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The Jacksonville Jaguars have four major needs entering the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft—corner, wide receiver, offensive tackle and defensive end—in no particular order.
Last month, we reported that with Ryan Tannehill’s stock soaring, Gene Smith and the Jaguars were more than open to trading down out of the seventh overall selection.
The move is looking inevitable now. But if Jacksonville can’t find a trade partner, the team will select either wide receiver Michael Floyd or South Carolina star pass-rusher Melvin Ingram (or even rising corner Stephon Gilmore, whom the Jaguars “like a ton” according to SI.com’s Peter King in his latest mock draft), assuming St. Louis snatches Justin Blackmon and Tampa Bay takes Morris Claiborne.
But you can scratch that scenario in this seven-round mock draft, because we’re including a trade for the team’s first-round pick.
First Round (16th Overall)—Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor
Late last week a report surfaced that the Jaguars