The toughest decision for Caldwell and Bradley this year is going to be figuring out who they should take with the No. 3 overall pick.
Had this been years past, the obvious solution would have been to draft a quarterback—it's no secret the Jaguars need a franchise signal-caller that they can count on for the next 10 years.
Unfortunately, despite a deep draft class, the quarterback position seems to be the only one with some major question marks surrounding it.
So what do the Jaguars do with the No. 3 pick?
As CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora wrote, the administration in Jacksonville will have to seriously consider a guy like Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel:
You would have to be incredibly naive not to comprehend the allure of Johnny Football here. His presence could transform the persona of the franchise, sell tickets, make them more viable nationally, alter their brand, open unique marketing and sales opportunities and get them prime-time home games. All that stuff matters, as this is a business. And plenty of people believe Manziel is going to help them win plenty of football games as well.
The Manziel narrative is definitely compelling.
"Johnny Football" is a PR magnet and one of the most endearing prospects we've seen come along in years—regardless of position.
But in the end, the pick will be University of South Carolina's defensive virtuoso, Jadeveon Clowney.
He is a world-beater when he's on the gridiron. He flat-out has all the tools needed to come in and alter the landscape of this franchise.
A true physical specimen, he's obscenely fast—he ran a 4.53-second 40-yard dash—and most importantly, he has an uncanny ability to generate big plays.
Looking at the roster today, it's clear that the Jaguars defense is a work in progress.
Despite Coach Bradley's defensive know-how and Caldwell's free-agent additions—Chris Clemons, Red Bryant and Ziggy Hood, to name a few—this roster still needs to be inculcated with young talent.
Clowney more than fits that mold.
Drafting a guy like Manziel or even Teddy Bridgewater at pick No. 3 still is a possibility—remember, the NFL is a quarterback-driven league.
However, it's going to be nearly impossible for the Jaguars to pass on Clowney if he falls into their lap.
*If Clowney winds up going No. 1 overall, Buffalo's Khalil Mack will be a real possibility for the Jags.