*Trade back with ATL to 6 and get 37th and 68th pick*
6: Teddy Bridgewater
Good accuracy and NFL ready. Played in a pro system at Louisville so he should transition into the NFL well. He has the potential become the franchise QB Jacksonville has been waiting for since Brunell.
37: Xavier Su'a-Filo OG,UCLA
A very athletic OG with great strength. Many people think he is a first round talent but I think he falls.
39: Kyle Van Noy OLB,BYU
A good OLB that could help us build our defense for the future.
68: Keith McGill CB,Utah
A 6'3 CB that is very athletic. Could go great with Gus Bradley who has drafted tall, long DBs in the past.
70: Weston Richburg C,Colorado State
101: Devonta Freeman RB,FSU—
Undersized but yet capable running back. Reminds me a little bit of MJD coming out of college. He would complement Toby Gerhart well.
110: Jordan Tripp OLB,Montana
A small school OLB who would fit well with the Jaguars.
132: Kevin Norwood WR,Alabama
A good receiver who could give us some depth. He could contribute immediately since we don't know where Justin Blackmon's situation stands.
138: David Fales QB,San Jose State
Fales was regarded highly at the beggining of the college football season and many people thought he could be a top round but he somewhat fell off the map. Despite drafting Bridgewater at 6 we could do what the Redskins did in 2012.
147: JuWuan James OT,Tennessee
JuWuan James could add some OL depth we need and could possibly compete for the RT job.
163: Logan Thomas QB/TE VT
Adding Logan Thomas would give us some TE depth.
189: Vinnie Sunseri S, Alabama
Sunseri could add some depth at S for a young secondary.
199: John Brown WR, Pitssburg State— Jon Brown could return kicks. He ran a very fast 4.34 40 yard dash.
*Please, if you have any advice please tell me in the comments*