With no clear top pick in this year's draft, this year's No. 1 overall selection doesn't hold the same weight that it has in recent years.
Last year, the Jacksonville Jaguars' No. 1 selection of Trevor Lawrence was a forgone conclusion months before the draft. This year, the organization says it's weighing options between four different possibilities at No. 1.
With that in mind, the Jags could trade back to No. 4 and still get one of their top options. But according to recent reports from NBC Sports' Mike Florio, no team is interested in trading up to No. 1.
During a pre-draft press conference last week, Jacksonville GM Trent Baalke said no team had called about trading up. And now just hours before the draft begins, it appears the same could be true today.
Unless the Lions (No. 2), Texans (No. 3) or Jets (No. 4) decide they want to lock in their top pick, the Jaguars will likely select with the No. 1 overall pick for the second year in a row.