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The Jaguars are sitting at one of the worst spots in the draft. They're picking seventh in a six player draft.
That leaves them with three options.
The worst (in my eyes at least) would be staying where they are. They could take someone like Melvin Ingram, who's a decent prospect, but they wouldn't be maximizing value.
They could move down, which is a real option, specifically if someone wants to jump Miami for Ryan Tannehill. That way the Jags could add a few picks while still getting a player of similar value to whoever they thought about at No. 7.
But depth isn't really the biggest problem for Jacksonville. They need top end talent. Their goal should be to jump St. Louis for Justin Blackmon.
Minnesota wants to move down, so that's a possibility, but the jump from No. 7 to No. 3 might be too much in terms of value. A realistic possibility would be moving up to No. 5. Tampa Bay wants Morris Claiborne, and they may be willing to risk losing him for a few extra picks.
St. Louis just signed Cortland Finnegan, so they might look to fill other needs at No. 6 if Blackmon is gone. Fletcher Cox and Dontari Poe are both options if Jeff Fisher wants to boost his defensive line, and if they're dead set on a receiver they could reach for Michael Floyd.
Jacksonville needs a true go-to receiver. Laurent Robinson isn't that guy, but he could be a nice complementary piece.
While I am by no means a believer in Princess Gabbert as a franchise quarterback, if the Jaguars are, they need to surround him with talent. An offense with Blackmon, Maurice Jones-Drew, Marcedes Lewis and Robinson suddenly looks pretty good.