Starters: Khalil Mack/Chris Clemons (Leo), Sen'Derrick Marks, Roy Miller, Red Bryant (Elephant)
The defensive line is where things could get particularly interesting. To be clear, in the opinion of this writer, Jake Matthews is the team's best pick at No. 3.
However, if either one of Jadeveon Clowney or Khalil Mack make it past the first two picks, Bradley won't be able to resist. It's difficult to find a mock draft that doesn't have the Jags taking Mack.
NFL.com Media analyst Charles Davis sends the ex-Buffalo rush linebacker to Jacksonville, as does fellow NFL.com pundit Brian Baldinger. They are joined in their thinking by Sports Illustrated scribe Chris Burke, who sees Mack as the ideal fit for the critical "Leo" role along Bradley's hybrid front.
That makes sense, although the Jags have already covered themselves in that position by signing Chris Clemons and keeping Jason Babin. Yet both are closer to the end of their careers than the start.
If Caldwell's is the strongest voice in the draft room, Matthews should be landing in Jacksonville and Clemons starts at end. But if Bradley's enthusiasm leads the way, expect Mack's name to be called, heralding the formation of a fearsome three-man rotation at "Leo."
That wouldn't be the worst thing, even after bringing in Clemons. The Jaguars simply can't have enough quality pass-rushers, especially in a division featuring Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck.
The rest of the defensive front is more than solid. Sen'Derrick Marks is a useful 3-technique pass-rusher, while Roy Miller is a smart and study nose tackle.
New arrival Red Bryant could be the key though. His ability to absorb blockers and collapse one edge will be vital to the run defense in base situations.
Depth: Jason Babin, Andre Branch, Ziggy Hood, Tyson Alualu, draft pick
Babin will offer quality depth as a seasoned and dangerous situational pass-rusher. Andre Branch can do the same. The youngster doesn't deserve to miss out on a starting berth, but probably will, given the new recruits at his position.
At tackle, Ziggy Hood will prove a very useful signing. He can support Marks as another capable interior pass-rusher.
Tyson Alualu will be used to help give Bryant a breather at the 5-technique spot, according to Florida Times-Union reporter Hays Carlyon.
The only area of concern is depth behind Miller at nose tackle. It's a safe bet that a draft pick is added to solve the problem.
In a separate report, Carlyon suggests Notre Dame's Louis Nix III could interest the team. But with more pressing immediate needs, bank on the Jags waiting before adding another big man in the middle.