The Jaguars will have numbers in early May. That much is certain.

David Caldwell wouldn’t mind a few more.

Caldwell, the Jaguars’ General Manager, on Thursday said while the team has 10 selections in the 2014 NFL Draft, he would be open to trading from the No. 3 overall position to garner more selections in what many consider one of the most-talented, deepest drafts in recent memory.

The Jaguars have their allotted selections in Rounds 1-7, with an extra fifth-round selection from trading wide receiver Mike Thomas to the Detroit Lions in 2012 and an extra fourth- and fifth-round selection from trading left tackle Eugene Monroe to the Baltimore Ravens this past October.

“We have 10 picks already and when we did the Eugene Monroe trade, we felt it would be a deep draft,” Caldwell said Thursday while speaking to the media at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. “We feel really good about having an extra four and an extra five.”

“It would be beneficial to us if we trade down.”

Caldwell, in his second Combine as the Jaguars’ General Manager, spoke from a podium for a little more than 10 minutes Thursday, then spoke to a small crowd of reporters for 10 minutes more before doing one-on-one interviews with Sirius/XM Radio, Fox Sports 1 and CBS Sports, among other outlets.

While speaking, he said the team’s thoughts about the draft absolutely have been confirmed – and that not only is the ’14 draft class deep, but very talented.

“It is good,” Caldwell said. “The whole first round is a really good first-round this year, and really, the draft throughout is one of the better ones I’ve had.”

The draft’s talent level is a major theme this week, with NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock saying, “From my perspective, this is the deepest and best draft class I've seen in probably ten years.”