The Jacksonville Jaguars fell to the Tennessee Titans in Week 18, 28-20. They were competing for the AFC South title, but were eliminated from the playoffs entirely with the loss. After a 9-8 season, the Jaguars will have the 17th overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.
Jaguars draft order: 17th pick
The Jaguars lost five of their last six games, dropping from their status as a playoff-eligible team to the 17th pick of the 2024 draft.
Jaguars mock draft: Potential first-round pick
The Jaguars need to beef up their offensive line. Expect them to look for Alabama’s JC Latham, Duke’s Graham Barton, or Georgia’s Amarius Mims to fall to them in the first round. Barton is projected to go to the Jaguars in multiple mock drafts.
Jacksonville is also looking to add an elite receiver to their rotation, and would be hoping for Florida State’s Keon Coleman to remain on the board at pick No. 17. However, it seems more likely that they would hold off until the second round to select a WR, and will instead prioritize pass protection for QB Trevor Lawrence.