3.2 Jacksonville Jaguars Dwayne Gratz, CB, Connecticut (5-10, 201)
The Jaguars have a lot of holes in their lineup but one of the biggest came at defensive back. The Jags lost their top four corner backs from a year ago and needed to address this issue in the draft.
Most of the top-corners went early but they went for Dwayne Gratz, out of UCONN, in the third round. Gratz is best when playing press but lacks consistency when playing off receivers. He has good speed at 4.48 in the forty and should keep pace with most of the receivers in the league.
He started in 41 straight games for the Huskies and should be starting from day one.
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