First-year general manager Dave Caldwell addressed some of the team's most dire needs early in the draft. He selected tackle Luke Joeckel with the second overall pick to solidify the right side of the offensive line. On the second day, he drafted safety John Cyprien and cornerback Dwayne Gratz to add talent to an extremely thin secondary.
The Jaguars added speed in the fourth and fifth rounds by drafting wide receiver Ace Sanders and quarterback-turned-running back Denard Robinson, respectively.
Caldwell returned to the secondary for the team's final three picks by taking safety Josh Evans, defensive back Jeremy Harris and cornerback Demetrius McCray.
Although optimism is running through the Jaguars fanbase regarding the draft, it's way too early to tell if Caldwell made the correct decisions. It takes several years to see if a draft was successful or not, but we live in an era of instant analysis where every pick is scrutinized and evaluated the moment it happens.
So the question must be asked: How does the media grade the Jaguars draft?