The Jacksonville Jaguars have a pretty solid overall offensive line situation. Their starting five of (from left to right) Cam Robinson, Andrew Norwell, Brandon Linder, A.J. Cann and Jawaan Taylor comes together as a rock-solid group that they can use to help build their offense around. That being said, there is still some room for improvement here.
Cam Robinson has grown into a decent NFL left tackle, but he is far from an elite-level player at the position. Left tackle continues to stand out as an area of possible improvement for this team, especially when we consider that Robinson will become an unrestricted free agent after the 2020 season.
With this in mind, the offensive tackle position could easily be on the radar for the Jags during the 2021 NFL Draft. In this mock draft, they address the position with the selection of Dillon Radunz with the first pick of the second round.
Radunz has been the full-time starting left tackle at North Dakota State the last two seasons and is coming off of a consensus first-team All-American selection for his play in 2019. He is a good athlete at the left tackle position who gets off of the ball quickly and shows impressive balance and patience as a pass protector.
This guy is a strong overall pass protector who shows exciting toughness and physicality as a run blocker. He is a physical blocker who also shows impressive athleticism at the position. His upside as a left tackle at the next level is impressive and makes him worthy of such a premium pick for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Whether they would bring back Robinson or not, Radunz would be a strong pick for the Jags in this range.