Jacksonville Jaguars 7 Round Mock Draft: Stockpiling Assets

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Javon Kinlaw 2020 NFL Draft
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With the Jacksonville Jaguars seemingly in rebuild mode and stockpiling draft picks to reload their roster, here is a possible 2020 draft scenario.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have been busy this NFL offseason, moving on from veteran players like AJ Bouye, Calais Campbell and now Nick Foles, while creating cap space to sign free agents like Joe Schobert and Darqueze Dennard.

With Jacksonville set to have a total of 12 picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, they are poised to completely change and rebuild their roster into an eventual contender one once again.

This mock draft was made using The Draft Network’s Mock Draft Machine and their 2020 TDN Predictive Big Board.

Round 1 (first pick): Javon Kinlaw, DL, South Carolina

The Jaguars can go a multitude of different directions with pick number nine overall. They have been mocked Isaiah Simmons, Jeffrey Okudah, and Derrick Brown among others. In this scenario all of those guys were off the board, but that might not be a bad thing.

Letting go of Calais Campbell is a huge loss on the interior. Insert Javon Kinlaw, one of my favorite prospects in this draft class.

He is an athletic freak of nature and an almost ideal candidate to be Campbell’s replacement. Kinlaw has done nothing but impress people throughout the draft process with his high character, and his high level of athleticism. His draft stock has started to skyrocket and the Jaguars are a perfect landing spot for him.

Round 1 (pick 2): Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

I am still on the hype train of Kristian Fulton being the second best cornerback in this draft class. I do not quite understand why everyone is lower on him than I am. I view him as a potential lockdown corner, which is something Jacksonville definitely needs.

After trading Jalen Ramsey and AJ Bouye the Jaguars need somebody to play the on the outside to cover the receivers in that division.

Fulton is the only corner in this draft class that I think technique wise you can compare with Jeffrey Okudah. Fulton can be inserted instantly as a boarder corner for Jacksonville and become a leader on the back-end.