Jaguars fortify O-Line and WR corps in 4-round 2024 NFL Mock Draft

• The Jaguars load up on offensive talent in this 4-round mock draft
Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Johnny Wilson (14) catches a pass from Florida State Seminoles
Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Johnny Wilson (14) catches a pass from Florida State Seminoles / Alicia Devine/Tallahassee Democrat / USA
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Johnny Wilson, FSU - Round 4, pick 114

Johnny Wilson. . . . Wide receiver. 114. player. 435. Johnny Wilson. Johnny Wilson

The Jaguars can afford to skip a handful of position groups, including quarterback, running back, and tight end, in the draft. The wide receiver group, on the other hand, could use depth even if Jacksonville takes a receiver on Day 1.

Last year, injuries exposed the team's dearth of talent at receiver. The Jags weren't able to adjust when Zay Jones missed time, and the offense suffered a dip in production when Christian Kirk landed on Injured Reserve. If Jacksonville doesn't want it to happen again, they should double-dip at the position. Johnny Wilson would be an intriguing addition in the fourth round.

A four-star recruit out of high school, Wilson gave the Seminoles a reliable target opposite Keon Coleman in 2023, tallying 41 receptions for 617 yards in 10 games. He completed the 40-yard dash in 4.52 seconds at the scouting combine and posted a 37-inch vertical jump.

Wilson has surprisingly good speed for his 6-foot-6 frame. He's also an outstanding route runner who's shown a penchant for coming down with catches outside his catch radius. His biggest weakness is that he lacks an ideal burst in his release, but he could compete for targets as WR4 on the Jaguars' offense.

Drafting Wilson would also protect the Jags in case they move on from Zay Jones this or next year, so they would get a return on their investment either this year or next.

Blake Fisher, RT - Round 4, pick 116

Blake Fisher. . . . player. 443. Right tackle. Blake Fisher. Blake Fisher. 116

The Jaguars are set at offensive tackle in 2024, but it's hard to tell how the depth chart will look next year. Both Walker Little and Cam Robinson are set to hit the open market, potentially leaving a hole on the left side of the offensive line.

If the coaching staff feels that plugging in Anton Harrison at left tackle is the best course of action, the Jags will then need to look for a right tackle. Blake Fisher could prove to be a viable solution in the fourth round.

A two-year starter at Notre Dame, Fisher has all the traits you want in an offensive tackle: Mean streak, power, and athleticism. He needs to work on his footwork and become more consistent but he could redshirt his rookie season to work on both issues.

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