The Jaguars are certainly in need of a franchise quarterback, and while some would argue that Blaine Gabbert hasn't definitively proven he can't be that person, he certainly hasn't proven that he will be. However, the 2013 NFL Draft doesn't appear to be the right draft to have a big need at the position as it doesn't have the top quarterback prospects that the 2012 NFL Draft did. General manager David Caldwell isn't ruling out the possibility that a quarterback could be the second overall selection, though, according to Pro Football Weekly: "You never know. You've got to go through the process. We'll see. Maybe one identifies himself for us. It's too early. Sometimes it may not look like there's a quarterback now and you go through the process and you find a guy,'' Caldwell said.