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Although the NFL draft is still 3 months away, I’m starting to have issues with the 1st round pick of the Jaguars. Picking at 7 is generally a good thing to boost your roster (just think to Joe Haden and Aldon Smith – the 7th picks of the draft in 2010 and 2011), I started to feel that the Jaguars will be in No-Man’s-Land with theirs in 2012. I think the Top 5 picks of the draft are already set – the Colts will select Stanford QB Andrew Luck with the 1st overall pick, and after him Baylor QB Robert Griffin III, USC OT Matt Kalil, Ohio State WR Justin Blackmon and LSU CB Morris Claiborne will most likely be selected in the Top 5 (unless injuries or something off the field happens). But after those players, I see a significant talent drop. Alabama CB Dre Kirkpatrick could be great good value at 7, but his recent off the field incindent with the law dropped him back (if not out) from General manager Gene Smith’s list. Although it’s a bit early, here are a couple scenarios that could h...
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