Jaguars Draft ’21: Should they add a big play wide receiver in the draft at 25?

Alabama defensive back Malachi Moore (13) hits Florida wide receiver Kadarius Toney (1) during the first half of the Southeastern Conference championship NCAA college football game, Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) (Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – We continue our weeklong look at the positions and players the Jaguars might consider with the 25th pick of the draft.

We’ve looked at the possibility of the team taking a pass rusher.

We’ve looked at the possibility of the team taking a tight end.

We’ve looked at the possibility of the team taking a safety.

Next up, wide receiver.

A wide receiver is one of the stronger positions on the Jaguars roster. If the season started today, the Jaguars top three receivers would be DJ Chark, Marvin Jones, Jr. and Laviska Shenault. That’s a solid trio of pass-catchers.

But there is no such thing as too many weapons on offense. Urban Meyer said earlier this offseason that the Jaguars needed to add a speedy big-play threat. It just so happens there are a few of those in this year’s draft.

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