According to Charlie Bernstein of FOX Sports, the Jacksonville Jaguars were seen talking to a few players today at the Senior bowl. Among the players observed, the Jaguars spoke to Michigan State inside linebacker Greg Jones, Ohio State linebacker Ross Homan, and ECU wide receiver Dwayne Harris.
I mentioned Greg Jones in my "Five to Watch" story earlier. Ross Homan, another linebacker, is shorter like Greg Jones. He measured in at 6-0 and 230 pounds. He's an active linebacker with a good motor and is very adept in zone coverage. He's not a great athlete and lacks top end speed, and is a bit small for the inside at the NFL level.
Dwayne Harris from East Carolina measured in at almost 5-10 and 200 pounds even. He's good decent size for a receiver (similar to Mike Thomas) and has excellent hands. He's known as a very good route runner, but his top end speed is a big question mark. Harris was known as a clutch player at ECU often coming up with critical third down receptions.
Jaguars have also spoken with Oregon linebacker Casey Matthews, NC State linebacker Nate Irving, and Miami(FL) wide receiver Leonard Hankerson. The Jaguars will meet with Washington quarterback Jake Locker later today.