Jacksonville Jaguars

On the clock: Baltimore Ravens, Pick: 7.32

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1.022Dion Jordan, DE
from Oregon
2.0133Tavon Austin, WR
from West Virginia
SPEED. Jaguars can use youth and speed on both sides of the ball. Austin gives them a very solid receiving corps.
3.2082Gavin Escobar, TE
from San Diego State
Escobar is a huge, athletic TE who can help the Jaguars rebuild the passing game. I feel like Escobar is a steal this late; I think he should've gone mid-2nd.
4.0195Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB
from Connecticut
A tall cornerback with man coverage skills that's ghouls be perfect for Gus Bradley's new defense
4.19113Zac Dysert, QB
from Miami (Ohio)
A developmental quarterback to challenge Blaine Gabbert with the tools to develop into a starter. Dysert was higher on my board than Matt Barkley, the player selected with the pick I traded away from earlier.
5.02128Montori Hughes, DT
from Tennessee-Martin
Hughes is a versatile interior lineman that has the athleticism to play every position on Gus Bradley's defensive line except the LEO spot. The Field Gulls write up on Hughes was the final selling point, so thanks guys!
6.12170DeVonte Holloman, OLB
from South Carolina
A big, fast, versatile linebacker prospect that fits well at OLB in Gus Bradley's new defense.
7.02192Cooper Taylor, S
from Richmond
7.23213Mike James, RB
from Miami (Fla.)
A big, fast RB who is perfect for the Zone Blocking System. New OC Jedd Fisch is obviously familiar with James from his previous stint at Miami's OC.

Trade Details
3.20#MockOne: from Texans for pick(s): 3.02 from Dolphins for pick(s): 3.27,1.27
4.19#MockOne: from Browns for pick(s): 4.27,6.27 from Giants for pick(s): 1.06,6.07
6.12#MockOne: from Vikings for pick(s): 6.01 from Steelers for pick(s): 4.23 from 49ers for pick(s): 2.24
7.23#MockOne: from Vikings for pick(s): 6.01