The Jacksonville Jaguars' rookie class has a lot of big names within it. With OTA's starting, which rookie will make an immediate impact and be the best fit for the franchise?
Reggie Nelson struggled last year but the veteran safety is only a few seasons removed from nabbing eight interceptions in his last season with the Cincinnati Bengals before signing with the Oakland Raiders in 2016.
In his second season with the New York Jets, Austin Seferian-Jenkins set NFL career highs in a number of categories: availability, receptions, and receiving yards, to name a few.
Prince Amukamara spent the first five years of his pro career with the New York Giants before playing with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Chicago Bears in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
Longtime NFL linebacker Paul Posluszny, who's played the last seven years of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars, is currently the franchise's all-time leading tackler.