(SportsNetwork.com) - The Jaguars made their decision at the quarterback position last year when they drafted Blake Bortles meaning the organization is in a great position this time around with the No. 3 overall selection.

If things fall as expected and Tampa Bay selects Florida State QB Jameis Winston with the No. 1 overall pick and Tennessee either drafts Marcus Mariota or trades out to an organization that wants the Oregon Heisman Trophy winner, that leaves the Jags with the pick of the litter.

Many have focused on Florida's Dante Fowler, the best edge player in the draft, as the logical choice for the Jags but if Southern Cal's Leonard Williams, the best overall prospect in the class, falls, he will be hard to pass up.

Fowler is the better fit based on need but Williams is a versatile player who can line up virtually anywhere on the defensive line and has the potential to be a dominant player.

2014 Record: 3-13

Top Needs: DE, OL, CB, RB

First Three Picks: No. 3, No. 36, No. 67

Number of Selections: 7 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

RECENT FIRST ROUND HISTORY: 2014 - Blake Bortles (QB, Central Florida); 2013 - Luke Joeckel (OT, Texas A&M); 2012 - Justin Blackmon (WR, Oklahoma State); 2011 - Blaine Gabbert (QB, Missouri); 2010 - Tyson Alualu (DT, California); 2009 - Eugene Monroe (T, Virginia); 2008 - Derrick Harvey (DE, Florida); 2007 - Reggie Nelson (S, Florida); 2006 - Marcedes Lewis (TE, UCLA); 2005 - Matt Jones (WR, Arkansas)