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Miller: QB Geno Smith, West Virginia
Kiper: OT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan
McShay: OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M
Brinson: DE Ziggy Ansah, Brigham Young
Casserly: DE/OLB Dion Jordan, Oregon
Much like the Chiefs, three of five experts have the Jacksonville Jaguars addressing offense while two take a defensive approach.
Both Kiper and McShay have the Jaguars taking an offensive tackle—for Kiper, it's Central Michigan's Eric Fisher with Joeckel off the board, and for McShay, it's Joeckel, as he has the Chiefs addressing their defense. Miller goes with quarterback Geno Smith, harkening the end of the Blaine Gabbert era.
Again, Brinson and Casserly believe the pick will be defense, and both believe it will be with an eye toward pass rush, with Brinson going with BYU's Ziggy Ansah and Casserly picking Oregon's Dion Jordan.
Offensive tackle may be in play if the Jaguars are standing pat at quarterback this year. Smith seems like a good fit in Jacksonville, but again, it depends on belief in Gabbert. Otherwise, a top-tier pass-rusher makes sense.