Jaguars Mock Draft

Hey Panther fan here. I made a mock draft for y'all.

At No. 9, I somehow was able to grab Isaiah Simmons, another athletic freak to add to the Jaguars defense. Probably would fill in for Leon Jacobs or Telvin Smith (unless he comes back). Simmons could be just another chess piece in Todd Wash's defense.

At No. 20, I grabbed Grant Delpit, who somehow fell here. Athletic with amazing ball skills and hard hitter. The Jags could have solid young duo at safety with Delpit and Harrison manning the back end.

At No. 42, Trevon Diggs, cornerback out of Alabama was the pick. He is the brother of Stefon Diggs, and he is getting comparisons to Aqib Talib. Hopefully, he doesn't have the fiery temper of Talib though. He may not slide this far because of his immense talent, but in this scenario the Jags get a steal.

Entering the third round at pick No. 73, I picked up a young defensive tackle to pair with Taven Bryan in Rashard Lawrence from LSU. He is an absolute mauler and first step get off. He's also been known for his strong leadership qualities which would serve well on the Jacksonville defense.

At 106, I grabbed Solomon Kindley, an interior player, who could possibly take over for Will Richardson or AJ Cann eventually. He's a big guy who can develop into a solid starter.

At 169, I drafted a playmaker in Jauan Jennings from Tennessee to help Gardner Minshew or Nick Foles (whoever wins the starting job). He's a sharp route-runner and has good hands.

At No. 186, I snagged Michael Divinity Jr, an edge rusher from LSU. He had some red flags when using PEDs but that's all.

Finally, at 200, I drafted Darryton Evans from Appalachian State to fight for the back-up role with Ryquell Armstead.

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