1) OLB/ DE - Anthony Barr - UCLA: Besides Bridgewater I don't feel there is a QB worthy of a top 5 pick so this allows us to select the best defensive player available. At 6'4 248 Barr is very fluid and fast which allowed him to have 10 sacks this season. He would be ideal for the LEO position as he favors Seattle's LEO Bruce Irvin.
2) G - Xavier Sua Filo - UCLA: Reminiscent of the 2006 draft the Jags take Bruins in the first two rounds again. Sua Filo is a flat out mauler in the run game and is very good in pass protection also. With Joeckel manning the LT spot and Pasztor potentially securing the RT spot we should have a giant piece to fixing the interior.
3) QB - AJ McCarron - Alabama: Excellent value here because of his smarts and leadership. AJ isn't the sexy pick but he has be very good at Alabama. Average arm strength but the lack of that he makes up with decision making and accuracy. Supply him with a good O line and weapons and he could produce like Andy Dalton.
4) DE - Josh Mauro - Stanford: Typical Stanford player a strong physical football player. His stats aren't going to blow you away but his effort will. He is a bully at the point of attack and a stout run stuffer. He finished the season with 49 tackles and 4 sacks. At 6'6 281 think of him as a poor man's JJ Watt.
4) RB - Marion Grice - Arizona State: Back to the PAC 12 we go but this time it's for the multi-talented RB from ASU. At 6' 207 Grice lead ASU in rushing with 996 yards and was third on the team in receiving yards with 438. He also led the PAC 12 in TDs with 20. He should be a nice player to transition the Jaguars future starter at RB.
5) G - Jon Halapio - Florida: Another interior lineman to hopefully patch up a weak unit. Halapio is an excellent run blocker and he can be fairly decent in pass protection as well. Should provide nice depth and push for playing time,
5) WR - L'Damian Washington - Missouri: The Jags lack size at WR and he brings that at 6'4. Average speed but his route running makes up for that. He should provide depth to a developing position.
5) DT - Deandre Coleman - Cal: Another huge run stopper. Standing at 6'5 315 he will be a nice rotation player.
6) TE - AC Leonard - Tennessee State: The Florida transfer is not a big blocker but he can be flexed out because of his size and speed.
7) QB - Keith Price - Washington: Another passer who could develop into something special because of the electricity running with the ball. If the Jags wanted to add the zone read he would be the perfect match at the perfect cost.