Safety. LSU. Jamaal Adams. 4. player. 52. Jacksonville would benefit from talent at a lot of positions, especially on offense. They have a shaky quarterback, an aging veteran at tight end, and a major lack of speed in the backfield. However, Jamaal Adams would just be too good for the Jaguars to pass on at #4. After losing Johnathan Cyprien in free agency, the Jaguars have a hole at safety. Cyprien was good in Jacksonville, but Adams would be a massive upgrade. Though his 4.56 forty time at the Combine is a bit concerning, Adams still draws comparisons to former NFL stars like Sean Taylor and Darren Woodson. He is a leader, a tone setter, and an all around great football player. Pairing him with Tashaun Gipson, Jalen Ramsey, and A.J. Bouye could give the Jaguars one of the NFL’s best secondaries.