Everyone expects that the Jacksonville Jaguars will be drafting a quarterback early in the 2014 NFL Draft, but just how early will it be? The Jaguars could have some intriguing options with the No. 3 overall pick that may sway them away from selecting a signal-caller with their top pick, so the second and third-round would become a real option.

If that is the case, one player to watch out for is Georgia’s Aaron Murray, who is currently rehabbing a torn ACL.

Former NFL scout Russ Lande recently wrote, ”General Manager David Caldwell learned under Bill Polian and Thomas Dimitroff, who both place a ton of emphasis on film evaluation and college production.”

He added that ”there is some sentiment around the league that the Jaguars would prefer to select a pass rusher in the first round.”