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2019 NFL Draft: Tracking the Jacksonville Jaguars scouting staff

Zach Goodall



Nov 10, 2018; East Lansing, MI, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Dwayne Haskins (7) drops back to pass the ball during the first quarter of a game against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Draft season is among us, despite it’s only Week 11 in the NFL. The end of the college football season is near, and scouting reports, mock drafts, and constan speculation time is in full gear.

Here at Locked On Jaguars, we have already published some mock drafts, offseason simulations, and player profiles for the Jacksonville Jaguars. With enough information worth noting, we are introducing a new post, tracking where the Jaguars send their scouting staff throughout the 2018 college season to live-scout specific teams and players.

We don’t have exact info as to who the team is watching specifically, but from a mix of Locked On Jaguars sources and reports, it’s easy enough to compile where the scouts frequent and hypothesize who the team is interested. Let’s get to it, breaking down school visits by week. Prospects listed from each school are based on Jaguars team/need and prospect rankings via The Draft Network LLC.

This blog will be updated weekly as more visits occur. (#) = Number of visits for each school. Schools the Jaguars have watched more than once will have their noteworthy prospects listed under their latest game.

NCAA Week 13

Ohio State (5) vs. Michigan (2)

OSU: QB Dwayne Haskins, DT Dre’Mont Jones, iOL Michael Jordan

MICH: EDGE Rashan Gary, EDGE Chase Winovich, TE Zach Gentry, RB Karan Higdon

NCAA Week 12

Missouri (2) vs. Tennessee (3)

MIZZ: QB Drew Lock, TE Albert Okwuegbunam, iDL Terry Beckner, WR Emanuel Hall

TENN: EDGE Darrell Taylor

NCAA Week 11

Virginia Tech (2) vs. Pittsburgh Panthers

VT: DE Trevon Hill

PITT: iOL Alex Bookser

Alabama (3) vs. Mississippi State

BAMA: FS Deonte Thompson, OT Jonah Williams, TE Irv Smith Jr., DL Raekwon Davis, RB Damien Harris, iOL Ross Pierschbacher, EDGE Anfernee Jennings

MISS ST.: DE Montez Sweat, iOL Elgton Jenkins

Wisconsin (2) vs. Penn State

WIS: OT David Edwards, iOL Tyler Biadasz, iOL Beau Benzschawel, OT Michael Deiter

PSU: CB Amani Oruwariye, RB Miles Sanders

Ohio State (4) vs. Michigan State

OSU: QB Dwayne Haskins, DT Dre’Mont Jones, iOL Michael Jordan

MSU: RB L.J. Scott

NCAA Week 10

Arizona State (2) vs. Utah

ASU: WR K’Neal Harry, DT Renell Wren

UTAH: RB Zack Moss

Wisconsin vs. Rutgers

RUT: OT Tariq Cole

NCAA Week 9

Arizona State vs. USC

USC: OT Chuma Edoga

South Carolina (2) vs. Tennessee (2)

SCAR: WR Bryan Edwards, DT Javon Kinlaw

West Virginia (2) vs. Baylor (2)

WVU: QB Will Grier, OT Yodny Cajuste, WR David Sills V

BAY: Denzel Mims

NCAA Week 8

Auburn vs. Ole Miss

AUB: QB Jarrett Stidham, iDL Derrick Brown, WR Darius Slayton

MISS: WR D.K. Metcalf, WR A.J. Brown, TE Dawson Knox, WR DaMarkus Lodge, OT Greg Little

