3 under-the-radar players to keep an eye on in Jaguars training camp

• Is Gerrit Prince ready to make the Jaguars 53-man roster?

• Can Chad Muma make the leap in Year 2?

• D'Ernest Johnson can give the running game a spark

Jun 13, 2023; Jacksonville, Florida, USA;  Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Brendon Strange (85).
Jun 13, 2023; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Brendon Strange (85). / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports
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Trevor Lawrence is the talk of the town and rightfully so. After an outstanding sophomore campaign, he's ready to make yet another leap in Year 3. However, he's not the only player that will have a huge impact on the Jacksonville Jaguars next season.

In fact, there are a handful of players that could play a big role in 2023 but are flying under the radar and should be monitored in training camp. Here are three of those players.

No. 3 Jaguars player to keep an eye on in training camp: Gerrit Prince, TE

Is it possible for a player that spent his rookie season in the practice squad and be overlooked? It might not happen often but that seems to be the case with tight end Gerrit Prince, an undrafted free agent in 2022, who will probably compete for a roster spot in training camp.

The issue is that Evan Engram and 2023 second-round pick Brenton Strange will likely take the top two spots on the depth chart. Luke Farrell could get the third one while athletic sensation Sammis Reyes and Prince may find themselves competing for the final slot.

Farrell played 98 offensive snaps on offense last year and he got playing time because he's an adequate blocker. However, Reyes and Prince are better pass catches, and if the latter can show some blocking chops in training camp, his chances of sticking around will get a boost.

Working in Prince's favor is that he's more familiarized with the system than Reyes, and if he can take advantage of that slight edge, he might be able to get ahead of him and Farrell on the depth chart.