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Jacksonville Jaguars 2017 rookie minicamp: All 64 players invited

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NCAA Football: Central Florida at East Carolina James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars will host their 2017 rookie minicamp on Friday and Saturday of this week and they’ll be inviting 64 players to take part — seven drafted players, 16 undrafted free agents, and 39 workout players.

Who are all these players and who should you watch out for?

2017 Jaguars draft class

Round Overall Player College
Round Overall Player College
1 4 RB Leonard Fournette LSU
2 34 OT Cam Robinson Alabama
3 68 DE Dawuane Smoot Illinois
4 110 WR Dede Westbrook Oklahoma
5 148 LB Blair Brown Ohio
7 222 CB Jalen Myrick Minnesota
7 240 FB Marquez Williams Miami

The 2017 draft class is headlined by two cornerstones of the future Jaguars running game — running back Leonard Fournette and Cam Robinson. From there, it’s role players, backups, and guys who could potentially unseat starters. Dawuane Smoot will get looks at defensive end opposite Yannick Ngakoue and I’m sure Dede Westbrook will see plenty of time as the team’s slot receiver. Blair Brown will be locked into the MIKE and WILL linebacker spots, serving as insurance for Telvin Smith and Myles Jack.

2017 UDFA signings

Player Position College
Player Position College
Bluiett, Caleb TE Texas
Cole, Keelan WR Kentucky Wesleyan
Collins, Parker OL Appalachian State
Cook, Tim RB Oregon State
Cutrer, Jeremy CB Middle Tennessee State
Davis, P.J. LB Georgia Tech
Dimick, Hunter DE Utah
Etta-Tawo, Amba WR Syracuse
Gennesy, Avery OT Texas A&M
Horton, Justin OLB Jacksonville
Lupeamanu, Tueni DL Idaho
Mathers, I'Tavius RB Middle Tennessee State
Miller, Charlie S Dartmouth
Phillips, Carroll DE/LB Illinois
Robinson, Ezra CB Tennessee State
Walker, Kenny WR UCLA

There are some seriously good players in this UDFA class — some of which I thought would get drafted. Amba Etta-Tawo was a great receiver and could hold onto the No. 5 receiver spot (or No. 6 if the Jaguars decide to keep that many). Parker Collins is a big, physical center. And Carroll Phillips gets rave reviews even from fans outside of Illinois.

2017 rookie workout players

Player Position College
Player Position College
Amos, Royus OL Samford
Atkins, Lamar RB Louisville
Barge, Josh WR Jacksonville State
Blount, Jamerson DB Samford
Broyld, Ashton TE West Georgia
Crawford, Corey DL Clemson
Dawson, Sheldon DB Tennessee-Martin
Dowdle, Charlie TE St. Thomas (Minn.)
Gregory, Worth P East Carolina
Harper, Jarrod DB West Virginia
Hayworth, Tyler OL Wake Forest
Henry-Ajudua, Frederick LB North Carolina Central
Holman, Justin QB Central Florida
Howell, Marshall WR John Carroll
Huff, Trevin OL Bethune-Cookman
Irwin, Sean TE Colorado
Jones, TJ OL Florida A&M
Knight, Alex P Southeast Missouri State
Latu, Vilami DL Arizona State
Law, John LB Appalachian State
Leidner, Mitch QB Minnestoa
Maurice, Kevin DL Nebraska
Mazza, Cole LS Alabama
Middleton, Eduardo OL Washington State
Miller, Drake OL Ball State
Moala, David DL Utah State
Moeakiola, Vilami DB Arizona State
Morgan, Wayne DB Syracuse
Mortell, Peter P Minnestoa
Nelson, Monty DL North Carolina State
Reddish, Brandon DB Syracuse
Spencer, Joe OL Illinois
Summers, Christian WR Towson
Terrell, Zach QB Western Michigan
Thompson, Ron DL Syracuse
Vaden, Jordan DB Colorado State
Waugh, Terence DL Kent State
Weiler, Nicholas K North Carolina
Winston, Nehemiah TE UC Davis

I wouldn’t expect anyone from this group to make it past the rookie minicamp, but seeing UCF quarterback Justin Holman on the list is fun.