Historically, the Jacksonville Jaguars have been one of the more unpredictable teams leading into the NFL draft. They have plenty of needs and all but one option with the No. 2 pick.
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"We're pretty close -- it's down to two people," Caldwell said.
The popular guesses are a pass rusher -- possibly Dion Jordan -- or quarterback Geno Smith. The Jaguars have continued to support quarterback Blaine Gabbert though he is a leftover from the previous regime. The issue with Smith is that some analysts don't think any of this year's quarterbacks are deserving of a first-round pick, let alone the No. 2. But the class is what it is this year.
Caldwell said he doubts a deal will surface for the Jags to trade out of the slot, but there's no consensus home runs in this draft. There isn't an Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Cam Newton, Von Miller, Sam Bradford or Ndamukong Suh. Like John Elway said, it's just not a great year to have a top-five pick.