I'm certainly no draftnik.
But here goes my Jags mock draft. No trades. Just picks.
Rd 1 Pick # 7
With all the fans thinking they are GMs this here could be a very unpopular choice. A lot of the talking heads have Coples going here. With the way I've seen Gene operate, barring some slide from the top 5 talent pool and with no trades in my mock our GM takes Ingram DE from SC. I know a lot of people really want that homerun threat WR. But with Blackmon off the board, and performance questions about Coples, Ingram is the safe Gene pick and adds a DE(position of need) to the roster and should start opposite Mincey opening day.Some may say he is more fit for 3-4, but everything i've seen and read tells me he could be the next 'undersized' big thing at DE. Melvin Ingram, DE SC.
Rd 2 Pick # 38
Now we get to the good stuff. The pressure is off after Round 1 in many senses. Sanu is still available here and is the best available WR. He's the pick and doesn't have the Round 1 expectations or the possible let downs Jeffrey or Floyd may end up having. Sanu, WR Rutgers
Rd 3 Pick # 69
Right back to a position of need and going WR twice in a row may not be popular but I'm not going for popular. Nick Toon, WR Wisconsin, should be available here unless there is a terrible run on WRs in the second round. But he wasn't a feature player in Wisconsins run first O. I expect him to slide to us here.
Rd 4 Pick # 101
James Brown OT Troy. (Right now you may be running to google laughing thinking "who?") I think in round 4 he adds depth and is kind of a work in progress who could develop in a nice swing tackle or Brittons replacement if he is injured again.
Rd 5 pick #134
Here in round 5 I'm gonna throw a bone out there. And due to some disdain for the future mentioned college, this pick will be met with moans and groans and dislikes. But here we get a chance to upgrade the 3rd RB spot, with someone who CAN do what Deji was SUPPOSED to do. Chris Rainey, RB/KR/PR FL
Now... to flame or not to flame?