One of the highest profile pro days of the offseason was on Thursday when the Jaguars sent several high-ranking team officials to West Virginia to watch quarterback Geno Smith, but Michigan and Oregon also drew the Jaguars' interest, according to reports.
While Dion Jordan did not participate due to a recent shoulder surgery that still had his arm in a sling on Thursday, the Jaguars still sent linebackers coach Mark Duffner to the event, where he ran the linebacker drills, according to Rob Rang of CBS Sports. That means that the player the Jaguars were likely there to see was Kiko Alonso, a 6-3, 238-pound linebacker that recorded 81 tackles, four interceptions and 14 tackles for loss in his senior season.
The Jaguars also sent running backs coach Terry Richardson to the Michigan Pro Day where Denard Robinson did some running back and wide receiver drills, according to Gil Brandt of NFL.com. "Shoelace," the player designated to be on to cover of EA Sports' "NCAA Football 14," played quarterback, running back and wide receiver during his time with the Wolverines, and has the most career offensive yardage in University of Michigan history.
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