Round 2, Pick No. 39: Marqise Lee, WR, USC
USC's Marqise Lee is polished. There's no getting around that.
He can move in and out of breaks, stretch the field and win at the point of attack.
Blake Bortles is going to need some targets he can grow with. Lee would definitely be one of those guys.
Round 3, Pick No. 70: Trai Turner, OG, LSU
LSU's Trai Turner in Round 3 is a perfect fit for the Jaguars.
At 6'3", 310 pounds, he's a machine in run-blocking situations.
This roster needs someone who can dominate in the trenches. Once Turner learns how to become a complete football player, he has a real shot to be the most productive guard in the entire 2014 class.
Round 4, Pick No 105: E.J. Gaines, CB, Missouri
E.J. Gaines is a productive cornerback who always finds a way to show up on film.
At 5'10", he has a knack for breaking up passes and sticking with wide receivers down the field. As a fourth-round pick, Gaines would be a great fit for Coach Bradley and Co.
Round 4, Pick No. 114: Christian Kirksey, OLB, Iowa
At 6'2", 233 pounds, Iowa linebacker Christian Kirskey may be considered "undersized." But when you turn on the tape, this young man plays with a chip on his shoulder.
He's got a great feel for where he is on the field at all times and can absolutely fly to the football.
The Jaguars need help at linebacker and adding a productive player like Kirksey is a good way to address that need.
Round 5, Pick No. 144: Josh Huff, WR, Oregon
Another Pac-12 guy lands in Jacksonville in Round 5.
Josh Huff is a burner. He's an outstanding athlete who can overwhelm cornerbacks at times with his strength.
You can't say it enough: Adding more weapons for Bortles is key. Huff brings depth and balance to the Jaguars' wide receiver corps.
Round 5, Pick No. 150: Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
Oklahoma's Aaron Colvin is an awesome football player.
Had he not suffered an ACL injury during Senior Bowl practices, Colvin could have been a first-round pick.
He may have to sit out a season—like the San Francisco 49ers did with running back Marcus Lattimore last year—but the reward is worth it.
Colvin has everything you'd want in a top-flight NFL cornerback.
Round 5, Pick No. 159: Aaron Lynch, DE, USF
Putting value on pass-rushers is a philosophy any defensive coach can appreciate.
The Jaguars could use a boost off the edge, and that makes USF's Aaron Lynch a good fit in Round 5.
At 6'5", he has the ideal length you'd want in an edge-rusher. That type of size makes it easier for Lynch to push the pocket, disengage quickly and find his way to the quarterback.
Right now he's still an incredibly raw talent, which makes him more of a development pick at this stage in his career.
Round 6, Pick No. 179: Marion Grice, RB, Arizona State
Of all the running backs in this year's class, Arizona State's Marion Grice may be the most explosive.
Grice reminds you at times on film of C.J. Spiller or LeSean McCoy. He's a shifty runner who can catch passes and turn a small gain into something special.
Bortles would love to have a player who can catch passes out of the backfield and work with him out of the shotgun on third downs.
Round 6, Pick 205: Bryan Stork, C, Florida State
Missing out on USC's Marcus Martin makes Bryan Stork a good value pick in the sixth round.
Stork has a ton of experience and will be able to find a place on this roster from the jump. He may have physical limitations, but he understands the game and displays proper technique on film.
Round 7, Pick 222: Xavier Grimble, TE, USC
There's still a need for a quality tight end in Jacksonville, and USC's Xavier Grimble might turn out to be that guy.
He has good speed, and being 6'4"allows him to line up all over the field.
Grimble was a victim of former USC head coach Lane Kiffin's scheme, which didn't put a ton of emphasis on the tight end position.
As a seventh-round selection, there's no real disadvantage to taking a flyer on the USC big man.
All 2014 draft projections provided by NFLDraftScout.com (viaCBSSports.com), unless noted otherwise. All CFB stats courtesy of Sports-Reference.com unless noted otherwise. Combine results courtesy of NFL.com.