4. Leonard Fournette
Just like seeing Robinson on this list, it looks kind of funny to see Leonard Fournette on the Jaguars' all-time running back list. However, because of the fact that Jacksonville's history is so short, this is just a byproduct of having far less time around the league than other franchises.
Fournette came to the Jaguars as the no. 4 pick back in the 2017 NFL Draft by way of LSU. He made himself known right away, as a rookie, rushing for over 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns in 13 games that season. He also added 36 receptions for 302 yards and a score.
Fournette's sophomore season in the NFL would be cut short due to injury, leaving him with just 439 rushing yards in eight games. But, he'd follow that up by rushing for a career-high 1,152 yards in his third and final season with the Jaguars.
Sitting fourth all-time in team history with 2,631 yards, he probably won't hold that spot for very long. Many Jaguars running backs seemed to be a flash in the pan by comparison, but Fournette's tenure at least saw some very bright spots.