Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell and head coach Gus Bradley addressed the media in a pre-draft conference. Caldwell didn't tip his hand as to the Jaguars' draft intentions, but he did say he would be "surprised" if the team trades down from the No. 2 pick.
When asked about his front office's draft philosophy, Caldwell stated they would go with "the best available that fits a need." He went on to say that he values building the offensive and defensive sides, and the presence of Eugene Monroe won't preclude him from drafting a left tackle. He also confirmed that the team removed about 10-12 players from their board due to character concerns.
This doesn't tell us much about what direction the Jaguars will go on Thursday, but in a week where everyone is holding their cards close, it's about as close to a straight answer as we will get. You can probably rule out Jacksonville trading their pick.