Draft Prospects Scheduled to Visit Jaguars

With the draft less than two weeks away, the Jaguars are finalizing their draft board. They are using this week to bring in several prospects, and JagNation is on the scene. Find out who will be visiting Jacksonville this week, and where they may be picked.

The secondary is one of the many position groups where the Jaguars could use some help. They are getting busy this week by inviting several young players from the largest university in the country, to several colleges that you likely have never heard of to the facilities for visits. Here are some of the players:

Ryan Mouton - CB- Hawaii- This former JC All-American has great athletic ability, but lacks size, as he stands just 5'9", 187 lbs. Mouton has 4.3 speed and can play on both sides of the football. Mouton will likely be a late-round pick.

Donald Washington - CB- Ohio State- Largely overshadowed by playing across from Malcolm Jenkins, Washington decided to make himself an early entry to the NFL draft. Washington has very good size at 6'0", 197 lbs., but is very raw. He relies on athleticism and will likely take some time to develop. Washington projects as a late-round pick.

Jason McCourty - CB, Rutgers-
Undersized but speedy, McCourty has been clocked in the 4.2's at 5'11", 193 lbs. He reads the quarterback and can get fooled from time to time. Possible late-round pick or a priority free agent.

Gregory Toler - CB, St. Pauls-
Good athlete, but there are major questions about the level of competition he's faced. 5'11", 191 lbs., runs in the 4.4's, and has good hands. Three-time all-conference selection. Projected as a late-round pick.

Deangelo Willingham - CB, Tennessee-
Big, strong, and athletic, Willingham stands 5'11", 217 lbs. 4.4 speed, 36" vertical. Expected to be a priority free agent.

Derek Cox - CB, William & Mary-
Great height at 6'1" and kickoff return ability, but once again there are questions about the level of competition in the CAA. 4.3 speed, expected to be a priority free agent.

Peter Ittersagen - CB, Wheaton-
Another D3 player, he has average size at 5'11", 192 lbs., good speed (4.4's), and can be a weapon in the return game.

Dahna Deleston - SS, Uconn-
Overshadowed by some of the other top talent at Connecticut, Deleston has solid size at 6'0", 212 lbs., good speed (4.4's), and can be a contributor right away on special teams.


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