3-Round Jaguars Mock Draft With Trade Back

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The 2015 NFL Draft is quickly coming up and Jaguars mock draft hysteria will soon be upon us (if it isn’t already).

I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t help fuel that manic thirst for more mock drafts and more draft speculation, so we’ve been putting together mock draft after mock draft here at B&T. One thing we haven’t covered extensively, however, is trade scenarios for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Ideally, the Jaguars would be able to trade back in the 2015 NFL Draft to get more picks and be able to add better talent to their rather bare roster.

So, we’ll examine how that may look with this 3-round Jaguars mock draft, starting right below.

The New York Jets mortgage some of their future to get the quarterback they always wanted as the Tennessee Titans stick with Zach Mettenberger in this scenario. Geno Smith is a big question mark for the team and the new regime wants their own guy in place as soon as possible. The Jets want a QB in place that they can believe in. While it would be shocking if Jameis Winston fell this far, it is possible that one of the two starting caliber QBs in the 2015 NFL Draft is still available at three overall.

Sep 27, 2014; Clemson, SC, USA; Clemson Tigers defensive end Vic Beasley (3) celebrates after sacking North Carolina Tar Heels quarterback Marquise Williams (12) during the second quarter at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

player. 52. The Jacksonville Jaguars trade back and still end up with a premier pass rusher at six overall. Beasley is a strong contender for a top five pick, but with other top talents like Amari Cooper, Dante Fowler Jr., and Leonard Williams all available, Beasley should slip back to the sixth overall pick. The Jaguars take advantage by happily letting him fall into their laps.. DE. Clemson. Vic Beasley. 6

Next: The Jaguars Address Running Back in Round 2