The Jacksonville Jaguars will be attending the West Virginia Pro Day on Thursday, including general manager David Caldwell, presumably to have an eye on quarterback Geno Smith. The Jaguars hold the second overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and appear to be able to select the consensus top quarterback if they feel he's the direction they want to go at the position.
There are knocks on Geno Smith, as far as his consistency his senior year with the Mountaineers, but he has all the physical tools teams look for in quarterbacks and also has some mobility that was underutilized in West Virginia's Air Raid passing offense.
Outside of Geno Smith, the Jaguars will also likely be taking a look at West Virginia's pair of productive wide receivers in Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey. Austin is expected to be a first round pick by most, given he's a playmaker with the ball in his hands, but Bailey is a more well-rounded receiver expected to go in the middle rounds.