11:50 PM ET – The Jaguars were among the teams that attended the Texas Tech Pro Day according to a report from The Daily Toreador. Also named as teams in attendance were the Cardinals, Colts and Chargers.
11:10 PM ET – Sources have told National Football Post that Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan had a dinner meeting with the Jaguars tonight.
10:00 PM ET – Multiple sources report that all 32 teams attended the Nebraska Pro Day. CB Prince Amukamara leads the Cornhuskers as the top prospect that will be drafted first of the group.
Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that Miami (FL) OL Orlando Franklin has spoken with the Jaguars in the last week.
5:30 PM ET – Aaron Wilson of NationalFootballPost reports the Jaguars worked with CB/S Marcus Gilchrist at the Clemson Pro Day
1:00 PM ET -Gil Brandt of NFL.com reports the Jaguars and Steelers sent their tight end coaches to the Portland State Pro Day to watch TE Julius Thomas. This is the third time there have been reports of the Jaguars showing interest in Thomas
Ohio.com reports the Jaguars did not attend the Kent State Pro Day. The Browns, Ravens, Steelers, Bills, Jets, Colts, Giants, Dolphins and Buccaneers were the 9 teams in attendance.
12:15 PM ET – A source has informed TheJaggernaut.com that the Jaguars were one of the teams in attendance at the Kentucky Pro Day today. Among the Kentucky prospects are WR Randall Cobb, RB Derrick Locke and DT Ricky Lumpkin.
11:45 AM ET – Josh Buchanan of JBScouting.com reports that Jaguars defensive coordinator Mel Tucker is among seven personnel from six different teams at the Wofford Pro Day.
Wofford only has a couple prospects and only one that has a chance at being drafted, S Tommy Irvin. Considering the Jaguars sent Tucker, a secondary specialist, he is almost certainly the target. Irvin is a 6’0, 212 pound safety with speed estimated in the 4.4-4.6 range.
10:30 AM ET – Chris Freet of HurricaneSports.com reports that Jack Del Rio is in attendance at the Miami Pro Day. Also mentioned as attendees were Jeff Ireland, Bill Belichick, Mike Tomlin, Tony Sparano and Raheem Morris.
The Jaguars have already shown interest in three Miami players: LB Colin McCarthy, DE Allen Bailey and WR Leonard Hankerson.