2011 NFL Mock Draft: Predicting All 7 Rounds for Jacksonville Jaguars

Trevor Lowry@@TheTrevorLowryContributor IMarch 1, 2011

2011 NFL Mock Draft: Predicting All 7 Rounds for Jacksonville Jaguars

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    TUCSON, AZ - OCTOBER 23:  Quarterback Jake Locker #10 of the Washington Huskies drops back to pass during the college football game against the Arizona Wildcats at Arizona Stadium on October 23, 2010 in Tucson, Arizona. The Wildcats defeated the Huskies 4
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    At 8-8, the Jacksonville Jaguars just barely missed the playoffs last season. With this said, the Jaguars lost a lot of games, and they need some help in the NFL Draft.

    Most of this help will come from picks on defense in the draft; however, the Jaguars need help on both sides of the ball.

    Although the Jaguars have some young talent on their team, they need to have a good draft so they can compete and make it to the playoffs in the 2011 season. 

Round 1: QB Jake Locker, Washington

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    INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 27:  Quarterback Jake Locker of Washington runs a passing drill during the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 27, 2011 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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    Although the Jacksonville Jaguars need a lot of help on defense, they absolutely need a quarterback. Therefore, they will go with Jake Locker with the 16th pick in the draft. 

    Locker threw for over 2000 yards and 17 touchdowns last season with the Huskies. He has a good arm and a good athletic build. 

    Locker is a running threat, but he looks to throw the ball first.

    Although Locker's accuracy is in question, the Jaguars need a franchise quarterback and Jake Locker is their man. 

Round 2: SS Ahmad Black, Florida

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    NEW ORLEANS - JANUARY 01:  Deonte Thompson #8 of the Cincinnati Bearcats is flipped upside down by Ahmad Black #35 and Dustin Doe #32 of the Florida Gators during the Allstate Sugar Bowl at the Louisana Superdome on January 1, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisia
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    Ahmad Black would help the Jaguars out in their defensive struggles in the backfield.

    Black has great speed for his position and although he only stands at 5'5", he is very physical, which helps him with tackling. Although Black is capable of playing man to man, he is much better in a zone-type defense. 

    Black's size is in question; however, bulking up some in the next level should help him out.

Round 3: DE Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma

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    SEATTLE - SEPTEMBER 13:  Defensive end Jeremy Beal #44 of the Oklahoma Sooners pressures the play during the game against the Washington Huskies on September 13, 2008 at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington. The Sooners defeated the Huskies 55-14.(Photo b
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    Jeremy Beal is a defensive lineman, who puts a lot of pressure on quarterbacks. Beal has great size and bulk and is dominant at pass rushing.

    Beal has a lot of talent, and the Jacksonville Jaguars can solve their defensive lineman struggles with picking him in the third round. 

Round 4: CB Shareece Wright, USC

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    LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 16:  Portrait of Shareece Wright #24 of the USC Trojans during warm up before the game against the California Golden Bears at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on October 16, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Harry How/Gett
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    Shareece Wright has good speed and size for his position. Not to mention, he is very athletic. 

    Wright is good at man coverage; however, he is a lot better at a zone coverage. 

    With Wright's speed, he can burst out to the quarterback or make a good play on the ball. 

Round 4: FS Jaiquawn Jarrett, Temple

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    Jaiquawn Jarrett is a very physical player and an even better rush defender. Jarrett also has great athleticism, and he plays good in-zone coverage. 

    To perform at the next level, though, Jarrett needs to bulk up and learn how to play man coverage. 

Round 5: WR Greg Salas, Hawaii

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    Greg Salas has great size and is very athletic. Salas also has great hands, and he gets a lot of yards after the catch.

    The only thing Salas is lacking is speed, which is pretty crucial at the wide receiver position, although he is average in this department. 

    Other than Greg Salas' speed, he has everything going for him, and he will make a great wide receiver at the next level. 

Round 6: DT Sione Fua, Standford

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    PALO ALTO, CA - OCTOBER 09: Sione Fua #92 of the Stanford Cardinal celebrates after he sacked Matt Barkley #7  of the USC Trojans at Stanford Stadium on October 9, 2010 in Palo Alto, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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    Sione Fua is very good at blocking, although he needs to put on some more weight. His blocking skills allow linebackers to make plays. 

    Fua is not very athletic, and he also is lacking in pass rushing. 

    However, put this man in a 3-4 zone and he will have some success.