Ideally, the Jacksonville Jaguars would trade out of the No. 2 pick and gain more draft picks in the process. To do that, however, would require another team to be willing to trade up, and without an Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III-like prospect in this draft, it seems like the Jaguars will be stuck in this position.
The best choice for the Jaguars would be to draft defensive end Damontre Moore out of Texas A&M. The Jaguars have struggled to get a consistent pass rush for years, and Moore would provide just that.
Moore has had a productive career at Texas A&M, and has improved each year. He was moved to defensive end before the 2012 season and he thrived at the position.
Moore finished his final year in college tied for ninth in the country with 12.5 sacks. He was often making plays behind the line of scrimmage and recorded 21 tackles for loss in 2012. Moore's 80 tackles led the Texas A&M Aggies.
He has been recognized as one of college football's best players. He was named to the All-SEC First Team and the AP All-American Second Team in 2012.
Moore has good size at 6'4" and 250 pounds. He flashes a quick first step off the snap and uses his hands well to get around blockers. He has also shown a good ability to locate the ball and is fast enough to run down the ball-carrier.
Moore would be the answer the Jaguars defensive line woes for years to come.