Jacksonville doesn’t have many holes, but Bryan’s addition was mildly surprising, perhaps portending the eventual departure of expensive DTs Malik Jackson and Marcell Dareus. Harrison was a steal — a top-40 phone call was realistic — while Chark’s blazing speed and Richardson’s power could help the offense immediately. Lee likely won’t challenge Blake Bortles anytime soon. Overall, a solid, if top-heavy, class.
Ronnie Harrison was a player many thought might sneak into the first round. It wasn’t as if the secondary needed bolstering, but the Jaguars did so by adding a ferocious and physical player. An ideal box safety, he is an excellent fit in Jacksonville’s Cover-3 defense and a great value.
Taven Bryan was a one-year starter at Florida and is rough around the edges, but there aren’t many humans with his combination of size, suddenness and athleticism. If his instincts and technique develop, Jacksonville’s D-line would become even more terrifying.