Donte Moncrief out of Ole Miss is another talented prospect who's part of this glowing wide receiver class of 2014.
Comparing him to Cleveland Browns enigma Josh Gordon, Bleacher Report's Matt Miller said in his pro comparison video that Moncrief has "Day 1 starting ability."
He may not receive all of the accolades that guys like Sammy Watkins, Mike Evans or even Brandin Cooks have gotten, but as NFL Films producer and draft expert Greg Cosell told ESPN's Colin Cowherd, "I really like this guy on film."
Currently projected to fall between the third and fourth round, Moncrief would be more than just a luxury pick at this point.
With the uncertainty surrounding Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon, Caldwell needs to add another quality target to help keep this offense on the straight and narrow.
Talking to NFL.com's Marc Sessler about Blackmon's future in Jacksonville, Caldwell said, "I think if he comes back, it's a luxury for us. If he doesn't, we have to have a contingency plan. I think we're going to go business as usual. If he comes back, that's a bonus."
On tape, the Ole Miss product has looked good enough at times to be considered a first-round selection, as Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com (h/t CBSSports.com) mentioned when talking about his draft stock:
Perhaps the only thing standing in Moncrief's way of becoming the first "skill-position" player from Mississippi to earn a first round draft selection since Eli Manning (No. 1 overall, 2004) is the question about his straight-line speed. Moncrief was not caught from behind on tapes viewed but the big-bodied receiver may not possess elite timed speed.
After running a 4.4-second 40-yard dash at the combine, you may not hear those concerns anymore.
Regardless of whether his current projection holds up or he's thrust into the second round, the Jaguars would be wise to keep their sights set on this dynamic wide receiver out of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.