The Jacksonville Jaguars allowed the second most passing yards per game and while it may not be reflected in that average, the secondary showed some promise. The safety duo of Rayshawn Jenkins and Andre Cisco improved as the season went along, and so did cornerbacks Tyson Campbell and Darious Williams.
However, in a passing league defenses can’t have enough players in their secondary and a player like Cam Smith could be the perfect option for the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first round.
The reason that Smith makes sense for Jacksonville is he is versatile in that he could push for one of the outside cornerback jobs but if he weren’t to win that spot he could step in and improve the nickel position. According to Michael Renner with Pro Football Focus, Smith played roughly 35% of his snaps at nickel last season with the Gamecocks.
Regardless of where he plays, Cam Smith has the potential to be a starter right away and could help improve this secondary.