Big Cat Country blogger River City Rage is back up following the selection of B.J. Raji in round one.
Currently, the Jacksonville Jaguars wide receivers consist of an unproven Mike Walker, an established but inconsistent Dennis Northcutt, and the ever-present drops of Troy Williamson. Torry Holt visited the team to add a veteran threat, but left without a contract. When the Jaguars get to the second round, should a receiver like Brian Robiskie be on the board, the needs at the position, in my opinion, require the Jaguars to make the pick and move on from the error-filled days of Reggie Williams, Matt Jones and Jerry Porter. The pick here fills a need and is close to BAP.
MTD thoughts: There might be a couple wide receivers more highly ranked (and talented) than Robiskie, but this is a good choice. Robiskie has proven hands and is a good route runner. That's something Jacksonville hasn't had since Jimmy Smith.
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