The Jacksonville Jaguars snagged an elite prospect on Thursday with the No. 5 overall pick.
Florida State cornerback Jalen Ramsey has all of the tools to make Jaguars fan excited but the draft isn't done.
With six rounds and seven picks to go, there is still plenty of talent to add this weekend.
Here are some prospects the Jaguars should target on Day 2:
Myles Jack, LB, UCLA
The fall for Jack was dramatic on Thursday. His knee injury cost him millions but now the Jaguars can take advantage. He's a talented player with the ability to play in several spots and without the injury was clearly worth a Top 5 pick. It's a risk to take a guy with medical issues, but the value if he's okay in the short-term may be worth it.
Noah Spence, DE, Eastern Kentucky
You've taken care of your secondary with a very clean prospect, now is the time to take a risk. Spence was dismissed from Ohio State for off-the-field issues and took advantage of his second chance against inferior talent. In his final college season, Spence produced 22.5 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks.
Javon Hargrave, DT, South Carolina State
Gus Bradley has discussed wanting multiple platoons on the defensive line. Hargrave, a small school wonder, would be another big man to rush up the interior for Jacksonville. The 6-foot-1, 309-pound lineman could play both defensive tackle roles and serve as a potential successor to Roy Miller. In four seasons at South Carolina State, Hargrave produced 16 sacks and 23.5 tackles for loss.
Chris Jones, DT, Mississippi State
If you've noticed, I'm a fan of interior pressure. Jones may be the most talented player on this list. Still very raw, his physical tools are impressive. He had 7.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks in his final season at Ole Miss. He would be a long-term partner for Malik Jackson and Jared Odrick.
Jonathan Bullard, DE/DT, Florida
The Jaguars like hybrid players and Bullard fits the Seattle-style rotational pedigree that may appeal to Bradley. A talented pass rusher from the inside and outside, Bullard could be a nice fallback plan at the weakside pass rusher position. He has the ability to move around the line like Malik Jackson, so having a similar player to rotate could be appealing.
Shilique Calhoun, DE, Michigan State
One of the better EDGE players remaining on the board, Calhoun could fill a serious void behind Dante Fowler and Ryan Davis. In his final season at Michigan State, Calhoun produced 10.5 sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss. At 6-foot-4 and 251 pounds, Calhoun fits the bill at Leo.
Christian Westerman, OG, Arizona State
The Jaguars coached Westerman at the Reese's Senior Bowl and he stood out in practices. A long-time starter for the Sun Devils, Westerman has the experience and size to make a difference in the run game. He has the ability to play both guard spots and center, giving the Jaguars options inside. At 6-foot-3 and 298 pounds, Westerman was one of the top in the bench press at the NFL Combine, lifting 34 reps in Indianapolis.
Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson
A one-year wonder with plenty of upside, Dodd somehow fell out of the first round. He produced 12 sacks and 23.5 tackles for loss in his final season at Clemson. At 6-foot-5 and 277 pounds, he's a bit big for Leo, but could still rotate as a pass rushing specialist.
Joshua Perry, LB, Ohio State
The Jaguars could afford to upgrade the depth at middle linebacker. Perry has the ability to blitz and play in space. He can engage blocks and chase running backs. A proficient tackler, Perry would be an intriguing successor to Paul Posluszny. The 6-foot-4 and 254 pound linebacker ran a 4.60-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine and started in his final two seasons at Ohio State.
Kyler Fackrell, LB, Utah State
The Jaguars should give Dan Skuta some competition at the Otto position. Fackrell is a very talented player with the ability to blitz, rush off the edge and play the run. At 6-foot-5 and 245 pounds, he can be used at linebacker and defensive end in a rotation as a rookie before finding his long-term role.
Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama
Another player that fell way further than most expected, Ragland could be a nice add on Day 2. The Posluszny succession plan needs to begin sooner than later. Ragland fits as a two-down run stopper that can plug holes. He was flagged with an enlarged aorta, which made him fall out of the first round, but he may be worth the risk in the second round.
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