University of Pittsburgh guard Dorian Johnson is reportedly sliding in the draft due to a medical concern with his liver, per Luke Easterling of USA Today:
Just before the third day of the draft kicked off, I mocked Johnson to the Jaguars with the 110th pick to give the team a long term answer at left guard. Johnson is a great, mauling run blocker in a power scheme, and considering the Jaguars drafted a power running back in Leonard Fournette with the fourth overall pick, Johnson would seemingly be a fit at left guard.
Now, it looks like Johnson will continue to fall in the draft. I have no clue if his liver issue is major or not, but it’s certainly scaring teams off. He started 39 straight games at Pittsburgh without any medical concerns, so I would still consider Johnson before the day is over if I am the Jaguars.