Round 4: Dylan Parham
Parham isn’t big enough to be a road-grader at guard, but he makes up for being a little light with above-average quickness on the interior. He’s just the sort of guy who can help keep Lawrence upright more often next season.
The former Memphis standout also does a nice job opening up rushing holes in the middle by outflanking defensive linemen. He might not be an immediate starter, but it’s not out of the question he could take over as a key member of Jacksonville’s starting group by midseason.
Round 5: Dontario Drummond
Drummond is a bit of an acquired taste at the wide receiver position due to his lack of polish as a route-runner. What the former Ole Miss star does have is serious juice to produce yards after the catch.
The Jaguars can afford to be patient with a developmental project like Drummond if they draft another wide receiver earlier than Round 5. Drummond can make an impact as a rookie as a special teams guy and perhaps even as a gadget player. He’s an interesting roll of the dice at this spot in the draft.