Fine by me. Let’s get to Miller’s picks.
Round 1: OT Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame
Miller realizes the Jaguars may have performed too well this season and “played themselves out of filling the team’s biggest need” which is quarterback. “Outside of reaching for a quarterback, Tom Coughlin and Dave Caldwell must look to other values and focus on improving other areas of the roster instead of selecting a passer to challenge and/or replace Blake Bortles.”
He’s right, but Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson is still on the board.
Round 2: QB Lamar Jackson, Louisville
Round 3: WR Korey Robertson, Southern Miss
Another mid-round receiver who hit the peak of his production — 72 catches for 1,070 yards and 11 touchdowns — just before entering the draft. Fine by me.
Round 4: TE Adam Breneman, UMass
And here we come to the part of the draft where I’m not on board. This is far too late to upgrade the tight end position. I’d much rather grab a tight end over an offensive tackle in the first round — especially with Dallas Goedert or Mark Andrews still available at the bottom of the first round.
Round 6: LB Chris Worley, Ohio State
It took until the sixth round to draft a defender and I still think that’s too high.
Round 7: S Trayvon Henderson, Hawaii
A productive defensive back who did well enough in the Senior Bowl to garner some extra looks from NFL scouts this year. I think he goes higher than the seventh round though.
Round 7: DL Deadrin Senat, South Florida
I don’t think Senat lasts until the seventh round either so if he’s there I think he’d be a great pick. He won a lot of accolades and while it was at South Florida, I still think he can come in and make the final 53-man roster.