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Full list of Jacksonville Jaguars 2020 NFL draft capital, needs, dream pick

The Jacksonville Jaguars enter the 2020 NFL draft with the ninth overall pick and 12 total picks. We break down their needs and a potential dream pick in the first round.

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ 2019 season was a wild one. They finished last in the AFC South for a second straight year after signing Nick Foles to a four-year, $88 million deal. But Foles went down with a broken clavicle early in the year, making Gardner Minshew Jacksonville’s starting quarterback.

The Jaguars are in an interesting spot, as they shipped star cornerback Jalen Ramsey to the Los Angeles Rams in a midseason before sending Foles to the Chicago Bears last week.

2020 Draft Picks

Round 1, pick 9 (No. 9 overall): C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
Round 1, pick 20 (No. 20 overall): K’Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU
Round 2, pick 10 (No. 42 overall): Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado
Round 3, pick 9 (No. 73 overall): Davon Hamilton, DT, Ohio State
Round 4, pick 10 (No. 116 overall): Ben Bartch, OG, St. John’s (MN)
Round 4, pick 31 (No. 137 overall): Josiah Scott, CB, Michigan State
Round 4, pick 34 (No. 140 overall): Shaquille Quarterman, ILB, Miami
Round 5, pick 12 (No. 157 overall): Daniel Thomas, S, Auburn
Round 5, pick 19 (No. 165 overall): Collin Johnson, WR, Texas
Round 6, pick 10 (No. 189 overall): Jake Luton, QB, Oregon State
Round 6, pick 27 (No. 206 overall): Tyler Davis, TE, Georgia Tech
Round 7, pick 9 (No. 223 overall): Chris Claybrooks, CB, Memphis

Team needs

Offense

The Jaguars had a bottom 10 scoring offense last season and could use more firepower to compete with the other teams in the division. On one hand, Minshew needs protection. The ninth pick is a good spot to land a top offensive lineman. On the other hand, Jacksonville could also get its hands on an elite wide receiver prospect.

Defense

Losing Ramsey means there’s a need for another top cornerback. D.J. Hayden holds that spot now, but his expiring contract will make him an unrestricted free agent in 2021. The defensive line could also need reinforcements soon though, as the Yannick Ngakoue — Jacksonville’s franchise player and star pass rusher — could be traded ahead of the draft in April.

Dream first pick

Getting an offensive lineman might be the most practical move, but getting budding star with game-changing potential like Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb would be a dream pick for Jacksonville. Pairing him with D.J. Chark and Dede Westbrook would give the Jaguars a formidable, young receiving corps. They already have a productive back in Leonard Fournette, so this addition would make the offense even more complete.