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Although the Jaguars drafted Blaine Gabbert with the No. 10 pick in the 2011 NFL draft, the team could already be looking for his replacement, because he has yet to live up to expectations.
GM Caldwell has said (via AP's Mark Long) he will look to add a quarterback this offseason. There aren't any good options in free agency, so the team will likely wait until the draft to add one.
The Jaguars have shown interest in (per Tony Paulina of USA Today) Arizona's Matt Scott, and they could take him in the third round.
Scott has had a series of excellent showings at offseason workouts to improve his draft stock.
It began with an impressive performance at the combine. He proved his passing ability by making accurate throws on short and intermediate passes.
Scott also has the ability to make plays with his legs, and he got to show off his speed at the combine. He had the fastest time among quarterbacks in the three-cone drill (6.69) and 20-yard shuttle (3.99).
He continued to rise up draft boards by wowing scouts at Arizona's pro day. The Jaguars were well represented at the event and sent scouts and coaches (per Tony Paulina of USA Today) to watch the prospect.
Scott already has ties with the franchise, as quarterback coach Frank Scelfo coached him for two years at Arizona and helped him prepare for the East-West Shrine Game.
Jacksonville seems to have a strong interest in Scott, and they are bringing him in for a predraft meeting (via John Kryk of the Toronto Sun).
All signs are pointing to Scott being the Jaguars' guy. They will have to take him in the third round because of the growing hype around him. He is still rough around the edges, but he has plenty of upside to develop into a playmaker at quarterback.