JagNation Is Naming Names

NFL teams draft boards are seemingly guarded more securely than Fort Knox, and with the value of the American economy the draft boards may be worth more. We've found our way inside for a quick peek and here are the players that the Jaguars had in for visits this past week.

Earlier last week, we gave you a list of offensive linemen that the team had in for visits which included Houston tackle Sebastian Vollmer, Eastern Michigan guard T.J. Lang, TCU center Blake Schlueter, and Arizona State guard Paul Fanaika. For a recap, click here:

We also gave you some defensive linemen who were in for a visit: Cincinnati defensive end Connor Barwin, Memphis defensive tackle Clinton McDonald, N.C. State defensive tackle Antoine Holmes, Texas defensive tackle Roy Miller, LSU defensive end Tremaine Johnson, Maryland defensive end/tackle Jeremy Navarre, and Notre Dame defensive end Justin Brown. For a recap, click here:

The Jaguars also had a host of corners at the facilities: Hawaii's Ryan Mouton, Ohio State's Donald Washington, Rutgers' Jason McCourty, St. Paul's Gregory Toler, Tennessee's DeAngelo Willingham, William and Mary's Derek Cox, and Wheaton's Peter Ittersagen. Along with those corners was Connecticut safety Dahna Deleston. For a recap, click here:

A couple of the other prospects that the team had in for a visit was Syracuse fullback Tony Fiammetta and California's Will Tau'ufo'ou. For more on these two and other fullbacks that the team has shown interest in, click here:

The Jaguars also invited some outside linebackers who could fit the 3-4. Connecticut's Julius Williams, San Diego State's Russell Allen, and Western Illinois' Jason Williams are all players who will likely be available on the second day of the draft.

Finally, the team brought in some potential offensive help with Hampton wide receiver Justin Brown and Northwestern State receiver Dudley Guice. The team is looking at Nebraska-Omaha tight end Zach Miller (the other Zach Miller), and Monmouth tight end John Nalbone.

We will have more updates throughout the week with a peek in at our master list of players who the Jags have shown interest in during the entire draft process.

Charlie Bernstein is the Editor-in-Chief of Sports Media Interactive, covering multiple teams in the National Football League, NCAA, and National Basketball Association. Charlie is a regular syndicated contributor to FoxSports and Sirius NFL Radio, and has been featured on the NFL Network. Charlie is also a member of the Pro Football Writers of America. Feel free to contact him -HERE- with questions or comments.

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