Manziel is not the only Aggies prospect that is in play for the team, though.
O'Halloran writes that Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell wouldn't mind trading down from No. 3 to stockpile more picks, but wants to stay in the top 10. If Caldwell finds a willing trade partner, O'Halloran reports Matthews or former Aggies wide receiver Mike Evans, who would fill a need in Jacksonville, could be the Jaguars' top pick.
Now, the Jaguars, who paraded just about every top prospect through team headquarters last week, have done a masterful job of not tipping their hand by feeding the perception that they're open to just about every draft possibility. Of course, by this point in the evaluation process, they have a good idea of who they want to target, but they've disguised their intentions well, and that should only help them find a trade partner if they do ultimately decide to move down.
It's possible they'll be able to move down and still get Manziel, if the quarterback slides.
If Caldwell gets the opportunity to make a deal and takes it, he won't be trading down very far if he still wants a chance to land Matthews or Evans.