Jaguars Host More Draft Visits

With the Jaguars impending switch to a 3-4 defense, the team is looking for more help on the defensive line. JagNation has a list of visitors who the Jaguars invited into town this week.

Connor Barwin - DE - Cincinnati - Barwin is a supreme athlete who played both tight end and defensive end while at Cincinnati. He also played basketball as a freshman and was one of the best pass rushers in the Big East a year ago. For more on Barwin:

Clinton McDonald - DT - Memphis -
McDonald is a little small at 6'2", 283 lbs. to play on the nose, but he is very good in the three-technique. McDonald was selected first team all-C-USA as a senior, and has good burst and solid athleticism. McDonald is currently projected as a fifth to sixth-round pick.

Antoine Holmes - DT - NC State -
Former JC transfer who can play both defensive end and tackle (6'2", 289 lbs.). Extremely strong, put up 32 reps (of 225 lbs.) at his pro day, and has been clocked as low as 4.70 in the 40. Holmes is expected to be a priority free agent.

Roy Miller - DT - Texas -
Classic run-stuffing nose tackle at 6'1", 310 lbs., demands double-teams and has some burst to get to the passer. First team all-Big 12 selection as a senior. Stock is rising, currently a mid-round pick.

Tremaine Johnson - DE - LSU -
Expected to go undrafted, this 6'2", 285 lb. prospect can play both tackle or end. Workout numbers are average, Johnson was largely overshadowed by his LSU teammates.

Jeremy Navarre - DE - Maryland -
Navarre has played both end and tackle in his collegiate career. Average athleticism, but can get around the edge. Should be a perfect 3-4 end. Currently projected as a priority free agent.

Justin Brown - DE - Notre Dame -
Very intelligent, athletic end who can get to the edge. Brown can cause disruption in the backfield, due to his excellent athleticism. Likely will go undrafted.

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