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2018 NFL Draft: Live tracker of prospect visits with Jacksonville Jaguars

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have been busy this offseason, especially as it concerns the 2018 NFL Draft — and it’s not really that surprising, considering they have Tom Coughlin heading the front office. We thought it would be helpful to show who they’ve met with so far at the Senior Bowl, NFL Combine, Pro Days, and who they’ve brought in for workouts.

Thanks to for the help in compiling all the prospect data.

Pre-draft workouts

Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma

Jerome Baker, OLB, Ohio State

Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma

Jermaine Carter, OLB, Maryland

Tyrell Crosby, OT, Oregon

Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama

Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa

Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State

Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State

Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama

Connor Hilland, G, William & Mary

Jeff Holland, DE/OLB, Auburn

Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina

Keith Kirkwood, WR, Temple

Davion Liner, DT, Arkansas State

Skai Moore, OLB, South Carolina

Kingsley Opara, DT, Maryland

Eddy Pineiro, K, Florida

Billy Price, G/C, Ohio State

Malik Reaves, CB, Villanova

Will Richardson, OT, N.C. State

Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana

Malik Williams, RB, Louisville

Kenny Young, ILB, UCLA

NFL Combine meetings

Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma

Ryan Nall, FB, Oregon State

Dante Pettis, WR, Washington

Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana

Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State

Pro Day attendance

Mike Basile, FS, Monmouth (NJ)

Curtis Cothran, DT, Penn State

Bobby Fulp, FS, East Carolina

Chris Hardeman, FS, Houston Baptist

Trey Johnson, CB, Villanova

Cavon Walker, DE, Maryland

Malik Williams, RB, Louisville

East-West Shrine Game

D’Ernest Johnson, RB, South Florida

Senior Bowl

Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State

Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State

Shaquem Griffin, LB, UCF


As of this writing they’ve met with two quarterbacks: Baker Mayfield and Mason Rudolph. The Jaguars have shown extensive interest elsewhere so the first round ain’t gonna happen and unless this team trades up in the second round (which Dave Caldwell loves to do) I think both are long gone before then. It’s not gonna happen this year, folks. We’re riding into 2018 with Blake Bortles, Cody Kessler, and a late-round guy (or UDFA).

But they’ve met with five players multiple times — tight ends Mark Andrews, Ian Thomas, Mike Gesicki, and Hayden Hurst and running back Malik Williams. Williams wasn’t really a dominant force on offense, totaling just 819 yards from scrimmage in two seasons. He’s more known as a kick returner, averaging 22.5 yards per return.

Also, three tackles vs. two guards. I wonder if replacing Jermey Parnell is more a priority than replacing A.J. Cann.

It’s going to be a tight end and offensive lineman in the first two rounds.