The Jacksonville Jaguars will have both head coach Gus Bradley and general manager Dave Caldwell in attendance at Aaron Murray's pro day on Wednesday afternoon. The former Georgia quarterback is throwing for the first time for evaluators since he tore his ACL late in the 2013 season.
Murray, who was a four-year starter for the Bulldogs, is considered a possible value pick later in the draft because of the combination of his size and injury. Murray is just five months removed from ACL repair and with a good showing might climb up in the draft a round or two.
Personally, I'm not a fan of drafting Murray with the intent of him being a long-term starter. I feel that he didn't really progress much from when he was a freshman at Georgia to his senior year. He's limited physically and might be best served as a long time back up quarterback who can help you in a pinch, a la Chase Daniel.
Though I do think Murray's ceiling is similar to that of Andy Dalton, he might be someone the Jaguars consider as a "second quarterback" on Day 3 of the NFL Draft in May.