Here is the final round by round rundown of the Jaguars draft picks.
Undrafted Free Agents
Overall, I am satisfied with the Jaguars' draft.
I am not thrilled with it. I don't love it. But it was a step in the right direction. They addressed the positions that needed to be addressed.
They refilled the secondary. They gave the quarterback(s) long-term protection. They gave themselves more competition in the return game. Hopefully, they found a reliable return man and will not have to experiment like last year.
Most importantly, they gave themselves several options for the type of offense they want to run.
The Jags drafted Denard Robinson (a poor man's RGIII) and a well known last name in Jordan Rodgers, the younger brother of Packers QB-and richest man in the NFL- Aaron Rodgers.
David Caldwell got what he wanted. He got his "big school" kids. Unfortunately, he did not get a lot of household names.
With that being said, Robinson is my favorite pick this year.
There was a lot of talk about him moving to the wide receiver position during his senior year at Michigan. During his time in Ann Arbor, he also showed that he's got an arm.
If EJ Manuel can make it in the NFL, so can Shoelaces.
I think the Jaguars will take on the West Coast offense this year and switch to an offense similar to the ones we saw in Seattle and Washington last year.
Robinson gives the Jags the ability to switch to the read option or-dare I say-Wildcat. I know that is a forbidden word these days.
It's not Tebow out there in black and teal, but Robinson will definitely make things more exciting on Sundays in Jacksonville.