Aside from pursuing a franchise quarterback, adding another dominant wide receiver to the mix is one of the biggest needs this team has right now.
It's been brought up a million times before, but Justin Blackmon's undetermined future with the team has left a glaring hole at the position.
The obvious candidate to assume the role of being the team's No. 1 wide receiver would of course be Clemson's Sammy Watkins.
Though he may not have the size that Texas A&M's Mike Evans does, Watkins is the definition of a playmaker. On film, he can attack a defense downfield, shred defenders with his speed and create pockets of separation.
CBSSports.com's Dane Brugler detailed what he believes makes the Clemson wide receiver such a force of nature on the gridiron:
Good patience before bursting to top speed and sets up his routes well - veteran at playing the ball and the defender. Dangerous catch-and-go pass catcher and will create yardage on his own, forcing poor angles by defenders. Tough and will lower his pads to initiate contact. Active blocker and gets the job done in this area.
Projected to go in the top 10, the Jaguars would more than likely have to snag Watkins with the No. 3 pick if they believe he can help their offense grow by leaps and bounds.
Moving outside of the first round, this year's draft class has an inordinate number of quality options that could serve as integral components to offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch's attack.
In an email exchange I had with Bleacher Report's National College Football Lead Writer Michael Felder, Ole Miss standout Donte Moncrief was brought up:
"I really like Moncrief, he's got good hands and a nice long speed that helps him get on top of defenses. As he improves in route-running he'll continue to be a problem for opponents because he can scoot when the ball is in his hands. He can take the top off a defense, isn't afraid of traffic and has shown the ability to high point the ball."
Currently ranked behind some of the other "top-tier" prospects, Moncrief is projected to fall between the second and third round.
If the Jaguars decide to go after a defensive player in Round 1, there are a plethora of wide receivers out there to choose from who can blow the top off a defense.