MJD time in Jacksonville is winding down and it would be wise for the team to find his successor. A name I have selected is Arkansas Razorbacks RB Kniles Davis. In 2010 the 6'1 226 back was one of the best runners in college football. Where he averaged 6.5 yards per carry, 1,322 yards and 13 touchdowns in the SEC. Prior to 2011 season he broke his ankle which pretty much ended his season. Coming into the 2012 he was the number two back in a struggling Arkansas offense and he only ran for 300 plus yards. Although this season wasn't productive the value you could receive for him would be low risk high reward considering his athleticism and size. He could spell the Jaguars star before eventually becoming the back of the future.
The Jaguars cannot continue another season with Whimper or Bradfield manning the right tackle position. If they don't address the position via free agency look at Miami Hurricane Tackle Seantrel Henderson as a day 3 pick. The former high school #1 player arrived at USC for a couple of days before leaving to Miami. At 6'8 345 the mammoth kid is a mauler in the run game and has great feet for pass protection considering his basketball background. Wasn't as productive as a LT but should project as a solid RT in the NFL. He in my opinion reminds me of former Oklahoma and current Vikings RT Phil Loadholt. He would be a perfect compliment for Eugene Monroe.