Jacksonville Jaguars: Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State
The way the Jacksonville Jaguars are being run in the last year-plus is extremely discouraging if you happen to be a fan of the team.
Shad Khan does not seem to be able to identify the right types of people to run a successful franchise in the NFL, and what we saw as a result in the 2021 season was bordering on the absolute worst-case scenario for rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
Nobody wants to see Trevor Lawrence fail. He is one of the top QB prospects to come along in the last decade.
The Jaguars’ decision to hire Urban Meyer was a catastrophic mistake and as of right now, there is no clarity about who their GM or head coach will be for 2022 and beyond.
Hopefully, the Jags can get some good people in their building and someone who will see how good Trey McBride could be for Trevor Lawrence.
Not only is McBride outstanding as a blocking tight end, but he is one of the better after-the-catch tight end prospects I can recall scouting at the college level.
The Jaguars need players offensively who can create offense, and McBride not only can do that, but he also fills one of Jacksonville’s biggest overall needs.