There’s still plenty of intrigue at the top of the NFL draft.

The Jaguars haven’t revealed their intentions with the No. 1 pick, although Michigan edge rusher Aidan Hutchinson, North Carolina State tackle Ikem Ekwonu and Georgia edge rusher Travon Walker are viewed around the league as the shortlist of candidates.

The lack of clarity can be boiled down to a couple of factors. First, after selecting Trevor Lawrence at No. 1 in 2021, the Jaguars won’t be taking a quarterback. Second, even though there are some highly regarded prospects at the top of the draft, there aren’t any slam-dunk franchise cornerstones.

“Overall, it’s a down year compared to previous years,” an executive told The Athletic.

Four executives, two coaches and one general manager were asked who they’d select with the first pick if they were the Jaguars.

Three chose Hutchinson. Two picked Ekwonu. One took Walker.

And the last?

“I’d probably trade the damn thing,” the general manager said. “It depends if somebody wants to come get it. If you’ve got four or five guys who you like, and you can slide back some spots to get some extra picks, it’s something to consider.”