2020 NFL Draft: 6 players the Jacksonville Jaguars might draft

Jacksonville Jaguars president Mark Lamping talks 2020 NFL Draft, coronavirus affects and Lot J development

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — YOUR OFFICIAL JAGUARS STATIONS: Get caught up on the potential picks the Jaguars could make on the Action Sports Jax Jaguars Draft Show on Thursday at 7 p.m. on CBS47 and FOX30

The 2019 NFL Draft is almost here and the Jacksonville Jaguars will be on the clock Thursday night with the ninth and 20th picks in the first round.

The Action Sports Jax team on CBS47 and FOX30, your Official Jaguars Stations, are here to help you get ready by giving you a preview of who the Jags could select in the first round.

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Javon Kinlaw -- Defensive Tackle, South Carolina

No interior defensive lineman had a bigger wingspan or longer arms than Kinlaw.

He is moving up the draft boards like he moved the offensive lines, with a physical ferocity. In fact, some scouts prefer him over Derrick Brown of Auburn. If that Jaguars want him at nine, he can probably be the choice.

Andrew Thomas -- Offensive Tackle, Georgia

Andrew Thomas is NFL ready, but he is competing with Tristan Wirfs, Mekhi Becton and Jedrick Wills for being the first offensive tackle off the board.

He only allowed 9 QB pressures and he is rated as the best offensive tackle in the draft, according to Pro Football Focus last season.

C.J. Henderson -- Cornerback, Florida

Next to Jeff Okudah, Henderson is the highest-rated cornerback on the board by almost all the scouts, GMs and coaches.

Despite an ankle injury this past season, he turned in an impressive combine performance and the Jaguars are almost certain to take a cornerback with pick 9, 20 or 42.

Derrick Brown -- Defensive Tackle, Auburn

There are so only so many talented big men who play football and Brown fits the bill. He is 6′5″ 326 lbs and has the athletic skills of a dancing bear on the field.

This should excite the Jaguars: Brown’s snap quickness allows him to muddy the running lanes by resetting the line of scrimmage.

Jeff Okudah -- Cornerback, Ohio State

Okudah is the 2020 version of Jalen Ramsey on the field.

At 6′1″ 2-5 lbs, Okudah has the size scouts love, but even better he’s running a 40 in 4.48 seconds.

Terms like well refined, deliberate tacklers who comes downhill and other-wordly foot quickness are used when describing him. Although he will probably be gone before the Jaguars pick, he should be on their mind.

Jerry Jeudy -- Wide Reciever, Alabama

To say Jeudy is explosive is an understatement.

24 touchdowns in the last two years at Alabama and that is with 3 other big-time wide receivers for their touches.

He has had 145 receptions over the last two seasons combined and averaged more than 19 yards a catch with Alabama.