So what will the Jaguars do with the first pick in round two?
Trade it, if they can.
With the first 32 picks already taken, there will be a team that covets a specific player, and that team could offer enough to the Jaguars to get to the top of round two.
If the Jaguars can’t trade the pick, the position on which they’ll most likely focus is quarterback. And while they expected to be in position to choose between Matt Barkley and Ryan Nassib, the Jags now have Geno Smith in the mix.
Still, with 10-15 players who could have gone in round one now parked at the top of round two, the Jags will open the floor for offers.
They should hope a trade goes through. One year after taking a punter five spots before Russell Wilson and two years after trading up for Blaine Gabbert instead of trading down for Colin Kaepernick, picking a quarterback in this spot would entail playing a shell game, with a distinct possibility that there’s no red ball under any of them.