Round One, pick #10- Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama
Rolando McClain is the perfect base-hit type of selection and Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio is very high on the heady Alabama standout. McClain didn't "wow" anyone with his 40-time at his pro day, but he is a safe selection at the tenth pick. We maintain that Joe Haden or Jimmy Clausen would be the pick for the Jaguars, but it's highly unlikely that they'll be on the board.
If he's on the board: Joe Haden, CB, Florida
If McClain is gone: Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee
Round Three, pick #74- J.D. Walton, C, Baylor
The Jaguars have seemingly been enamored with Walton ever since the football season in which they scouted his games on multiple occasions. The love affair grew during the Senior Bowl in which Walton performed very well and now they can get their center of the future, and more likely the present.
If he's on the board: Tyson Alualu, DT, California
If Walton is gone: Morgan Burnett, S, Georgia Tech
Round Four, pick #108- Brandon Lang, DE, Troy
Troy has been known for putting defensive ends in the NFL as they've supplied the Cowboys with DeMarcus Ware and the Giants with Osi Umenyiora. The Jaguars hope to get similar production from Lang, who stood out this season at Troy.
If he's on the board: Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati
If Lang is gone: Eric Decker, WR, Minnesota
Round Five, pick #143- Dekota Watson, LB/S, Florida State
Dekota Watson is a physical marvel, but there's some major questions as to where he can play on the next level as he's a linebacker/safety 'tweener. Watson is a good pass rusher from the linebacker position and the Jaguars can use him in situations.
If he's on the board: John Skelton, QB, Fordham
If Watson is gone: Mike Neal, DT, Purdue
Round Six, pick #180- Adam Ulatowski, OT, Texas
Ulatowski is a nice developmental offensive tackle which could serve as a Richard Collier type of prospect. There will be no immediate need for Ulatowski to get playing time assuming everyone stays healthy.
If he's on the board: Kam Chancellor, S, Virginia Tech
If Ulatowski is gone: Shaun Lauvao, OG, Arizona State
Round Six, pick #203 (compensatory)- Lonyae Miller, RB, Fresno State
The Jaguars are looking for competition for the running back spot behind Maurice Jones-Drew and Miller, who was the lesser half of the Bulldogs tandem with Ryan Matthews can be that back.
If he's on the board: Darryl Sharpton, LB, Miami
If Miller is gone: Ed Wang, OT, Virginia Tech
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