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Jacksonville Jaguars

GM: @CaliforniaJag –> 1 QB, 2 LB, 1 DL, 3 CB, 2 S, 1 WR, 2 OL,   –> 12 Picks

………..Traded away 2012 7th Round Pick (Ravens)

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23. Jacksonville (8-8)(Via Phi) – @CaliforniaJag – Christian Ponder, QB – FSU

2.26 Jacksonville (From Bal) @CaliforniaJag – Martez Wilson, OLB

2.28 Jacksonville (From Hou) @CaliforniaJag – Christian Ballard, DE/DT

3.16 Jacksonville (8-8) – @CaliforniaJag – Johnny Patrick, CB – Louisville

3.25 Jacksonville (From SD via Sea*) – @CaliforniaJag – Nate Irving, LB

4.24 (121) Jacksonville (Passed around like a sorority girl) : Rashad Carmichael, CB

5.08 (139) Jacksonville Jaguars (From Min): Deunta Williams, S – UNC

5.16 (147) Jacksonville Jaguars: Chris Culliver, S – South Carolina

5.19 (150) Jacksonville Jaguars (From Min)(f/NYG): Ronald Johnson, WR – USC

6.17 – 182. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jah Reid, OT – UCF

6.26 – 191. Jacksonville Jaguars (From Bal): Daniel Kilgore, OG/C – Appalachian St.

7.12 – 215. Jacksonville Jaguars (From Min): Richard Sherman, S/CB – Stanford

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Trade Log:

San Diego Chargers have traded pick 1.18, 3.25 and 7.18 for the Jacksonville Jaguars 1.16 and 4.24 picks.

Philadelphia Eagles have traded picks 1.23, 4.07 and 3rd (’12) for the Jacksonville Jaguars 1.18

Baltimore Ravens have traded picks 2.26, 3.26 & 6.26 for Jacksonville Jaguars 2.17 pick and a 7th (’12)

Jacksonville Jaguars trade pick 4.17 to Minnesota Vikings for picks 5.08, 5.19, and 7.12.

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23 Florida State QB Christian Ponder — Might’ve been considered at 16 even if Jags stood pat.

58 Illinois LB Martez Wilson — More measurables than might, but lots of ability at needy spot.

60 Iowa DT Christian Ballard — Fine value, but does pick indicate transition to 3-4 scheme?

80 Louisville CB Johnny Patrick — Elite ball skills, but smallish and projects as a nickel back.

89 North Carolina State LB Nate Irving — Probable second-round prospect if not for injuries.

121 Virginia Tech CB Rashad Carmichael — Playmaking ability, but another sub-package type.

139 North Carolina S Deunta Williams — Jags going hard after defensive backs with hands.

147 South Carolina CB/S Chris Culliver — Major character flags; odd pick for G.M. Gene.

150 USC WR Ronald Johnson — Slot receiver upside, a position at which Jags are set.

182 UCF OT Jah Reid — A Mayock favorite; Could emerge as starting-caliber right tackle.

191 Appalachian State G/C Daniel Kilgore — Impressive versatility, length, athleticism.

215 Stanford S/CB Richard Sherman — Converted wideout showed he can make big plays.

The Jags did all of this while picking up third- and seventh-round picks in the 2012 draft.  The question is whether they added any true impact players in the short term.  Wilson’s game film doesn’t match his size-speed combo, and Ballard isn’t much of a pass rusher at an already strong position.  Ponder, obviously, is the key to the draft.  And Jacksonville sets him up nicely for “development” with David Garrard capable of holding down the fort for one more season.  Still, the secondary doesn’t look much better, and the Jaguars failed to address their middling pass rush.

Grade: C+

Graded by Evan Silva – Rotoworld.com – @EvanSilva

Comments on: "Jacksonville Jaguars" (1)

  1. Also trade with San Diego: Philadelphia’s 3rd (’12) for 4.24 and San Diego’s 7th (’12).

    Just a note, we realized after the first San Diego trade that San Diego did not have pick 7.18, so that pick was lost from that trade.

    Other than that it looks perfect, thanks!

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