29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Caleb Wilson, TE UCLA
I considered a wideout here as well but I decided to go with Caleb Wilson, a tight end out of UCLA. Wilson would give Blake Bortles a reliable target over the middle of the field, providing him with a safety blanket most quarterbacks would love. Wilson would add another dynamic to the Jags run-first offense and would only make Blake Bortles better.
30. Green Bay Packers (From New Orleans Saints) Deionte Thompson, S Alabama
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is locked in at one safety spot but longtime starter Morgan Burnett is now a Steeler. The Packers like what they have in Kentrell Brice or they wouldn’t have traded Damarious Randall to the Cleveland Browns. Deionte Thompson could be better than all of them however and is definitely worthy of a first-round selection. The Packers may like what they have but the upside of Thompson is too high to pass up this late in the draft.