The Jacksonville Jaguars are a team in transition after suffering through a franchise-worst 2-14 record last season.
The team is midway through its first offseason of overhauling its roster. Gone are the high-priced veterans who were responsible for last year's poor record.
Instead, the Jaguars have opted for a youth movement, which began during the 2013 NFL draft. General manager David Caldwell addressed some of the team's biggest needs in the draft by finding immediate starters in Luke Joeckel, John Cyprien and Dwayne Gratz.
Caldwell's work didn't end when Mr. Irrelevant heard his name called. The first-year GM was hard at work signing 22 undrafted free agents.
NFL.com's Gil Brandt considers Jacksonville's undrafted free-agent class to be the best in the league. With the influx of young talent and the turnover in the roster, many of the undrafted rookies have a shot at making the final 53-man roster.
The undrafted free-agent class looks good on paper, and several of the young players have continued to turn heads this offseason. Here are five undrafted free agents who could turn out to be gems for the Jaguars.