The rumors about the Jaguars considering Amari Cooper were untrue. The front office drafted two receivers early the previous year, so it wants to give them time to develop. If, however, one of them disappoints this upcoming season, this will be an option Jacksonville will explore. There was previous optimism about Justin Blackmon turning things around, but it seems like the team has given up on him now.
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Rd. 2, Pk. 9
Max Tuerk, C, USC
The Jaguars signed Stefen Wisniewski, but that was just to a 1-year deal, so they may need a new center after this season.
The Jaguars add a stud shutdown corner to take the Richard Sherman role in Gus Bradley's defense.
Hargreaves totaled 50 tackles, three interceptions and 13 passes broken up in 2014. He went toe to toe with Amari Cooper and held his own. Both players showcased their elite skills and proved to be top prospects for the NFL. Cooper made some catches over Hargreaves, but unlike other defensive backs, Cooper wasn't getting separation or burning the Gator cover corner.
The 5-foot-11, 192-pound Hargreaves has natural cover skills to run with wideouts and not allow separation. Sources have said that Hargreaves is a star off the field as well as a good teammate, worker and citizen. As a true freshman in 2013, he recorded interceptions in his first three college games while totaling 11 pass breakups and 38 tackles for the year.
Pick change; previously Joey Bosa, DE
Rd. 2, Pk. 4
Shawn Oakman, DE/3-4DE, Baylor
The Jaguars add an end to go on the other side from Dante Fowler.
Many teams anticipated that Oakman would enter the 2015 NFL Draft, and according to multiple teams, they were grading him on Day 2. They felt he lacks instincts and technique, so he needs development. In some ways, Oakman is similar athlete and prospect to Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Margus Hunt, a second-round pick in 2013.
Oakman notched 48 tackles with 18.5 tackles for a loss, 10 sacks, three passes batted and three forced fumbles in 2014. Oakman (6-9, 280) cooled down as the season progressed. He looks like a great fit as a five-technique defensive end in a 3-4 defense or base end in a 4-3 defense. Sources said teams have some off-the-field concerns with Oakman that date back to his time at Penn State.