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Jacksonville Jaguars Full Draft

The team has needs in almost every position, but the top 3 are a Pass Rush, OL, and Safeties. That being said, the Jaguars are going to have to acquire more picks after using their 2nd this year to get CB Cox last year and their 7th to get QB McCown. New England is a likely trading partner at 10/11, because there are some players that New England is likely to have in high regard. It's also likely that the team will move DT Henderson as he's getting older and with his fairly good play last year, he could command a better trade value. This move also fits in with their youth movement. This is an early draft as no player trades have gone through, nor have the combine or Prodays happened. I'll explain any picks gladly.

Trades:

1st to New England for NE 1st, JAC 2nd, NE 5th

John Henderson to Cleveland for CLE 3rd, CLE 5th

Picks:

1) Brandon Graham-DE-Michigan

2) Tyson Alualu-DT-Cal

3) Myron Rolle-SS-FSU

3) Eric Norwood-OLB-South Carolina

4) J.D. Watson-C-Baylor

5) Riley Cooper-WR-Florida

5) Myron Lewis-CB-Vanderbilt

5) Vince Oghobaase-DT-Duke

6) Shawn Lauvao-OG-Arizona State

S) Brian Sanford-DE-Temple

FA) Riley Skinner-QB-Wake Forest

FA) Shawnbrey McNeal-RB-SMU

FA) Joseph Turner-RB/FB-TCU

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