Jacksonville Jaguars way-too-early four-round 2021 NFL mock draft

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Pooka Williams, Jacksonville Jaguars
Running back Pooka Williams joins the Jacksonville Jaguars in this mock draft. (Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images) /

821. Pick Analysis. Kansas. 4. player. Scouting Report. RB. Pooka Williams

The Jacksonville Jaguars have already declined the fifth-year option on running back Leonard Fournette and they are unlikely to bring him back after the 2020 season. They could look to spend a more premium pick to replace Fournette, but they can afford to wait and pick their spots at the running back position. In this mock draft, Pooka Williams falls to the fourth round and feels like a strong value.

Williams is a smart and patient running back prospect who sees holes quickly and gets through them in an instant. His burst through the hole is impressive and quickness in open space is even better. Williams is an incredibly elusive runner who also shows great competitive toughness when finishing runs.

Williams is a smaller back who does not have much natural power, but he is a tough player who consistently competes. Just get this guy the ball in space and let him work. He may not ever be a premier workhorse back, but he is a talented player who could come in and make an immediate impact for the Jags.

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Michigan. 4. WR. Ronnie Bell. player. 811

With their sixth and final selection of this mock draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars get Lawrence another weapon in the passing game. Ronnie Bell is a quick and smooth route runner who does a fantastic job of creating space against man coverage. He has soft hands and shows impressive toughness as a receiver in the middle of the field.

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Bell is never going to be mistaken for a burner on the outside, but is extremely tough, knows hows to get open and can create a bit after the catch. Getting him in the mix would help round out a group of receivers that is starting to look awfully impressive.