With all the Mocks going around I figured to give one a shot. I am basing this off of that we still have Babin next season, 1st*Trade* Bills trade the Jaguars their 1st(8) and 2nd for the Jaguars 1st. 8th pick- Demarcus Milliner CB Alabama-
This offseason, I think the cornerback position needs to be adressed. I think Cox needs to be resigned and then we need to take Milliner here to play the opposite side of the field. Milliner is violent in the way he comes up and tackles. but also has great closing speed to break up passes. He also has the size to match up with the larger recievers in the NFL. Milliner is very good at getting his hands on the ball and ripping it out of the reciever's hand. In a league wiht Schaub/Yates, Locker, and Luck we will need an good group of corners and with Cox, Milliner, Mike Harris, and then Aaron Ross we will have one. 2nd Round- Gio Bernard RB UNC-
This is a slight strecth but with the diminshing value of RBs in the NFL, I think Bernard could last until the early 2nd. With MJD getting older as well as Jennings struggling, RB should be a priority this offseason. Bernard tore up the ACC this season with 1228 yards and 12 TDs and is also a weapon in the passing game. 2nd Round(BUF)- Arthur Brown OLB Kansas State
Although a little short at only 6-1 Brown is a ferocious hitter and can also drop back into coverage. With the uncertainty of Daryl Smith and the others at OLB, I figured this would be a real need this offseason. 3rd Round- Kyle Long G/T Oregon- With a need at both G and T(assuming Brewster slides to Center) I think Long would be a good selection here. He has played both positions at ORegon and has a good Size/speed combo not to mention his All-Pro family. 4th Round- Brandon Williams, DT Missouri Southern State
What Jauguars draft wouldn't be complete without a small school guy? All joking aside Williams is an impressive prospect who would come in right away and be in the rotation. He's a very hardworker(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGSMeSZXQdM) and is a dominant player on the field with his intriguing blend of size and speed. 5th Round- Joesph Fauria TE UCLA-
At 6'4 232, Davis would be a deep threat down the field. In 4 WR situations with Davis and Elliot deep with Shorts and Blackmon running underneath our passing game would be in great shape. 7th Round- John Boyett S Oregon-
The reason this safety with 108 tackles for Chip Kelly is here is that he had knee surgery. In the 7th its low risk though. Bye Prosinki!