Here is a 7 round Jacksonville Jaguars mock draft for 2022.
Using our mock draft simulator, here is one look at who the Jacksonville Jaguars might look at selecting in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Even though this does not include trades it does give an indication as to who may be available when the Jaguars pick.
So here it is – your Jacksonville Jaguars Mock Draft.
Round 1: Pick 1 – AIDAN HUTCHINSON – EDGE – MICHIGAN
After earning the first overall pick for the second consecutive year the Jaguars are going to have to make it count. Aidan Hutchinson is a dynamic edge rusher who doesn’t stop running and will give everything for his team.
Round 2: Pick 33 – LEWIS CINE – S – GEORGIA
It would be a minor surprise at this point if Lewis Cine makes it out of round one. If he does the Jaguars would be wise to add his range and coverage abilities to their secondary.
Round 3: Pick 65 – DARIAN KINNARD – OL – KENTUCKY
Kinnard has experience at both tackle and guard, so he’d give the Jaguars a fair bit of flexibility. When it comes to putting their best five players in front of Trevor Lawrence to protect him, that versatility could be key.
Round 3: Pick 70 – ALEC PIERCE – WR – CINCINNATI
Adding another receiving threat for Lawrence to throw to will definitely be high on the Jaguars agenda. Pierce is a tall receiver who catches everything and will pose plenty of matchup nightmares for opposing defenses.
Round 4: Pick 106 – JEREMY RUCKERT – TE – OHIO STATE
Jeremy Ruckert is a surprisingly efficient and productive tight end, especially in the red zone. He’s a willing blocker and a quality pass catcher who will give the Jaguars options on offense.
Round 5: pick 157 – CAMERON JURGENS – IOL – NEBRASKA
Another addition to the offensive line from the Jaguars here in the form of Cameron Jurgens. The Nebraska Cornhusker is a smooth athlete who’s never going to be the biggest but does offer something in this system.
Round 6: pick 180 – DAVID ANENIH – EDGE – HOUSTON
As defensive playmakers go, they don’t come much more exciting than David Anenih. He’s got plenty of developing to do against better competition but has shown he can play the run and the pass so will definitely appeal to the Jaguars here.
Round 6: pick 188 – D’MARCO JACKSON – LB – APPALACHIAN STATE
Jackson specialises in stopping the run though he’s also shown he can rush the passer off the edge as well. Expect him to make a contribution on Special Teams early in his career.
Round 6: Pick 197 – PIERRE STRONG – RB – SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
After drafting Travis Etienne last year the Jaguars add a stablemate for him in Pierre Strong. He’s a strong, powerful runner with good vision who will make a good change of pace back.
Round 6: Pick 198 – JERMAINE WALLER – CB – VIRGINIA TECH
Waller is a tall corner who has the physical attributes to be able to match up to leading receivers. His coverage is inconsistent at times but is an interesting developmental prospect at this point.
Round 6: Pick 222 – JEREMIAH MOON – EDGE – FLORIDA
A third edge rusher for the Jaguars, but one who was clearly the best available player here. Moon will be able to make an impact on Special Teams.
Round 7: Pick 235 – BRAYLON SANDERS – WR – OLE MISS
Sanders is a decent route runner and has a knack for getting open. Needs to develop into a better all-round receiver and learn to use his physicality more.
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