The Jacksonville Jaguars, by all accounts, will most likely draft Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory or USC defensive lineman Leonard Williams with the No. 3 overall pick. Both Gregory and Williams are special talents, the Jaguars didn't get a lot of pressure on opposing quarterbacks last year... it makes a lot of sense.
But according to Dan Kadar at SB Nation's Mocking The Draft, a darkhorse candidate has emerged for the Jaguars at No. 3 and it's as polarizing an opinion as there will be this offseason:
The Jaguars could draft an offensive tackle in the first round.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska
There are two sides to the Jaguars picking No. 3. The first is they can't really go wrong with a defensive lineman. There's talent and a need. The other side, though, is that arguably the team's biggest need is right tackle and there isn't one quite worth this choice.
Other options: Leonard Williams (DE/DT), La'el Collins (OT)
Granted, Kadar lists both Gregory and Williams before LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins as a possibility for the Jaguars, but even the mere mention of a second top-three offensive tackle in three years will draw ire from Jaguars fans.
Personally, I don't hate our offensive line. Pasztor and Joeckel weren't great last year, but some of their problems grew out of the fact that both are relatively inexperienced, learned on the fly with a patchwork offensive line, and were without an offensive line coach.
What do you think? What would be your reaction to the Jaguars drafting Collins, or any another offensive tackle, in the first round?