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53. R.J. Dill
Dill was signed as an undrafted free agent after this year's draft, which will be a common theme among a lot of the players on the list. He started every game during his final two years at Rutgers at right tackle, so he is familiar with the position. Dill doesn't have the ideal skill set for Jacksonville's zone-blocking scheme, according to his NFL.com draft profile, but he should provide much-needed depth to the team's offensive line.
52. Michael Zimmer
Zimmer is another undrafted free agent who could possibly make the team due to lack of depth. Although Paul Posluszny has the starting middle linebacker position locked down, there is no one behind him on the depth chart. Zimmer was a secure tackler during his collegiate career, as he led Illinois State with 127 tackles during his senior season. He's going to have to prove himself against the higher competition, but he has a chance to make the final roster.
51. LaRoy Reynolds
Reynolds has the opportunity to become one of Jacksonville's starting outside linebackers. Although the team signed Geno Hayes in free agency, he still has to earn the starting role, according to The Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran. Reynolds will have his chance to play his way onto the team. If he performs like he did during his collegiate career at Virginia, where he finished second on the team in total tackles (90) and tackles for loss (9.5), he has a very good shot at making the roster.
50. Stephane Milhim
Although Milhim started at left tackle during his final two years at UMass, the undrafted free agent will move inside to guard in the NFL. He'll have to compete against veterans Jason Spitz and Austin Pasztor for a roster spot, but he has a chance to do so. Milhim played very well against the small-school competition and his skill set projects well for a zone-blocking scheme.
49. Tobais Palmer
Palmer, an undrafted free agent wide receiver from North Carolina State, has been turning heads thus far this offseason. He made a good first impression during rookie minicamps, which left wide receivers coach Jerry Sullivan "encouraged," per Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union. He has continued to look good through OTAs, where he has been able to show off his speed, according to Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country. The Jaguars receiving corps is full of talent, but Justin Blackmon's four-game suspension may have opened the door for a player like Palmer to make the roster.
48. Carson Tinker
Tinker has a chance to make an immediate impact as Jacksonville's long snapper. Current long snapper Jeremy Cain is due to have the sixth-highest cap hit ($1,083,333) among players at the position, per Spotrac.com. If Tinker comes close to matching Cain's abilities, the Jaguars will likely go with the cheaper option in the undrafted rookie.
47. Isaiah Stanback
Like many other positions, the Jaguars severely lack depth at tight end. Other than Marcedes Lewis, who will once again reclaim the starting role, the team has nothing but unproven players behind him. Stanback is the most experienced of those players, which could land him on the team.
46. Demetrius McCray
McCray was one of two cornerbacks the Jaguars drafted in the seventh round of April's draft, and was the second draft pick to sign a contract, per an AP report. McCray has the size Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley likes in cornerbacks (6'1", 33 7/8" arms), which could bode well for him making the final roster.
45. Cameron Bradfield
Bradfield was one of a number of offensive linemen the Jaguars used last season due to a mixture of poor plays and injuries. While he wasn't great by any means, he is worth keeping around for depth purposes. He brings starting experience to the young team, as he's started 14 games during his two-year career. Bradfield could perform well as a backup with the zone-blocking scheme.