(Pick via Los Angeles Rams): The Jacksonville Jaguars offense should start to come together for them after adding Trevor Lawrence, which they did with the No. 1 overall pick in this mock. They had a breakout running back last season in James Robinson and D.J. Chark was still solid even if he wasn’t as productive as he was in 2019.
Having said that, there is a position that needs an upgrade, which is at tight end. That’s where they look here as they add Brevin Jordan from Miami with their selection obtained from the Rams in this year’s draft.
Jordan had 576 yards and seven touchdowns this season as he broke out for the Hurricanes. He’s super athletic and can make teams pay with his ability to create yards after the catch, which is something that will really help his young quarterback as well.
There are plenty of people who scoff at the notion of the Cleveland Browns using their first pick in this draft on a linebacker, and it makes sense as to why. General manager Andrew Berry seems as though he doesn’t place too much value on the position, and they have some other major needs including cornerback and defensive end.
Having said that, this ends up being the perfect storm for Cleveland as they miss out on the best fits for them at corner and the top player on the board happens to be a linebacker in Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah. The Notre Dame product is undersized and could remind fans of Jabrill Peppers, who moved to safety, which isn’t a bad thing.
Owusu-Koramoah would be great in Joe Woods’ defense since he’s solid in coverage and his ability to blitz could lead to the coordinator taking more chances in 2021 as well.