An AFC South look at PFW's first mock draft

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Pro Football Weekly has its first mock draft out, and I know a lot of you want any draft tidbits you can get.

Here's what Nolan Nawrocki has the team's of the AFC South doing with a line on what I think:

8. Jacksonville Jaguars

OLB Aaron Curry / Wake Forest

With GM Gene Smith making the final call, expect the Jaguars to put a greater emphasis on character and recognize true value. Curry's ability to interchange at any LB spot makes him extremely valuable for a defensive-minded head coach like Jack Del Rio.

Kuharsky says: Plausible, since two tackles are already off the board, but OT, DT and CB are all bigger needs.

15. Houston Texans

DT B.J. Raji / Boston College

Gary Kubiak knows the value of a good lineman and has made a habit of drafting in the trenches since he took over the club. Amobi Okoye has turned out to be the flash in a pan that some evaluators thought he was in college, creating a pressing need inside. Raji has the strength to hold the point and enough quickness to create some pressure and could bring value at either DT position.

Kuharsky says: Plausible match of need and availability in his draft.

27. Indianapolis Colts

WR Darrius Heyward-Bey / Maryland

With Marvin Harrison on his last legs, the Colts' offense was not quite as explosive last year. Heyward-Bey has the blazing speed to run by defenses and would be an excellent speed complement to Reggie Wayne.

Kuharsky says: Plausible. I know defensive tackle seems most pressing, but the sort of DTs the Colts need don't have to come this high and the sort of receiving talent they need might.

30. Tennessee Titans

QB Josh Freeman / Kansas State

The Titans are in position to think about the future, and with solid receivers to be found in coming rounds, they could take a gamble on the only other bona fide passing prospect in the draft with Kerry Collins hitting free agency and not guaranteed to be back.

Kuharsky says: Not going to happen. The Titans will have some sort of resolution at quarterback before the draft. They are sitting in a great spot to take the best available player, so they won't use a first rounder on a QB for the second time in four years.