2011 NFL Draft: Jacksonville Jaguars Narrowing Down on List of Prospects

March 2, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's that time again, and draft day is on its way.
Who in the world are the Jaguars going to take at pick 16?  A quarterback? A defensive end? Perhaps a kicker?  Kidding.
I don't believe I saw one correct mock draft last season that had the Jaguars selecting Tyson Alualu.  I include myself when I say that it's utterly impossible to grasp exactly what the team is thinking prior to the draft.
Despite all the media and mock drafts, nobody has a clue outside of Gene Smith, Jack Del Rio, Wayne Weaver and the scouting team.
Let's take a look at two examples from the past two drafts. 
2009: Derek Cox.  Who the heck is Derek Cox out of William and Mary, and why the heck did the Jaguars just trade a 2010 second-round pick for this guy?  According to Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and anybody else who had no idea who this guy was, this pick was a complete bust. 
Reality of it?  Great pick in the third round.  Has started his firs...

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