The skinny: Defensive back isn't a high priority for the Jaguars because they took five in last year's draft, including cornerback Dwayne Gratz and safety Johnathan Cyprien and signed cornerback Alan Ball in free agency. All four starting spots are seemingly locked down for 2014, but the Jaguars would like to add some depth and special-teams players. One potential target is former Florida cornerback Jaylen Watkins, who impressed the coaching staff at the Senior Bowl because of his ability to play press coverage. Not many college corners are comfortable playing press coverage, but the Gators play a lot of it and Watkins has the size (5-foot-11, 194 pounds) the Jaguars like. He's a mid-round projection.