January 1,2013; Tampa, FL, USA; South Carolina Gamecocks wide receiver Ace Sanders (1) reacts against the Michigan Wolverines during the second half of the 2013 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium. South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the Michigan Wolverines 33-28. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Projected 53 – Way Too Early Edition


 

It’s much too early to project a final 53, but none-the-less, its something that MUST be done. It’s imperative that I do this, for the good of the Jaguars World!

Total = 25

QB – Blaine Gabbert, Matt Scott

RB – Maurice Jones Drew, Justin Forsett, Denard Robinson

FB – Lonnie Pryor, Montell Owens

WR – Cecil Shorts, Justin Blackmon, Mohamed Massaquoi, Jordan Shipley, Ace Sanders

TE – Marcedes Lewis, Ryan Otten, Matt Veldman

LT - Eugene Monroe, Cam Bradfield

LG – Will Rackley, Austin Pasztor

C – Brad Meester, Mike Brewster

RG – Uche Nwaneri, Drew Nowak

RT – Luke Joeckel, Jeff Nady

 

Total = 25

DE – Jeremy Mincey, Austen Lane

DT – Tyson Alualu, Sen’derrick Marks, Abry Jones

NT – Roy Miller, T. J. Barnes

LEO – Jason Babin, Andre Branch, Ryan Davis

OLB – Geno Hayes, Jeremiah Green

MLB – Paul Posluszny, Russell Allen

OLB – Julian Stanford, Greg Jones

CB – Dwayne Gratz, Alan Ball, Demetrius McCray

SS – Jonathan Cyprien

FS – Dwight Lowery, Josh Evans

CB – Jeremy Harris, Mike Harris, Kevin Rutland

Total = 3

P – Bryan Anger

K – Josh Scobee

LS – Carson Tinker

 

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  • LukeNSims

    Sir Pick ‘Em of Duval, Esquire, you’ve got some solid guesses. Really think we’re only going to carry two defensive ends? Counting on Alualu out wide sometimes?

    • Rich c

      LEO is also an end position…

      • LukeNSims

        I’m talking more in the non-pass rush capacity. We weren’t exactly great at stopping the run last year and the LEO is a pass rush specialist essentially.

        Babin and Branch are both rushers and not really run stoppers.

        • http://www.blackandteal.com/ Jason Love

          From what I understand of the Seattle model, the DE (read: not LEO) is almost a DT. I think Alualu could easily swing out to the 5-tech on 1st downs. If Abry Jones make the roster, he could too.

          http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1664267/abry-jones

          Dude is 6’4″, 315 pounds and has 35″ arms! Dang! Austen Lane, 33 3/8, Alualu, 33

          Remember, this regime loves length and speed.

          • LukeNSims

            Freaks of nature, man.

          • flgatorsandjags

            Only bad thing about that is the strong side DE is a 2 gap space eater and a good run stuffer and Alu is neither. If Gus could get this guy going have him at NT and Roy Miller at the 5 tech. Gus is usually good at coaching these big bodies.

            http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1689515/tj-barnes

        • http://www.blackandteal.com/ Jason Love

          Also, just for comparison sakes — starting LDE for Seattle
          Red Bryant – 6’4″ 323 – 33 3/8″
          Greg Scruggs – 6’3″ 284 – nearly 36″ long arms

  • http://www.blackandteal.com/ Jason Love

    Also, I only picked 3 S’s because I think the press cover guys will be cross trained. It only makes sense.