Toss in a surprising new name into the speculation about which pass rusher the Jaguars will take in the second pick in the draft.

The Jaguars website, Jaguars.com, said in its first mock draft that it is guessing BYU's Ziggy (Ezekiel) Ansah could be the tean's pick.

That would be a gamble because he's from Ghana, has played football only three years after being a walkon at BYU and and has started for one year.

But even though he didn't do any special training for the combine, he showed his athletic talent when the 6-foot-5 271 pounder ran a 4.63 in the 40, the sixth fastest time for a defensive lineman. His vertical jump of 34 1/2 was seventh best and his 10-yard split of 1.56 was second to Barkevious Mingo. His agent, Frank Bauer, said he'd never run a 40 in his life.

Ansah is a low key type who said after he posted the 40-yard time at the scouting combine, "I know people tell me, "Z is calm, Z is is calm.' That is who I am I'm not going to be out there going crazy. This is me.''

Ansah has been compared to Jason Pierre-Paul of the Giants. Ansah said he has studied Pierre-Paul's play.

The speculation is that Ansah will go in the top ten, possibly to the Browns at No. 6.

With his lack of football experience, taking him would be a roll of the dice for the Jaguars new regime at the second spot.

A safer pick might be Florida defensive tackle, Sharrif Floyd, who is listed as going third to Oakland in the team's mock draft.

The stock of Florida State's defensive end Bjoern Werner, has fallen and he listed as going 17th to Pittsburgh by the team's website although some mock drafts have him going to the Jaguars.

If nothing else, the speculation about Ansah will cause a lot of buzz in the weeks leading up to the draft that starts on April 25.