In exchange for that pick, the Bucs will now select at No. 7 overall, the pick formerly held by the Jaguars while also receiving Jacksonville's fourth round pick at 101 overall.
All signs are pointing to the Jaguars picking Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon with their higher pick. It is still unsure who the Buccaneers will select, although it is believed that they will still select LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne at No. 7 overall.
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