Care to use this as a mock draft threat if you like. Enjoy!
Mike Sims-Walker - This will be a late addition, and a very cheap one. He has shown his talent here in Jacksonville, and if he can show that he's healthy in camp, he'll likely make the roster, and possibly earn a starting position. He had knee surgery in November to correct what ever has been going wrong in his knee. 1 year $800,000
1. Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina - I think Ingram is a better player than Coples, because Ingram doesn't have any known flaws in his game, as their are ?s about Coples. Ingram is a good pass rusher, and can very well be the next Dwight Freeney.
2. Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers - Sanu ran a 4.41 40 yard dash the other day at his pro day. That's a big step from his 4.67 40 yard dash at his combine, where he was reportedly "not feeling well". Many across the internet think he can be a great Z receiver, and that's what we need across from Robinson, a Z receiver.
3. Marvin McNutt WR Iowa - McNutt has the making of a big possesion/red zone target. He's 6'4" 215 lbs, and has a knack for going up and bring down the football.
4. Andrew Datko OT Florida State - Has the tools to be an NFL starter at RT. If he can develop nicely, he'll be a solid starter one day.
5. Joe Looney OG Wake Forest - Another guy to develop, can mature into a starting guard, but for now, just a reserve.
6. Rhett Ellison TE USC - Tight End who can block well, and be solid as a receiving tight end, more valuable than Zach Potter.
7. Ifeanyi Momah WR Boston College - Practice Squad. 6'6" 230 lbs.
FB: Greg Jones, Brock Bolen
TE: Marcedes Lewis, Zach Miller, Rhett Ellison
X WR: Laurent Robinson,
Mike Sims-Walker, Taylor Price
Z WR: Mohamed Sanu, Marvin McNutt
LG: Will Rackley, Joe Looney
RG: Uche Nwaneri
NT: Terrance Knighton, CJ Mosley
SLB: Daryl Smith
Nickel: Drew Coleman
K: Josh Scobee
P: Spenece Lanning
LS: Jeremy Cain