Trevor Lawrence had a pretty productive training camp but that's not precisely breaking news. Coming off a highly successful season, he's in a position to be even better in 2023. Although Lawrence's timing was off at times, he showed pinpoint accuracy more often than not. On top of that, he's developed a nice rapport with other players on offense, including wide receiver Calvin Ridley, who's driven to prove to everyone he's still a great player after a season-long hiatus.
That said, Lawrence wasn't the only player that showed progress in Jaguars training camp. These five also made a strong impression and have seen their stock go up ahead of the preseason.
No. 5 Jaguars player who's seen his stock go up after training camp: Chris Claybrooks, CB
The Jaguars have a deep cornerback room but that hasn't fazed veteran Chris Claybrooks one bit. A seventh-round pick in the 2020 draft, Claybrooks has appeared in 46 games with six starts over the last three years. Besides being a reliable reserve on defense, the former Memphis Tiger has become an important contributor on special teams. However, there were a couple of things that could have hurt his chances of making the team next season.
First, the Jaguars have replenished their cornerback unit over the last two years, so it wouldn't be shocking to see the Jags move on from Claybrooks at any point of the offseason to pave the way for other players.
Also, Claybrooks was arrested twice earlier this year and it was uncertain if that was going to affect his standing on the Jaguars. Head coach Doug Pederson says that it won't and the organization will instead let the legal process play out.
For the time being, Claybrooks has made the most of his chances in training camp and is currently listed as the top backup behind Tyson Campbell. At this point, it looks like he's got a favorable chance to earn a roster spot.