Jaguars make roster moves after rookie minicamp

Following the the team’s annual rookie minicamp, the Jacksonville Jaguars signed OL Jordan Agasiva, TE Michael Colubiale, TE Charles Jones, CB Jocquez Kalili and S Joshua Moon. To make room on the roster, the Jaguars waived TE Carson Meier, CB Marquez Sanford and WR Papi White. The Jaguars also waived/injured DB Cody Brown and DT Roderick Young, so they will revert to the team’s reserve/injured list if they go unclaimed on waivers. The Jaguars currently have 90 players on their offseason roster.

Agasiva, 6-3, 320, attended the University of Utah for two seasons and started 24 games at RG, earning first-team All-Pac-12 honors as a senior in 2018 after starting all 14 games. He previously attended Pima Community College and was a two-time first-team All-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference selection.

Colubiale, 6-1, 223, attended UCF and appeared in 38 career games. As a senior in 2018, he appeared in 13 games with seven starts and caught 21 passes for 278 yards and three TDs. In 2017, Colubiale appeared in all 13 games and caught 10 passes for 221 yards and one TD. During the 2016 season, he appeared in 12 games and caught two passes for 17 yards.

Jones, 6-4, 255, attended Tulane and appeared in 40 games (22 starts), totaling 40 receptions for 268 yards and five TDs. As a senior in 2018, he hauled in 10 passes for 53 yards and played a key role in the run-game, helping Tulane rush for 218.2 yards per game, which ranked 23rd in the FBS. Jones started 10 games for the Green Wave during his junior season and recorded 13 receptions for 84 yards and two TDs.  Jones’ cousin, Jacoby Jones, played in the NFL for the Houston Texans and the Baltimore Ravens.

Kalili, 5-11, 185, attended UNLV from 2017-18 after spending two years at Mesa Community College in Arizona. While with the Rebels, Kalili appeared in 18 games, totaling 64 tackles, five passes defended, three forced fumbles and one INT. As a senior in 2018, he posted 49 tackles, including a season-high eight tackles in the season opener at Southern California.

Moon, 6-0, 200, attended Georgia State and played in 38 games for the Eagles, totaling 192 tackles, 11 passes defended, five INTs and two forced fumbles. He started all 12 games for the Eagles as a senior in 2018 and recorded a team-leading 71 tackles and three passes defensed. As a junior in 2017, he played in 10 games (seven starts) and finished third on the team with 47 tackles, two INTs and one fumble recovery.

Jaguars announce rookie minicamp participation list

The Jacksonville Jaguars will host 62 players, including seven drafted rookies, 21 undrafted rookie free agents, five first-year players, one 2018 draft-eligible rookie and 28 workout players during the team’s rookie minicamp, which runs tomorrow through Sunday (May 10-12) at TIAA Bank Field

The club’s five first-year players are:

Christian Kuntz LS 6-1 227 Duquesne
Tanner Lee QB 6-4 217 Nebraska
KC McDermott OL 6-5 311 Miami (Fla.)
Alex McGough QB 6-3 214 Florida International
Pharoah McKever TE 6-6 260 Florida International

The club’s one 2018 draft-eligible rookie:

Cody Brown DB 6-2 207 Arkansas State

The club’s seven draft picks are:

Round 1, 7th Josh Allen DE/LB 6-5 262 Kentucky
Round 2, 35th Jawaan Taylor OL 6-5 312 Florida
Round 3, 69th Josh Oliver TE 6-5 249 San José State
Round 3, 98th Quincy Williams LB 5-11 225 Murray State
Round 5, 140th RyQuell Armstead RB 5-11 220 Temple
Round 6, 178th Gardner Minshew QB 6-1 225 Washington State
Round 7, 235th Dontavius Russell DL 6-3 320 Auburn

The club’s 21 undrafted rookie free agents are:

Shane Bowman DE 6-4 290 Washington
Tyre Brady WR 6-3 211 Marshall
Khairi Clark DT 6-1 309 Florida
Donnell Greene OL 6-5 335 Minnesota
Joe Giles-Harris LB 6-2 234 Duke
Tae Hayes CB 5-9 188 Appalachian State
Raphael Leonard WR 6-2 197 Southern Illinois
Carson Meier TE 6-5 254 Oklahoma
Picasso Nelson Jr. CB 5-10 193 Southern Mississippi
Marquez Sanford CB 5-10 189 Murray State
Saivion Smith CB 6-1 199 Alabama
Dredrick Snelson WR 5-11 189 UCF
Bunchy Stallings OG 6-2 324 Kentucky
Connor Strachan LB 6-0 230 Boston College
Michael Walker WR 5-11 194 Boston College
Brandon Watson CB 5-11 198 Michigan
Papi White WR 5-8 188 Ohio
Andrew Williams DT 6-4 294 Auburn
Andrew Wingard S 6-0 209 Wyoming
Zedrick Woods S 5-11 205 Ole Miss
Roderick Young DT 6-1 307 North Texas

The club’s 28 tryout participants are:

Jordan Agasiva OL 6-3 320 Utah
Darren Andrews WR 5-10 181 UCLA
DeAndre Applin S 6-1 210 Georgia State
Ka’John Armstrong OL 6-4 294 Eastern Michigan
Jesse Burkett* OL 6-4 300 Stanford
Kyle Chung^ OL 6-3 310 Virginia Tech
Michael Colubiale# TE 6-1 223 Central Florida
Evan Croutch LB 6-0 227 Ohio
Keonatye Garner DL 6-4 285 Louisiana Tech
Malik Hammer DE 6-4 280 Jackson State
Obi Iheoma LB 6-2 245 Northwestern State
Ty Isaac RB 6-3 228 Michigan
Charles Jones II TE 6-4 255 Tulane
Jocquez Kalili CB 5-11 185 Nevada-Las Vegas
Daniel Lacamera K 6-4 230 Texas A&M
Anthony Manzo-Lewis FB 6-0 256 Albany
Taj McGowen RB 6-1 210 Central Florida
Devin Mondie OL 6-5 302 Arkansas State
Joshua Moon S 6-0 200 Georgia Southern
Trevor Morris LB 6-1 232 Rutgers
Flynn Nagel WR 5-11 195 Northwestern
Chris Register DE 6-3 260 Clemson
Michael Rodriguez OL 6-6 250 Louisiana Tech
Jonas Schenderlein K 6-1 185 Concordia
Michael Shaw LB 6-4 230 Georgia State
Hunter Snyder DE 6-6 270 Florida Atlantic
Kalani Vakameilalo DT 6-3 322 Oregon State
Joe Zema P 6-2 210 University of the Incarnate Word