postseason. Regardless of how things go, they'll surely tune in to the 2024 CFP Championship Game the following day to watch Washington take on Michigan.

Clubs in need of a quarterback will keep an eye on Michael Penix Jr. and J.J. McCarthy. Both of them are projected to go in the first round. However, the Jags are set at the position, with Trevor Lawrence firmly entrenched behind center. Then again, Penix and McCarthy won't be the only prospects who will be trying to boost their draft stock.

There will be a trio of Michigan studs the Jaguars should scout. There will be others on the Washington sideline they need to keep on their radar, including the next three.

3. Bralen Trice, defensive lineman

The Jags need to find a third pass rusher behind Travon Walker and Josh Allen but they could also fortify their defensive front. The front office gave long-term deals to Roy Robertson-Harris and DaVon Hamilton last year. However, the group consistently struggled to create interior pressure and stop the run, especially in the second half of the season. Bralen Trice could most definitely help address both issues.

Even though Trice isn't particularly twitchy, he can win with outstanding handwork and power. He lacks top-notch athleticism but he's fast and explosive enough to succeed at the NFL level. Based on his skill set, Matt Holder of the Bleacher Report scouting department believes he's better suited to play with his hand in the ground rather than a two-point stance.

While the Jaguars may have a bigger need for a standup pass rusher, Trice is good enough to warrant a spot in their draft board.