The Jacksonville Jaguars need a pass rusher along their defensive line. The 2015 NFL Draft has a handful of very good prospects. It's a match made in heaven for a team most likely drafting in the top-three.
ESPN's Todd McShay has released his first mock draft for 2015, and the Jaguars are predictably getting someone who can put pressure on opposing quarterbacks with the No. 3 overall pick. And while Randy Gregory is viewed by some as the draft's best defensive end (including SB Nation's Mocking The Draft) USC's Leonard Williams is a versatile option.
Here's McShay's analysis of Williams, and why he fits well with the Jaguars:
The Jaguars have a much bigger need on the offensive line than on the defensive line -- and overall, the defense is in much better shape than the offense -- but there's too much of a talent gap between the top D-linemen and top O-linemen prospects in this class, and the Jags could afford to get younger at the position with Red Bryant already 30 years old. Williams is the No. 1 prospect on our board, with excellent strength and speed for his size, and he'd fit as a 5-technique defensive end in Gus Bradley's scheme. The Jags could also go with an edge rusher here in Nebraska's Randy Gregory or Missouri's Shane Ray, or with a big-time playmaker at wide receiver in Alabama's Amari Cooper.
What do you think? Would you be happy with Leonard Williams at No. 3? Do you want a different pass rusher, like Randy Gregory? Or should the Jaguars use their first pick in the 2015 NFL Draft on a different position?