This edition of NFL Draft Target Practice focuses on potential first-round picks on the offensive side of the ball.
Here are four prospects to keep an eye on during draft season:
Position: Wide Receiver
School: Texas A&M
Height/Weight: 5-11, 200 lbs.
Career Stats: 234 catches for 2,856 receiving yards and 26 touchdowns
Thoughts: With Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson set for free agency, the Jaguars could target a wide receiver in the first round. Kirk is a talented player who could impact the Jaguars' success on offense and special teams.
Kirk was a consistent do-it-all receiver at Texas A&M. He also stood out as a kick returner. Even if the Jaguars decide to retain Robinson or Lee, the Jaguars could add Kirk to streamline the passing game.
Position: Tight End
Height/Weight: 6-5, 224 lbs.
Career Stats: 112 catches for 1,765 receiving yards and 22 touchdowns
Thoughts: Andrews could be the long-awaited receiving tight end complement to Marcedes Lewis. A former receiver, Andrews has great hands and gets open with relative ease against linebackers and safeties.
A massive target, Andrews could enhance the Jaguars' red zone offense. The No. 29 pick may be a bit steep for Andrews but the Jaguars could trade back into the early second round to nab the playmaker.
Position: Offensive Tackle
Height/Weight: 6-6, 320 lbs.
Career Stats: Started 28 games at left tackle
Thoughts: The Jaguars have a few needs along the offensive line. While the team picked up options for Josh Wells and Tyler Shatley, the Jaguars could use a new starting left guard and upgraded depth behind the other starters.
Williams was a career left tackle at Texas but could be used as a guard at the next level. He could eventually take over the right tackle spot from Jermey Parnell. He is expected to be selected in the No. 20-40 range.
Position: Wide Receiver
School: Oklahoma State
Height/Weight: 6-1, 205 lbs.
Career Stats: 226 catches for 4,472 receiving yards and 39 touchdowns
Thoughts: It would probably take a miracle for Washington to make it to the No. 29 pick. However, if the Jaguars decide to trade up to enhance the offense, Washington would be the ideal fit.
The Oklahoma State wide receiver was a big-play threat throughout his college career. If Robinson and Lee walk in free agency (high unlikely for both to leave), Washington would be a strong replacement.
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