Let's take another look at what the internets says about Jacksonville and their draft pick. Because we're getting a bit closer to the madness of combines and workouts, I'm going to give a little more info on each pick, so click away for more information. My own predictions of draft picks are remaining secret, as exciting plans are underway for mock madness!
Footballs Future has the Jags picking Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn St.
Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet has Free Safety Michael Griffen, Texas
Draft Connection picks Jarvis Moss, DE, Florida
SportzNutz uses a computerized DQI Ratings System to make their choices. This system says that the Jags take Darrell Revis, CB, Pittsburg
Ryan McCrystal's Draft Ace makes the never going to happen pick of Ted Ginn Jr, WR, Ohio State
Sports Outlaw puts Reggie Nelson, FS, Florida in our hands at 17.
Heard's Football Report picks Jarvis Moss, DE, Florida without any commentary. I often wonder if people pay any attention to the depth at DE that Jacksonville has in the pipeline, with Hayward coming back and Hawkins getting healthy...
NFL Draft Blitz says...nothing. Silly premium sites.
DR U Fantasy Football Guru picks Patrick Willis, LB, Ole Miss , also without commentary.
NFL Draft Pro makes a better guess by picking picks Jarvis Moss, DE, Florida. His commentary is brief but shows a better understanding of the Jags than most mockers I've come across.
I randomly sample these mock drafts from the fantastic Redskins Draft site at Hail Redskins.
I list these here not because I believe their commentary, but rather to get an idea of what's being said and considered about the team. Jacksonville picking a Wide Receiver shows that the writer might not be following some teams as closely as others. Jacksonville picking a DE or LB shows a bit more sophistication as they'd have to at least look at the Jags roster to see that we're not as deep as we could be. The best picks, in my opinion, are at Free Safety. If I were to make a guess now, I'd lean toward Reggie Nelson.
But Free Agency is gonna foul all of this up anyhow.