While most draft projections have assumed Jacksonville will take a pass rusher like Florida's Dante Fowler, Jr. with the No. 3 overall pick, Florio says "chatter" has began that the team will instead select Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper.
If so, it would give Bortles a legitimate No. 1 receiving threat. Cooper is considered by draft analysts to be the top wideout in what is a deep draft class of receivers.