The Jaguars have sufficient needs that it’s hard to narrow down what they need most in the draft.
But if they don’t go for a quarterback with the No. 2 overall pick, there’s a reasonable chance their first-rounder is in their building today.
According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, the Jaguars are hosting Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan, along with the top two offensive tackles, Luke Joeckel of Texas A&M and Eric Fisher from Central Michigan.
Joeckel’s the favorite to be the top pick by the Chiefs (unless they trade), which would clear the decks for the Jaguars to put the next spot up for sale.
Because of his unique skill set, and his ties to Eagles coach Chip Kelly (who owns the fourth overall pick), Jordan could become an attractive trade commodity himself.
But if the Jaguars don’t think any of the passers available this year are an upgrade over what they have, then adding a pass-rusher or a pass-protector might be the quickest way to help new coach Gus Bradley build.