Jags Mock FA and Draft

Some things have changed since I last posted including a new coaching staff and some All-Star Games. So I decided to do another Mock.


Dwayne Bowe 5 years 35 million- Bowe is a number 1 guy and stating the obvious something the Jags need. He is big, runs good routes, and can catch very well.

Demetrius Bell 5 years 25 million- Bell is very talented and has the athletic genes being the son of Karl Malone. He would be OT with Britton playing guard. He is also 27 years old and would solidify the line for years to come.

Eddie Royal- 4 years 19 million- Royal had a huge two first seasons, but his stats have declined since Tebow took over. Royal would be a great addition to this reciever core and would also be a plus in the return game.

Chris Redman 2 years 4 million- Redman knows the system of Mularkey and is a good help for Blaine.

Aaron Ross 4 years 16 million- Ross is a very good corner that would start opposite of Cox next year. He has played good for the Giants this year.

Calais Campbell 5 years 25 million- Campbell tallied 8 sacks this year and is vastly underrated. He would a force at DE next year.

Resign- Douzable, Middleton, Lowery, Lewis, Robiskie, Scobee, Allen


1st Round- Quentin Coples DE UNC- Coples has greatly impressed me this week at the Senior Bowl and seems like a very viable option at DE. He would come in and start across from Campbell. D-Line is a very big key to a teams success and when we have Coples and Campbell coming off the edge this would do wonders for our defense. Many people have said Coples didn't have a dominate senior year and therefore shouldnt be drafted at 7 but, he did play inside a lot at DT which didn't fit him well. He has elite size and speed running around a 4.7 for his 6-6 281 frame is impressive.

2nd Round- Chase Minnifield CB Virginia- The senior DB from Virginia is a ballhawk corner who was 5th in the country with 6 picks. The favorite thing about Minnifield I have is that he is a very good open field tackler in that he wraps up the ballcarrier and drives his hips. He excels in man to man coverage locking up the top wideout from the other team up the entire game. I see him rotating with Ross and Cox and playing nickel.

3rd Round- Tommy Streeter WR Miami- Streeter is one of my favorite prospects in the entire draft with his size to speed ratio. He is 6'5 215 and runs a high 4.4. Tommy is a deep threat and has good hands going down the field. He knows how to use his large frame against opposing CBs and wins alot of jump balls. Streeter, Bowe, Royal, Thomas, Dilliard, Price, Shorts, Robiskie will be a VERY improved WR core for the Jags in 2012.

4th Round- Audie Cole ILB NC State- Cole would come in and be the obvious backup to Poz. He is an above average blizter and run defender. The thing that hurts Cole is his coverage skills are somewhat lacking. He would be great on 1+2 second down run situations though and he is a great tackler. In the 4th that would be a great pickup.

5th Round- Ronnie Hillman RB SDSU- Hillman had an outstanding freshman season and backed that up with another good sophmore season averaging 5.5 yards a carry and scored 19 touchdowns. He would be the small, scat back that Karim hasn't been yet and is a very good talent here in the 5th. Hillman displays very good open field moves and is tough between the tackles when he needs to be. He also shows great quickness in and out of his cuts.

6th-Lowery Trade

7th- Sean Powell P FSU- I would say this is a theme for me in my drafts. Powell is a great punter and weapon for a team. Sean can flip a field in one punt. Jag fans have seen how much a good punter is important.

Thats it guys. As usual I will answer all ?s.

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