Jaguars Draft Board: By Position

Table of Jaguar prospects from JagNation, sorted by position.

Player

Position / School

Expected Round

Comments

Kevin Kolb

QB, Houston

2-3

strong possibility if he's there in round three

Isaih Stanbeck

QB, Washington

4-6

if they don't get Kolb, they can take a shot w/ a second day pick

Billy Latsko

FB, Florida

late, URFA

special teams guy, hard worker, probably go undrafted

Anthony Gonzalez

WR, Ohio State

late first, early to mid second

great route runner, fast enough; not likely the Jaguars select him in round two

Mike Walker

WR, UCF

3-5

possession receiver with some speed; many teams interested

Yamon Figures

WR, Kansas St.

2-4

fastest guy at the combine, great weapon in special teams

Roy Hall

WR, Ohio State

5-7

fast, unpolished, great size; major project

Omarr Conner

WR, Miss. St.

late, URFA

good size, good hands

Anthony Pudewell

TE, Nevada

4-6

average size, hard worker, productive

Rodney Hannah

TE, Houston

5-7

very big, nice hands, major project

James Marten

OT, Boston College

3-5

big guy, nice feet, good player

Mark Bihl

C, Michigan

4-6

intelligent, quick, bad feet

Jacob Bender

OT, Nicholls St.

4-6

good size, productive, project guy

Aaron Brant

OT, Iowa St.

3-6

road grater, plays well in small areas

Rueben Riley

OT, Michigan

late, URFA

explosive, lacks balance

Levi Brown

OT, Penn State

1

likely won't be available

Enoka Lucas

C, Oregon

3-5

quick, nasty, productive in college

Alan Branch

DT, Michigan

1

can be a play-maker at DT; tough for the Jaguars to take if available ($ wise)

Marcus Thomas

DT, Florida

3-4

great ability, character issues

Ryan McBean

DT, Oklahoma St.

3-5

big guy, quick, can get off blocks

Jamaal Anderson

DE, Arkansas

1

not likely to be available when the Jaguars select, probably near the top of their wish list

Adam Carriker

DE, Nebraska

1

probably not available at 17; immediate starter

Jarvis Moss

DE, Florida

1

not worth the pick at 17, but the Jaguars may take him

Victor Abiramiri

DE, Notre Dame

2

definite possibility if they don't get a DE in round one

Paul Posluszny

LB, Penn State

1-2

don't know how much better he'll get; not a likely pick for Jax

Lawrence Timmons

LB, FSU

1-2

didn't time well in his workouts, still a play-maker; not likely to be in Jax

Jon Beason

LB, Miami

1-2

play-maker, doesn't fit the value of where the Jaguars pick

Rufus Alexander

LB, Oklahoma

3-5

undersized and athletic, makes plays

Tim Shaw

LB, Penn State

3-4

big, fast, played out of position in college

Quincy Black

LB, New Mexico

3-4

fast, strong, sideline to sideline LB

Matt Muncy

LB, Ohio

4-6

undersized, athletic, can't cover

Brian Smith

LB, Missouri

4-6

tweener, agressive, can't cover

Patrick Willis

LB, Ole Miss

1

won't be available at 17; could be great

Zak DeOssie

LB, Brown

3-6

good bloodlines, quick, not disciplined

Desmond Bishop

LB, California

4-5

intelligent, good tackler

Quinton Culberson

LB, Miss. St.

5-7

fast, athletic, still a project

Nick Roach

LB, Northwestern

5-7

productive, athletic; some durability questions

Reggie Nelson

S, Florida

1

not likely to fall to 17, if he does, should be near the top of the Jaguars value charts

Michael Griffin

S, Texas

1

doesn't fit the value where the Jaguars select

Sabby Piscitelli

S, Oregon St.

2-3

big, fast, can cover and hit; may be wearing teal by Saturday evening

Brandon Meriweather

S, Miami

1-2

likely be gone when the Jaguars select in round two; character issues

Josh Gattis

S, Wake Forest

3-5

smart player, good cover guy, special teamer early in his NFL career

Jeramie Johnson

S, Miss St.

late, URFA

tough, big hitter, can get beat in coverage

Darrelle Revis

CB, Pittsburgh

1

maybe the best CB in the draft, will likely be picked just before the Jaguars turn

 

Usama Young

CB, Kent State

4-7

quick, good size, can't tackle

David Irons

CB, Auburn

3-5

good awareness, quick, durability issues

David Heard

CB, Miss St.

5-7

good size/speed, future special teams guy

DeAndre Jackson

CB, Iowa State

5-7

good size/speed; durability issues, tackling issues

David Jones

CB, Wingate

4-6

fast guy, good ball skills

Adam Podlesh

P, Maryland

5-7

athlete at punter; widely regarded as the best punting prospect in the draft

Scott Stephenson

C, Iowa State

late, URFA

could be a backup center, special teams guy

Aaron King

LS, UTEP

URFA

long-snapper

Kyle Schlicher

K, Iowa

URFA

strong leg, accuracy issues

 


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