The Jacksonville Jaguars have the 16th overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft in April. They finished the season winning two of their final six games and missing the playoffs with a very mediocre 8-8 record; good for second in the AFC South.
The Jags are one of the least publicized teams in the league and they need talent everywhere on their roster. The Jags are also the subject of much speculation about a potential move to Los Angeles. Hopefully with another good draft by General Manager Gene Smith, the Jags can implement some talented young players to prevent their consistent December struggles.
Maurice Jones-Drew continues to put up big numbers in the run game as the face of the franchise, but it's not translating to late season team success, or notoriety. These are five players the Jags need to draft in order to compete for the playoffs in the 2011-12 season, and the future.