This edition of NFL Draft Target Practice focuses on wide receiver prospects who could be selected on Day 1 or Day 2. With wide receiver Allen Robinson's status still up in the air, the Jaguars may be looking to fill his potential void through the draft.

Previous Editions of NFL Draft Target Practice: Take 1 / Take 2 / Take 3 / Take 4

Here are four wide receiver prospects to keep an eye on during draft season:

Courtland Sutton

Position: Wide Receiver

School: SMU

Height/Weight: 6-3, 218 lbs.

Career Stats: 195 catches for 3,220 yards and 31 touchdowns

NFL Combine: 4.52 sec. 40-yard dash, 6.57 sec. 3-Cone, 35.5-inch vertical jump

Thoughts: Sutton is a big-bodied wide receiver with a physical nature. If you're a fan of fade routes, Sutton is your guy. He is physical in the air and he uses his size well.

A dominant weapon at SMU, Sutton should be able to star in an NFL offense as a rookie. He is a dynamic play-making presence similar to Robinson and the Jaguars may need to trade up in the first round to nab his services.

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Deon Cain

Position: Wide Receiver

School: Clemson

Height/Weight: 6-2. 202 lbs.

Career Stats: 130 catches for 2,040 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns

NFL Combine: 4.43 sec. 40-yard dash, 6.71 sec. 3-Cone, 33.5-inch vertical jump

Thoughts: Cain is a stud to keep an eye on in the second round. Much like Sutton, Cain uses his size well and grabs the ball out of the air consistently. The latest notable wide receiver prospect to come out of Clemson, Cain's hands are ridiculously dependable.

If the Jaguars are looking to replace their current veteran receivers with big, strong pass-catchers, Cain fits the bill in this class. He creates separation with his physicality and he should have no issues with press coverage at the NFL level.

Dante Pettis

Position: Wide Receiver

School: Washington

Height/Weight: 6-1, 192 lbs.

Career Stats: 163 catches for 2,256 receiving yards and 24 touchdowns

NFL Combine: N/A, didn't participate due to an ankle injury

Thoughts: If you're looking for a dynamic playmaker on Day 2, Pettis is a solid option.

He was unable to take part in last week's NFL Combine due to an ankle injury. However, he should be in fine shape for his pro day.

Pettis is a technician, who can get open with his route-running savvy. His situational awareness and vision stand out on tape and he is among the best punt returners in the draft class. If the Jaguars decide to keep Robinson or move on from Marqise Lee, Pettis would be an intriguing possession option next to Dede Westbrook and Keelan Cole.

J'Mon Moore

Position: Wide Receiver

School: Missouri

Height/Weight: 6-3, 204 lbs.

Career Stats: 158 catches for 2,477 receiving yards and 21 touchdowns

NFL Combine: 4.60 sec. 40-yard dash, 21 reps on the bench, 38-inch vertical jump, 6.56 sec. 3-Cone

Thoughts: Moore is the upside pick on Day 2. He put up strong numbers over the last two years at Missouri and should draw the attention of scouts due to his NFL Combine performance. Moore had a formal meeting with the Jaguars in Indianapolis, according to a league source.

While the 4.6 speed won't make you blush, Moore plays significantly faster on film. He is raw as a route runner but could serve as an appealing blank canvas for wide receivers coach Keenan McCardell. Moore could be a rotational weapon as a rookie and eventually develop into a standout starter in the near future.

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