No. 2 early need for the Jaguars in 2024: Cornerback
The Jags have taken the steps to solidify their cornerback room. So far, their work has paid off, having acquired a pair of starting cornerbacks in Tyson Campbell and Darious Williams. They've also added lots of the group, having drafted Christian Braswell, Gregory Junior, and Montaric Brown over the last two years. However, it would be a good idea to start planning for 2025, even if it looks like somewhat of a distant future right now.
After all, Williams signed a three-year deal worth $30 million that runs through 2024 and Campbell will be playing on a contract year as well. The team will probably make a strong push to re-sign Campbell but it's uncertain if they're going to be able to retain Williams too.
Similarly, Tre Herndon, who's slated to line up in the slot in 2023, will be a free agent next offseason, so they might also need to look for a potential replacement. Maybe Braswell, Antonio Johnson, or a mix of both will be Herndon's heir apparent at nickel but until that happens, the Jags will need to look at potential options at the position.
Also, Brown or Junior could develop into solid boundary corners but Williams is a vastly underrated player, and replacing him could prove to be a tough task. Williams played nickel early in the 2022 season and struggled. However, he fared much better once he moved to the perimeter, allowing a 31.57 percent completion rate on 19 targets in the last five games and posting a team-high 16 passes defensed. Either way, the Jags need to start looking for someone to line up opposite Campbell if Williams walks in 2025.