JagNation Stock Report: TE

The first week of Jaguars training camp is complete, and we at JagNation have seen a lot of good things, and also some not so good things from the team. Highlighting the positives has been the play of Marcedes Lewis.

Marcedes Lewis - Stock is up
Lewis started off camp a little slow by dropping quite a few passes, but has rebounded nicely, and looks like the Jaguars best receiving option at tight end. Lewis has also shown a nice ability to block thus far in camp.

George Wrighster - Stock is down
Wrighster has been placed on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list and hasn't practiced thus far in camp. Out of sight, out of mind, and Wrighster's job may be in jeopardy.

Jermaine Wiggins - Stock is even
Wiggins is a football player. He waddles down the field, and finds openings in the zone, and catches the ball. Wiggins hasn't been outstanding, but he will likely secure a roster spot.

Greg Estandia - Stock is up
Estandia is a fantastic target in the middle of the field, and has caught pretty much everything thrown his way. Estandia has shown nice hands, and a surprising amount of athleticism.

Isaac Smolko - Stock is up
Smolko has put forth the maximum effort in camp thus far, and had a real nice scrimmage Friday night, catching a touchdown pass. Ultimately, Smolko will likely be a victim of numbers unless he really shows something in the preseason games.

Richard Angulo - Stock is down
Angulo hasn't done anything to distinguish himself among the massive group of tight ends vying for a roster position.

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