The Jaguars quarterback position is up for grabs going into the 2013 offseason. Blaine Gabbert has yet to live up to being the 10th overall pick in the 2011 draft and has mostly struggled in his first two years in the league. Chad Henne was too inconsistent during his time as Jacksonville's starter in 2012 to become the team's reliable starter.
GM Caldwell has said he is "comfortable" with the quarterbacks on the roster, but didn't rule out drafting one early.
With Geno Smith and Matt Barkley not participating in the Senior Bowl, the six quarterbacks at the game have a chance to make a name for themselves. While they're not currently at Smith or Barkley's level, these quarterbacks are still highly regarded and could be on the Jaguars radar.
Tyler Wilson (Arkansas) - Wilson is regarded by many as the best quarterback at the Senior Bowl, and he is competing with Barkley to be the second quarterback drafted behind Smith. He has the build teams look for as he stands at 6'2". Wilson has good arm strength and poise in the pocket, but he doesn't always step into passes, which hurts his accuracy. Wilson could be a potential top-10 pick, and Jacksonville could take him if they trade down.
Mike Glennon (North Carolina State) - More than any other quarterback at the Senior Bowl, Glennon looks the part of an NFL quarterback as he stands at 6'7" and 220 pounds. He finished his senior season with a completion percentage of 58.5 percent, 31 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. Glennon has the ideal size and arm strength for an NFL quarterback, but he needs to improve his technique. He is a mid-first-round pick, so he could be a possibility if the Jaguars trade down from the No. 2 selection.
Ryan Nassib (Syracuse) - The Jaguars will most likely wait until at least the second round to draft a QB, and Nassib fits in that range. Nassib finished his senior year at Syracuse with a 62.4 percent completion percentage, 26 touchdowns and six interception. He has good arm strength and accuracy on short-to-intermediate passes. Nassib makes his decisions quickly and is a smart player, but sometimes makes poor reads when under pressure. Nassib is a possibility for Jacksonville in the second-round.
Zac Dysert (Miami OH) - Dysert is another quarterback the Jaguars could look to take in the second-round. During his time in college, Dysert overtook Ben Roethlisberger as the school's passing leader (12,016) even though he had three different head coaches. He finished his senior year with a 62.9 completion percentage, 25 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He looks the part of an NFL quarterback with an over-the-top release and good accuracy. He has good touch on deep passes, but he might not have arm strength to fit balls in tight windows.
Landry Jones (Oklahoma) - Jones could still be available for the Jaguars at the top of the third-round. He has good accuracy and a strong arm with an over-the-top delivery. Landry keeps feet active in the pocket and has shown ability to step up in the pocket and avoid pressure. He has shown he can get rattled and becomes less consistent under constant pressure. He's worth the Jaguars taking a look at in the third-round.
EJ Manual (Florida State) - If the Jaguars wait until later in the draft, EJ Manual could be a possibility. Manual has good arm strength and has shown he can make plays with his legs. He has the physical talent to play quarterback at the next level, but he has to prove he has the mental ability, too. He often made poor decisions throwing into coverage and had a hard time seeing the whole field. He also held the ball too long in the pocket on a regular basis. Manual's raw talent, though, will be enough for an NFL team to draft him and try to develop him.