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New Poll: Who Should the Jacksonville Jaguars Select at #7 Overall?

April 22nd, 2012 at 2:15 PM
By Michael Hall

With it finally being draft week, we at Jaguars 101 have to ask: Who should the Jacksonville Jaguars Select at #7 overall? We have the options listed below with a short description of each prospect.

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WR Justin Blackmon

The top ranked receiver in the draft. He was the focal point of Oklahoma State's high-powered offense.

WR Michael Floyd

The second ranked receiver in the draft. He is a tall, physical receiver with a troubled past.

DE Quinton Coples

A freak of an athlete who could be the next Julius Peppers…If his work ethic didn't seem so sketchy.

DE Melvin Ingram

An undersized, high-motor defensive end that can be plugged in at any spot on the front seven and still remain productive.

OT Riley Reiff

A prototypical Iowa offensive lineman, he is sound in fundamentals and he is a blue-collar kind of guy.

CB Morris Claiborne

The top ranked corner in the draft who shut down opposing passing offenses at LSU.

CB Stephon Gilmore

A fast-rising cornerback who has great potential and caught the eye of Gene Smith

 

Tags: Football, Gene Smith, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jaguars, Julius Peppers, Justin Blackmon, Melvin Ingram, Michael Floyd, Morris Claiborne, NFL, Quinton Coples, Riley Reiff, Stephon Gilmore

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