Everyone is putting Adrian Hutchinson here, and he should be the top player taken this spring, but I think it’s far from set in stone. Jacksonville has spent a lot of capital in recent years on pass rushers, taking Josh Allen and K’Lavon Chaisson in the opening round of the draft. Jacksonville also drafted a generational talent in Trevor Lawrence last year and they spent his rookie season protecting him with below-average tackles in Cam Robinson and Jawaan Taylor. Robinson is a free agent this spring while Taylor is in the final year of his contract in 2022. Even with Walker Little developing behind them, Jacksonville needs a premier blindside protector for Lawrence. Neal has all the physical tools needed to be a successful tackle at the next level and is a good enough prospect for Jacksonville to take a more serious look at during draft season.