Jaguars draft two pairs of teammates in latest 2024 NFL mock draft

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Jacksonville Jaguars, Keon Coleman
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In Round 2, the Jaguars go after trying to find their true, alpha, no. 1 wide receiver on the outside. At the moment, it feels like the Jags have three very good wideouts who function extremely well as a WR2 or top-end WR3 in the case of someone like Zay Jones.

But, at pick no. 48, Jacksonville goes with Florida State's Keon Coleman. Coming into the NFL, Coleman has a ton of pro-ready traits. Standing 6-foot-3, Coleman's overall size obviously stands out. He's a big body who can go up and make the difficult grabs, often compared to the likes of Atlanta's Drake London.

Coleman does have the potential to line up in the slot when needed, too. His route running could improve a bit, but he wins with his body control and hands. He's got an ability to make the big plays when it counts, and that's something this offense could use.

In terms of making plays after the catch, that's also where his size comes into play. He's a tough tackle. Coleman gives this Jaguars offense the big, strong body it's needed, to go along with the speed and playmaking of the other three main wideouts.