The Jacksonville Jaguars have gone five-for-five in picking defensive players so far through the 2016 NFL Draft, with Montana outside linebacker and pass rusher Tyrone Holmes being the latest pick.
More than 20 NFL teams (and one CFL team) came out to Montana's pro day in the spring, presumably to watch Holmes, who leads Montana's group of players who were NFL hopefuls. Holmes, who was named the FCS Defensive Player of the Year for 2015 by STATS earned 18 sacks last year, good for the best in the country. He was left off the invitation list to the NFL Combine, however... most likely because of his level of competition. But at Montana's pro day, he clocked a 4.58 40-yard dash and had 28 bench press reps of 225 pounds.
He's not a major candidate at what is a major need for the Jaguars. But what grade are you giving the Jaguars for picking Montana pass rusher Tyrone Holmes?