OK, draft obsessives. I couldn’t resist dangling this out there for you, mostly because I think it pans out wonderfully for Jacksonville. Here are the AFC South highlights from Todd McShay’s first 2011 mock draft. He bases the order on power rankings from Scouts Inc. 9th – Jacksonville Jake Locker, QB, Washington “Locker falling to No. 9 overall is a direct result of team needs and it won't be surprising if he becomes the top overall pick. The Jaguars should be in the market for David Garrard's replacement during next year's draft and they couldn't pass on a talent like Locker if he somehow is available when they select.” 16th – Tennessee Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska “The Titans upgraded their pass rush with the selection of DE Derrick Morgan at No. 16 this year, so next year will be time to find a potential top cover corner. Amukamara is an early candidate thanks to a strong combination of instincts, size and ball skills.” 17th – Houston Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina “Austin can be an active interior force but he needs to keep his motor revving at full throttle in 2010 in order to maximize his draft stock.” 31st – Indianapolis Mike Pouncey, OG/C, Florida “The Colts elected not to draft an offensive lineman until Round 4 this year so don't be surprised if they take a more aggressive approach in 2011. Mike Pouncey, twin brother of Steelers' first-round selection Maurkice, could emerge as an early-round pick if he makes a successful move inside to center this fall.” That’s all I could get declassified. You’ve got to be an Insider to see the whole thing .