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The Jaguars, Buccaneers and Dolphins have decisions to make in the upcoming NFL Draft. At this point, not even the mock drafts agree on who the teams should select.
With the No. 2 pick in the NFL Draft, the Jaguars have the opportunity to land one of the top prospects in the draft, but who Jacksonville will pick remains a question.
The Jaguars could go a number of ways with their pick, but most experts project them to take either a quarterback of one of a handful of defensive ends. In his latest mock draft, Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com projects the Jaguars to go defense with the No. 2 pick and select defensive end Dion Jordan from Oregon. Following his pro day performance, quarterback Geno Smith has risen up some mock drafts, including SB Nation's, which has Jacksonville selecting Smith.
Tampa Bay could go in a number of ways with their first-round pick. Jeremiah projects the Bucs to select speedy wide receiver Tavon Austin at No. 13. Austin is among the more explosive players in the draft and could form a dangerous combination with Vincent Jackson. SB Nation projects the Bucs to go defense with Tampa Bay selecting defensive tackle Star Lotulelei.
The latest mock drafts are also split on who Miami will select at No. 12. Jeremiah projects the Dolphins to bolster their offensive line by selecting Alabama guard Chance Warmack. SB Nation, however, predicts Miami to go defense with Florida State cornerback Xavier Rhodes. Both picks could help the Dolphins next year as Miami continues to search for offensive line depth and has a hole at cornerback following the departure of Sean Smith.
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