Round 4, 106th Overall: Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State
The Jacksonville Jaguars definitely have some talent in the tight end room. Both Evan Engram and Dan Arnold are looking for that second (and third) chance to be the guy. Instead of betting on that, let’s get a younger pass-catcher at the position in Charlie Kolar. He won’t play much inline, but Kolar has a great pair of mitts, can be dominant at the catch point, and is a fluid mover for his size.
Round 5, 157th Overall: Jeffrey Gunter, EDGE, Coastal Carolina
Why stop at addressing edge rusher with Hutchinson? The Jaguars could get a lot of guys in the rotation and build depth at the position. Jeffrey Gunter is an intriguing player on day three, having good production in his final three seasons with Coastal Carolina. He doesn’t offer a ton against the run, but can rotate in as a pass rusher with his quicks, moves at contact, and high motor.
Round 6, 180th Overall: Jean Delance, OT, Florida
Yes, we’re going back to the Florida well at tackle for this selection. The tackle room looks okay now, but who sticks around long-term outside of Little? Jean Delance is an impressive space blocker with good athleticism, and his pass sets (while choppy) are efficient. He tends to waist bend and miss punches, but technique cleanup is possible.
Round 6, 188th Overall: Curtis Brooks, DL, Cincinnati
Beef up the interior with Derrick Henry in the division. Davon Hamilton is a good nose tackle, and there are others in the room to be space-eaters. Get a pass rusher who can get after quarterbacks. Cincinnati’s Curtis Brooks fits the bill.