On Sunday I’ll answer the Question of the Week.Melvin Gordon or Todd Gurley. Otherwise, I expect Denard Robinson or Toby Gerhart to take the first snap at running back in 2015. It will be an interesting battle in training camp because Storm Johnson, Bernard Pierce and a draft pick will be fighting for two spots. Amari Cooper or Kevin White is a legitimate No. 1 receiver - like Dez Bryant, Julio Jones or A.J. Green - then it makes sense to take them. There aren't many true No. 1 receivers in the NFL and they have such an impact on the game, not to mention how much it would help Blake Bortles. Passing on a player like Bryant, Jones or Green would be a mistake. Leonard Williams or a pass rusher in the first round, then I'd expect a running back or receiver in the second round. More likely the receiver because there could be a run on those guys in the first.
@ESPNdirocco: Actually, I didn't get it right. I thought the Jaguars were taking Khalil Mack. This year, however, I feel pretty confident in my pick that the Jaguars take Leonard Williams if he's there and if not it's either Dante Fowler Jr. or Vic Beasley. Tandon Doss, Bryan Walters and Ace Sanders will fight it out for one spot. My guess right now would be Doss, who led the NFL in punt return average in 2013.
@ESPNdirocco you got it right last year. Who is the pick at 3?— Jr (@JagRag1) April 24, 2015
@ESPNdirocco: I don't think so. The Jaguars traded up last year because they had extra picks. They have only seven this year and they still need so much help that losing picks would really hurt. Blaine Gabbert, R.Jay Soward and Derrick Harvey. The Jaguars at least got some production out of Matt Jones and Reggie Williams. Reggie Nelson and Fernando Bryant were OK. Blackmon had a very good debut. But those other three go down as the worst picks in team history.
@ESPNdirocco if Jags go Amari at 3 and a DE they like falls a la Gregory, do you think they trade up into the 20s for the guy they like?— Mark Mimms (@thatgringoguy) April 24, 2015