Nineteen undrafted rookies will try out at the Jaguars’ minicamp this weekend, the club said Thursday.
Alcorn State wide receiver Terrance Lewis, who returned 10 kickoffs for touchdowns in four collegiate seasons, is among the invitees to the Jaguars’ rookie minicamp, as is Nebraska defensive end Cameron Meredith, who had five sacks in each of his two seasons with the Cornhuskers. Lewis was graded as the top return specialist in Pro Football Weekly‘s 2013 Draft Preview.
Other players invited are Missouri Western State offensive tackle Macon Allen, Louisville center Mario Benavides, Tulsa fullback Willie Carter, Harvard punter Jacob Dombrowski, San Jose State running back De’Leon Eskridge, Ole Miss defensive tackle Uriah Grant, Akron defensive end J.D. Griggs, UCF running back Brynn Harvey, Western Kentucky quarterback Kawaun Jakes, Arkansas defensive tackle DeQuinta Jones, Jackson State linebacker Joseph LeBeau, Colorado linebacker Jon Major, Washington center Drew Schaefer, Purdue center Rick Schmeig, Stanford defensive tackle Terrence Stephens, South Carolina placekicker Adam Yates and Kansas guard Duane Zlatnik.
The Jaguars are slated to have 50 rookies at the minicamp, with 23 signed undrafted free agents and eight drafted rookies also attending. The minicamp runs from Friday, May 10 through Sunday, May 12.