I'm on the record as not being a huge fan of Quinton Coples (or really any of the defensive ends this year), but nobody needs more pass rush help than the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Signing Jeremy Mincey back helps out some, but the team doesn't have a dominant threat to reach the quarterback. Not to mention the big misses on guys like Derek Harvey and Aaron Kampman.
Coples is a physical freak. At 6'6", 284 pounds, Coples is versatile enough play both end and tackle in a 4-3 and end in a 3-4 set. He's long and strong and has the ability to reach the quarterback, but doesn't always show it. Coples has issues getting off the ball and is very slow in his first step. There's also been some questions about his drive to play.
Still, the Jags should take a swing at a guy with the versatility of Coples. At worst, the team could move him inside to tackle, where he played at UNC in 2010.
If Jacksonville decides to go a different route, they should take a good look at the receiver market. If Justin Blackmon is on the board, he's a no-brainer for the Jags, but don't discount Notre Dame's Michael Floyd at this spot. Floyd had a good combine, and a nice showing at his pro day could do wonders for his draft stock.