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Jonah Williams?

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https://jaguarswire.usatoday.com/2019/04...VgoLwPZGYQ

He is one of several guys I would be in favor of drafting.

He could play at least 4 positions on the OL, and his versatility would give us an upgrade at RT and RG definitely, and perhaps LT.
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(This post was last modified: 04-15-2019, 02:30 PM by Upper.)

He's very small and did quite poor in the shuttle. Maybe he'd be an ok guard? Not risking that at 7.

I like several of his predictions too the whole thread is worth reading. I didn't realize just how awful of an athletic profile Irv Jr had. Do not want anymore. Extra want Knox. Plz don't derail the thread w/ that tiny snippet tho.



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I like Jonah but the Clemson game does give you some concern. The good thing if he didnt turn out to be a realy good tackle he could probaly take over for Cann and be a very good guard. Pff likes him and has them as his number 1 tackle

https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/dr...-nfl-draft
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(This post was last modified: 04-16-2019, 08:17 AM by ATLjag.)

For most that followed the 2017 draft, Cam Robinson was presumed to be a top 15 pick. He slid into the top of the 2nd round, pick 34 overall. The draft pundits got enamored with his traits to be a good OT, but seemed to ignore his known balance and pass protection deficiencies.

Jonah Williams early in the draft over-analysis process was constantly mentioned as a top 10 pick. Now, most view him in the middle of the first round. Although he has a smaller frame by NFL OT standards, he is a good technician and versatile. Some teams will view him as a sound OG. A needy team looking for an OT will take him in the first. I don't see the performance issues on the field that led Robinson to fall.
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