The Jacksonville Jaguars can now check another item in their offseason agenda with the Reese’s Senior Bowl on the books. Just like any other year, a few prospects saw their stock rise while others failed to take advantage of the opportunity to impress scouts, and the Jaguars’ front office, led by general manager Trent Baalke, surely adjusted their draft board accordingly.
Keep in mind the Senior Bowl is just one part of the whole evaluation, along with tape, the Scouting Combine, and Pro Days. However, there were a few players that stood out during Senior Bowl practices that should’ve caught Jacksonville’s attention.
The Jaguars have 11 draft picks at their disposal, including the first overall selection and four in the first two rounds. Even though they will likely go quarterback with the top pick, there are different routes they could take with their other ten selections.
It will be interesting to see the kind of players head coach Urban Meyer and Trent Baalke favor on draft night. In the meantime, here’s a five-round mock draft where the ‘Jags’ address most of their offseason needs and solidify their roster in the process. Keep in mind that many of them played in the Senior Bowl but a few underclassmen made the cut.