Yup, that's basically every top quarterback prospect in this class.
"It was good for me to visit with them," Bradley said via the Florida Times-Union. "It's great. You have the physical side and you have the mental side. I was really intrigued mentally by how these guys compete. I believe there are different levels of guys competing mindset wise. It really intrigues me to have a chance to sit down with these quarterbacks and go through that. I think it was really good to find some things out."
The Jaguars, oddly, are in a good spot. They need a quarterback, but there's no one worthy of the No. 2 overall pick. (Guys like offensive tackle Luke Joeckel, defensive end Dion Jordan and offensive tackle Eric Fisher are visiting with the Jaguars on Wednesday.) With teams like the Buffalo Bills and Arizona Cardinals picking up veterans like Kevin Kolb and Carson Palmer, there's a good chance the Jaguars will have nice options at quarterback from which to choose in the second round.