AFC South 3 round mock draft.

Sep 26, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies defensive lineman Myles Garrett (15) in action against the Arkansas Razorbacks at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 26, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies defensive lineman Myles Garrett (15) in action against the Arkansas Razorbacks at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports /

We’ve reached the halfway point of the 2016 NFL season, and over the last two years the AFC South has been the undisputed weakest division in the NFL. The Houston Texans sit at the top of the division with a 5-3 record, the Tennessee Titans are in second with a 4-4 record, the Indianapolis Colts are a game back from the Titans at 3-5, and the Jacksonville Jaguars are in the basement at 2-5.

This means three out of the four teams are likely to have high draft picks and the potential to draft game changing players, and eventually turn the AFC South into the power house division of the NFL. I’ve put together a three round mock draft here and based the order on the latest power rankings. So, without further ado, let’s get started.

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Round 1.

Jacksonville Jaguars: pick number 3 overall.

Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU: The Jaguars need help in a lot of places. After recently investing so much on defense they decide to take the best offensive player in this year’s draft. This will give Blake Bortles the help he so desperately needs.

Tennessee Titans: pick number 4 overall. (Via LA)

Myles Garrett, DE/OLB, TAM: Many consider Garrett the best overall player in this year’s draft. He’s been compared to players like J.J. Watt and Von Miller. Because of the run on quarterbacks, Tennessee lands this guy number 4 overall.

Indianapolis Colts: pick number 6 overall.

Jabrill Peppers, S, Michigan: Peppers is a playmaker no matter where he’s lined up on the field. He has the cover skills and speed for the safety position he plays, but he’s big enough to come down and play as a linebacker in the box.

Tennessee Titans: pick number 10 overall.

Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State: Lattimore is good in coverage and he has the size and speed to be a true shut down corner in the NFL. He also fills a huge need for the Tennessee Titans.

Houston Texans: pick number 19 overall.

Desmond King, CB, Iowa: This year’s draft is deep at the cornerback position and because of that the Texans land a good one at number 19 overall. Their secondary is playing pretty decent, but they’re all getting older now. King is a little bit undersized, but he’s great in coverage and if given the opportunity he’ll come down with the ball.

Round 2. 

Jacksonville Jaguars.

Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame

Another pick Blake Bortles loves and their new running back Leonard Fournette should too. McGlinchey normally plays the left tackle spot, but he’s great in run blocking so Jacksonville moves him to the right side.

Indianapolis Colts

Dan Feeney, G, Indiana

Andrew Luck needs more protection, and in round two they find a man who can help with that. Feeney is steady in pass protection and he bullies his way into the second level to open up holes in the run game.

Houston Texans

T.J. Watt, ILB, Wisconsin 

T.J, is the younger brother of Texans DE J.J. Watt. With plenty of pass rushers, the Texans bring in the younger Watt to help stop runs up the middle, which they might need even more if Vince Wilfork doesn’t come back.

Round 3.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Kareem Are, G, FSU

He has loads of talent and has been a starter at FSU since 2014. He missed the first two games this year due to injury, but once he returned Dalvin Cook’s game heated up.

Tennessee Titans (via LA)

Travin Dural, WR, LSU

He’s a big bodied receiver who averages 20.5 yards a catch. He has been dealing with shaky quarterback play and with Marcus Mariota throwing to him, he should be that much better. He also fills another need for this team.

Indianapolis Colts

Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee

Kamara is a playmaker with the ball in his hands. He can line up in the backfield, slot receiver, or as a return man. He has speed and the ability to make people miss. With Frank Gore old and getting older, he fills a need.

Tennessee Titans

Cameron Sutton, CB, Tennessee

Sutton has the tools to be a number one cornerback as well. He plays physical and can get a turnover if he touches the ball. He can also contribute on special teams.

Houston Texans

Julie’n Davenport, OT, Bucknell

Athleticism runs in his family as one of his cousins, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is a starting small forward in the NBA. He has great measurables and some experts say if he played against a higher level of competition he would be a top 20 pick.

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