After the draft was over, the Jaguars made sure they went out and loaded up on undrafted free agents.
While none of these guys are a lock to make the team, it's still an important part of the process. You can find depth, potential starters or even breakout players if you play your cards right.
Looking to add the best talent available, here's a recap of all the players the Jaguars went out and signed.
*Not all signings are official yet. When they are announced by the team, this list will be updated accordingly.
For a more in-depth look at the players listed below, check out an extensive breakdown here.
QB Stephen Morris, Miami
Miami Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris will be joining the team and reuniting with Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch, per Christy Chirinos of the Sun-Sentinel.
Morris will look to showcase his huge arm and great athleticism as he fights to become the team's third-string quarterback.
Considering he has a history working with Coach Fisch, this signing makes a lot of sense. Despite his lack of size—Morris is listed at 6'2", 213 pounds—he has enough arm talent to make this roster.
WR Allen Hurns, Miami
The second Miami product to wind up in Jacksonville is wide receiver Allen Hurns.
Hurns was one of those guys who always found a way to be productive. At the end of the 2013 season, he wound up with 62 receptions for 1,162 yards and six touchdowns.
He comes to a Jaguars team loaded with wide receivers, which doesn't bode well for his chances of making this roster.
Miami Hurricanes assistant athletics director/director of communications Chris Yandle broke the news of Hurns joining the Jags.
DT Deandre Coleman, Cal
Looking for interior help, Caldwell brought in Cal defensive tackle Deandre Coleman.
At 6'5", 314 pounds, he's big enough to line up as a three-technique defensive tackle or a five-technique defensive end—the role Red Bryant plays.
Coleman is surprisingly agile and quick for a guy his size. However, he struggles to collapse the pocket, which means his niche in the NFL is going to revolve around stopping the run.
Cal head coach Sonny Dykes broke the news of Coleman signing on Twitter.
OLB/DE Marcus Whitfield, Maryland
Maryland's Marcus Whitfield joins the Jaguars as either a 4-3 "Leo" defensive end or a strong-side linebacker.
He has experience playing in both a 3-4 as well as a 4-3 scheme. His most effective role by far was an edge-rusher in a 3-4 alignment.
Finishing his 2013 season with 52 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss and nine sacks, Whitfield showed off good production.
The problem is when he played as a 4-3 defensive end, he struggled. That means the best chance he has of making this team will have to come as a strong-side linebacker.
Whitfield's signing was announced via Maryland head coach Randy Edsall's Twitter account.
WR Damian Copeland, Louisville
The second free-agent wide receiver to sign with the Jaguars after the draft was Louisville's Damian Copeland.
Copeland is a slender wide receiver weighing just 184 pounds. But he's been consistently productive and has shown on film that he can do some good things with the ball in his hands.
The issue here is going to come down to depth. The Jaguars have a lot young wide receivers on their roster.
Just like Hurns, Copeland is going to have a tough time making this team.
Copeland broke the news he had decided to sign with the Jaguars on Twitter.
TE D.J. Tialavea, Utah State
Utah State tight end D.J. Tialavea is a player who didn't contribute much during his time as an Aggie.
He has good size at 6'4', 267 pounds but lacks experience. With just 30 receptions for 198 yards receiving to his name over 17 career starts, the Jaguars' interest in him may strictly be based off of potential.
Utah State's official Twitter account mentioned that Tialavea had signed with the Jaguars.
CB Rashaad Reynolds, Oregon State
When you watch Oregon State cornerback Rashaad Reynolds on tape, you can't help but be impressed.
He has great ball-skills, superb speed and has a knack for creating turnovers.
From a measurables perspective Reynolds has everything you'd want in a cornerback. At 5'10", 189 pounds he is big enough to line up on the outside but also quick enough to cover guys in the slot.
If he can shore up his technique, Reynolds has a chance to become a significant part of the Jaguars' secondary in 2014.
Gina Mizell of The Oregonian wrote about Reynolds signing with the Jaguars.
TE Marcel Jensen, Fresno State
Fresno State's Marcel Jensen comes to the Jaguars as a 6'6", 259-pound tight end.
Physically this guy is special. Not only does have tremendous size but he complements it with great speed—Jensen ran a 4.51-second 40-yard dash at the combine.
Given the chance to hone his technique, there's a good chance Jensen makes the final roster. He has rare physical gifts and far too much upside to simply be brushed aside.
Mike Loyko of NEPatriotsDraft.com first reported that Jensen was going to play for the Jaguars.
OT Josh Wells, James Madison
The Jaguars still need some more depth on their offensive line. James Madison tackle Josh Wells is one guy who could provide that.
Wells is 6'6" and weighs 315 pounds. He has all of the physical traits you'd want in a tackle. The biggest qualm about his game is that he didn't line up against an elite level of talent while at James Madison.
Knowing that, it's going to be interesting to see how he does against NFL-caliber pass-rushers during camp.
BigCatCountry.com announced Wells would be signing with the team on Twitter.