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Jacksonville Jaguars draft needs: 5 small schoolers who can turn the Jaguars around

Jaguars defensive back Jalen Ramsey is becoming one of the best corners in the game, but what positions could help get Ramsey back to the playoffs?

Jacksonville Jaguars really fell off last year. The quarterback play was horrible and it is obviously their biggest need. The Jaguars have several big needs but their biggest needs are as follows: Quarterback, Defensive Lineman, Wide Receiver, Tight End and Offensive lineman.

Amir Hall, QB, Bowie State – Amir Hall of Bowie State is flying under the radar and he should not be. The 6040 quarterback has a big boy arm and is fast. If the Jaguars could add Hall to their roster he would be a great option to lead them back to stardom. He could be considered as a late round pick, but as of right now I see him as a priority free agent.


Isaiah Mack, DT, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga – One of the best interior lineman in the entire draft. The Jaguars already have a huge front seven, but if Mack is added to that amazing line they would be a force. Mack is a beast up front and I feel he will be taken in the mid rounds.

Deonte Harris, WR, Assumption College – A speedster with big play ability. Harris is considered a late round pick but the Jaguars could use him to take the top off a secondary. I love this kid’s abilities check him out below.

Qua Boyd, TE, West Alabama – The Jaguars need weapons and Boyd is a sleeper. Remember Tyreek Hill and Malcolm Butler? Both were West Alabama kids, and you better remember the name Qua Boyd. He is likely an undrafted free agent but the 6040 tight end can play.

Ethan Greenidge, OL, Villanova – Big Ethan Greenidge is a 6040 mauler who will likely be moved inside at the next level. He had a solid week at the East/West Shrine Game and I think he will be a priority free agent that could come in and compete day one.

Damond Talbot

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