This will be a storyline for much of the pre-draft process: Who should the Jaguars take with the No. 1 overall pick? A year ago, it was a layup: Trevor Lawrence. Now, headed for the top selection in back-to-back years, Jacksonville obviously doesn't need a quarterback, and unfortunately for them, there isn't a QB in this class worth moving up to first overall to grab. That means the Jags could take the best player -- for us, that's Aidan Hutchinson followed by Kayvon Thibodeaux -- except there's one problem: The team has used a first-round pick on an edge rusher in two of the last three drafts. Which leads us to this week's mock draft, where we have the team stepping outside the box, passing on both Hutchinson and Thibodeaux and instead taking Alabama left tackle Evan Neal, who previously played right tackle and left guard before that. Neal fills a huge need along the O-line in Jacksonville, where protecting Lawrence has to be Job No. 1.