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Record-setting receiver, running back highlight Jaguars' undrafted signings

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- As soon as the NFL draft ended last Saturday, the Jacksonville Jaguars started contacting undrafted free agents. On Monday, they announced the list of UDFAs that have agreed to terms:

Caleb Bluiett, TE, Texas: He began his Longhorns career as a tight end, moved over to defensive end (where he played in high school), and then went back to tight end. Bluiett (6-foot-3, 256 pounds) finished his career with 10 catches for 178 yards and two TDs and 43 tackles and 4.5 sacks.

Keelan Cole, WR, Kentucky Wesleyan: Cole finished his career as one of the best receivers in Division II history after posting 258 catches for 4,872 yards and 59 touchdowns. The 6-foot-2, 175-pounder also averaged 25.3 yards per kickoff return (55 returns) and took four back for touchdowns.

Parker Collins, C, Appalachian State: Collins (6-foot-3, 295) made 34 starts over the past three seasons at center, right guard, left guard and left tackle. The Mountaineers had the Sun Belt’s top rushing offense (247.1 yards per game) and No. 2 total offense (431.1 yards per game) in 2016.

Tim Cook, RB, Oregon State: He ran for just 137 yards and one touchdown in two seasons with the Beavers after starting his career at Eastern Arizona Community College.

Jeremy Cutrer, CB, Middle Tennessee State: He had 93 tackles and six interceptions in two seasons at MTSU after starting his career at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. Cutrer (6-foot-2, 170) was a first-team All-Conference USA selection as a senior after making 63 tackles, breaking up nine passes and intercepting three others.

P.J. Davis, LB, Georgia Tech: The 5-foot-11, 231-pound Davis played his final collegiate game at EverBank Field in the Yellow Jackets’ TaxSlayer.com bowl victory over Kentucky. He returned a fumble 38 yards for the game’s first score. He made 152 tackles over his final two seasons.

Hunter Dimick, DE, Utah: The 6-foot-3, 272-pound Dimick had 28.5 sacks in four years with the Utes, including a team-high 13.5 in 2016.

Amba Etta-Tawo, WR, Syracuse: He burst onto the national scene in 2016 as a graduate transfer from Maryland and caught 94 passes for 1,482 yards and 14 touchdowns to earn first-team All-ACC honors. Etta-Tawo (6-foot-2, 202) set single-season Syracuse records for receptions and receiving TDs.

Avery Gennesy, G, Texas A&M: Gennesy (6-foot-3, 318) started every game at left tackle the past two seasons and was a first-team All-SEC pick by the league’s coaches in 2016.

Justin Horton, LB, Jacksonville: Horton (6-foot-2, 235) didn’t do much in his first four years at JU but had 70 tackles and 4.5 sacks as a redshirt senior.

Tueni Lupeamanu, DT, Idaho: The 6-foot-1, 305-pounder had 125 tackles and five sacks in three seasons at Idaho. His senior season was his best -- 74 tackles and 4.0 sacks. Lupeamanu was a high school quarterback who wanted to play defense in college and showed up as a freshman at 250 pounds.

I'Tavius Mathers, RB, Middle Tennessee State: After rushing for 1,057 yards and seven touchdowns in three seasons at Ole Miss, Mathers transferred to MTSU in 2015. After sitting out the season because of NCAA transfer rules, Mathers (5-11, 197) set single-season MTSU records for rushing yards (1,561), all-purpose yards (2,194), and catches by a running back (66). He scored 20 touchdowns (17 rushing) and became the first player in NCAA FBS history to have 1,500 rushing yards, 500 receiving yards and 60 catches in the same season.

Charles Miller, S, Dartmouth: Miller (6-foot, 190) started 12 games in his final two seasons for the Big Green and racked up 67 tackles, three interceptions and eight pass breakups during that span.

Carroll Phillips, DE, Illinois: He had 90 tackles and 12 sacks in three seasons for the Illini. Phillips (6-foot-3, 240) had his best season in 2016 with 58 tackles and nine sacks.

Ezra Robinson, CB, Tennessee State: Robinson (6-foot-1, 180) began his career at Michigan State before transferring. He started 16 games, racked up 67 tackles, picked off seven passes and broke up 15 more passes in his final two seasons with the Tigers.

Kenneth Walker, WR, UCLA: Walker (5-foot-10, 180) caught only 31 passes in the past two seasons at UCLA, but he averaged 19.2 yards per catch.