Alabama vs. Tennessee

NCAA Week 7

Oregon vs. Washington

ORE: QB Justin Herbert, EDGE Jalen Jelks, iOL Jake Hanson

WAS: OT Kaleb McGary, RB Myles Gaskin

Ohio State (3) vs. Minnesota

West Virginia vs. Iowa State

ISU: RB David Montgomery, WR Hakeem Butler

Arizona vs. Utah

Utah: RB Zack Moss

NCAA Week 6

Ohio State (2) vs. Indiana

Baylor vs. Kansas State

KSU: OT Dalton Risner, OT Scott Frantz

BYU vs. Utah State

NCAA Week 5

Duke vs. Virginia Tech

DUKE: QB Daniel Jones

Columbia vs. Princeton

NCAA Week 4

USC vs. Washington State

WSU: QB Gardner Minshew

University of Houston practice

HOU: DT Ed Oliver

NCAA Week 3

Alabama vs. Ole Miss

NCAA Week 2

Missouri vs. Wyoming

WYO: EDGE Carl Granderson

Georgia vs. South Carolina

UGA: WR Riley Ridley, EDGE D’Andre Walker, RB Elijah Holyfield, TE Isaac Nauta

University of North Dakota practice

NCAA Week 1

Notre Dame vs. Michigan

ND: iDL Jerry Tillery, TE Alize Mack

Boston College practice

BC: iOL Chase Lindstrom, EDGE Zach Allen, EDGE Wyatt Ray, TE Tommy Sweeney

Preseason practices

Colorado State-Pueblo

Miami (FL)

OT Tyree St. Louis, EDGE Joe Jackson

Florida State

EDGE Brian Burns, iDL Demarcus Christmas

Northern Arizona


Ohio State


Zach Goodall covers the Jacksonville Jaguars for the Locked On Jaguars podcast and website. Follow him on Twitter @zach_goodall.

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Jaguars Activate Tackle Josh Wells, Release Niles Paul from IR

Demetrius Harvey



Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars have made a couple more roster moves this Friday after releasing Strong Safety Barry Church. The Jaguars have finally activated Tackle Josh Wells. Wells was placed on short-term injured reserve after week five with a groin injury.

This move comes at an opportune time as the Jaguars will be without Right Tackle Jermey Parnell. Wells will more than likely start at Right Tackle this week against the Redskins.

The Jaguars have also released Niles Paul from injured reserve, signed Lyndon Johnson from the teams practice squad, and placed OL Josh Walker on injured reserve.

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Jaguars vs. Redskins: Friday Injury Report, Parnell Out, Lambo in Doubt

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Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars and the Washington Redskins have released their Friday final status/injury report of the week ahead of their week fifteen matchup at TIAA Bank Field. For the Jaguars, they will be without Jermey Parnell, D.J. Chark, and Josh Walker.

All three players are listed as out with various injuries. The Jaguars have a move they could potentially make in activating Tackle Josh Wells who has been practicing the past couple of weeks. D.J. Chark will miss his fourth consecutive game making his rookie season disappointing in the end, unfortunately.

The other major area of concern is kicker Josh Lambo being listed as Questionable. A little later in the day, the Jaguars signed Kicker Kai Forbath which suggests he will probably be out this Sunday against the Redkins. We will revisit this on Sunday when the inactive players are released.

Below are both teams status reports:


WR D.J. Chark Jr. (Quadricep): Out

RT Jermey Parnell (Knee): Out

OL Josh Walker (Ankle): Out

LB Lerentee McCray (Illness): Questionable

K Josh Lambo (Right Groin): Questionable


LB Ryan Anderson (Hamstring): Out

TE Jordan Reed (Ankle/Foot): Out

WR Josh Doctson (Concussion): Questionable

DE Matt Ioannidis (Shin): Questionable

OT Ty Neskhe (Knee): Questionable

OT Mogan Moses (Ankle): Questionable

LS Nick Sundberg (Back): Questionable

S Monte Nicholson (Illness): Questionable

RB Chris Thompson (Illness): Questionable

The Redskins have a much more lengthy status report than the Jaguars which is remarkable given how the Jaguars injuries have gone this season. Washington will be without at least a couple of starters including their starting Linebacker and Tight End. They also more than likely will be without a starting wide receiver in Josh Doctson.

Their Long Snapper Nick Sundberg has a high possibility of missing the game this Sunday as well because of a back injury. They have brought in a few long snappers to work out in the event he is not able to go.

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Jaguars sign Kicker Kai Forbath in Wake of Josh Lambo Injury

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Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars have made a roster move in wake of the Josh Lambo right-groin injury. They have signed former Redskins and Vikings Kicker Kai Forbath. Forbath has a career FG% of 85.9% which is at the very least respectable in a league where kickers seem to be missing routine kicks daily now.

With Lambo potentially out the Jaguars were forced into a move. This could always be more of a cautionary move in the case Lambo does not play, but generally speaking, if a team signs a kicker near the end of the week it is not a good sign. We will see what happens when the last injury report comes out.

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