What Can The Jags Expect In Round Four?

We tracked some of the previous 103rd overall picks (where the Jaguars are slated to select) and the results have been surprisingly good. We examine who could be a good fit for the team and how they can contribute.

Can the Jacksonville Jaguars get a legitimate contributor with the 103rd overall pick?

History tells us that they can. We've tracked that pick over the last five years and evaluated some prospects that the Jaguars could be interested in.

Round Four- 103rd Overall

Last five picks:Devonta Freeman, Alex Okafor, Frank Alexander, Sam Acho and Perry Riley

There has actually been a pretty fair amount of success at pick No. 103. There has been a few starters and most of the guys have survived their rookie contracts and are still playing. The Jaguars welcome competition at most positions and their roster depth is such that a fourth round pick will have a legitimate chance to not only make the team but start. It’s not guaranteed that the Jaguars get a starter in the fourth round, but their pick should be a contributor this season.

Some of the players who could fit for the Jaguars in the fourth round are Minnesota running back David Cobb, Michigan State running back Jeremy Langford, Louisville guard John Miller, Notre Dame tight end Ben Koyack, Texas linebacker Jordan Hicks, UCF safety Clayton Geathers or Central Arkansas wide receiver Dezmin Lewis.

The Jaguars could get a player that will compete for a starting job, especially at the running back, linebacker and guard positions in the fourth round. A wide receiver or tight end could see meaningful rotational snaps as well.

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