July 12, 2024

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JACKSONVILLE – Call this week one for the corner. And another for receiver.

This is the 10th 2024 jaguars.com mock draft tracker – and with this being the first tracker after the start of the 2024 NFL League Year, analysts’ opinions on the Jaguars’ potential draft-day direction were perhaps unsurprising.

The most-commonly projected direction for the Jaguars at No. 17 overall in the 2024 NFL Draft? Cornerback and wide receiver, with many analysts believing those are the team’s most obvious “needs” after last week’s “first wave” of free agency.

Corner was particularly popular for the Jaguars among analysts in this week’s tracker, with multiple players at the position projected to the Jaguars in Round 1.

Among them: Quinyon Mitchell of Toledo, Terrion Arnold of Alabama and Nate Wiggins of Clemson. All were projected to the Jaguars by multiple analysts this week.

Mitchell is long, fast, athletic, and was ridiculously productive in college,” Chris Trapasso of CBS Sports wrote, with Tony Catalina of the Pro Football Network writing, “The Jags should feel excited about adding an excellent cornerback talent to a group that needs it; Wiggins could end up being the best cornerback in this draft class.”


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