2. Who will be TE4 on the Jaguars' depth chart?
Heading into the 2023 season, the tight end depth chart is almost set but they could hold a competition for the last spot. Evan Engram is firmly entrenched at the top, and it's fair to think that 2023 second-round pick Brenton Strange will get lots of playing time. Also in the mix is Luke Farrell, who has fared well in a backup role since the team's brass made him a fifth-round pick in the 2021 draft.
That probably leaves Gerrit Prince and Sammis Reyes vying for the last spot at tight end. Prince, an undrafted free agent in 2022, spent his rookie season in the practice squad honing his skills. While he has a favorable chance of making the 53-man roster, he'll be facing serious competition in training camp and the preseason from Sammis Reyes, one of the most athletically gifted players ever to line up at tight end.
Reyes played college hoops and only started playing football in the 2020s. Having applied for the league's International Pathway Program, he joined the Washington Commanders in 2021 and spent the last two seasons with the Chicago Bears.
While Reyes might need a bit more of time to work on his craft, he should feel good about his chances of making the team and should have the edge over Gerrit by virtue of having the bigger ceiling of the two. However, Gerrit won't make it easy and shouldn't be ruled out just yet.