Fowler, Williams or Ray for Jaguars?

Would Leonard Williams or Dante Fowler Jr. be a better fit for Jacksonville's defense? Getty Images, US TODAY Sports

Insider's NFL Front Office is taking a look at the draft decisions facing the teams picking in the top five of the 2015 NFL draft. In this edition, it takes over the Jacksonville Jaguars, looking at whether the team should trade down or upgrade the pass rush.

Mark Dominik serves as our general manager, Herm Edwards as our head coach, Louis Riddick as our director of pro personnel, Aaron Schatz as our director of analytics and Todd McShay as our director of college scouting.

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Pick 1: Bucs | Pick 2: Titans | Pick 3: Jaguars | Pick 4: Raiders | Pick 5: Redskins

Mark Dominik (general manager): We've been operating under the assumption that the top two quarterbacks, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, would go with the first two picks, and that's what has happened in this scenario as well. That's a good thing for us, as it frees us up to choose the best non-QB available in the draft after taking Blake Bortles last year, but it's a tough call deciding which player to select.

To me, this pick comes down to two players: USC defensive lineman Leonard Williams and Florida defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. I'm torn between the two, and I know you guys have some other players you think we should consider here, but I'm leaning toward Fowler. It's hard to pass on a talent like Williams, but the most important position in our defense is the "Leo" edge rusher, and Fowler is a perfect fit for it. He's explosive, fast, powerful and has multiple pass rush moves, and I see him as a double-digit sack guy for us from Day 1 if we draft him. Williams would be a great pick, but Fowler is a potential 15-sack guy.