As we inch closer to the start of round two in New York City, the Jaguars are already being linked to a player that fits the exact style of cornerback that Gus Bradley covets.
Johnthan Banks is not only a possibility to go No. 33 in the 2013 NFL Draft, but he is likely to do so according to Gil Brandt.
Banks' 6'2" 185 lbs frame would be a great fit for Bradley's press coverage secondary that was successful in Seattle.
The Jaguars currently lack a true starter at cornerback, so it is only a matter of time before they have to attack the position.
Blidi Wreh-Wilson and Jamar Taylor are two other cornerbacks that make some sense, but Banks was a projected first-round talent who has now fallen into the second round.
Bradley has openly acknowledged his interest in press corners, and this is starting to seem like a match made in heaven.
The third round will entice the Jaguars to go after a linebacker or a quarterback.
The run on signal-callers has to begin somewhere, and it looks to start early in the second round with Geno Smith, Matt Barkley and Ryan Nassib all available.
As the quality of quarterbacks starts to thin down on the second day, Mike Glennon looks to be a possibility for the Jaguars at No. 66.
Gil Brandt @Gil_Brandt
I'm hearing @Jaguars leaning toward taking Johnthan Banks w/ 1st pick in 2nd round, not a QB. #NFLDraft2013-4-26 15:52:42
Glennon's comparisons to Matt Ryan is the sole reason he may become a Jacksonville Jaguar.
David Caldwell is familiar with the type of offense that can be successful under a tall, pocket-passing QB with a rocket for an arm.
Glennon has highly mixed reviews, mostly from the combine and his pro day, but his tape showcases a very good thrower who has both accuracy and power.
If the Jaguars decide to attack the linebacker spot, Kiko Alonso would make some sense since he would likely fit well with Paul Posluszny, Russell Allen and Geno Hayes.
Should be an exciting night for the Jaguars community as Jacksonville is off to a very solid start.