What Cap'n Crunch, Fruity Pebbles say about Jaguars rookies

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Every May the Jacksonville Jaguars rookies make a trip to a local Publix supermarket with Mindy Black, the team's director of performance nutrition, so she can show them how to shop for healthy foods.

This year's trip was going along just fine -- until the group hit the cereal aisle. Anyone who has ever shopped with little kids knows exactly what happened next.

As you can see (that's Black on the left), some of the Jaguars' rookies grabbed boxes of their favorite cereal and had a good time clowning around. Even though you can't see them all in the photo, the entire group of 64 draft picks, undrafted free agents, and tryout players made the trip, including first-round draft pick Leonard Fournette.

Those that are visible in the photo, however, didn't realize is they were revealing a lot about themselves. According to Delish.com, a person's favorite cereal says a lot about their mind, personality and attitudes. So here's a breakdown of what each player's cereal choice meant:

OL Parker Collins (Cocoa Puffs): Delish.com says choosing that cereal shows that Collins is a chocoholic with a practical side -- once the cereal is gone he's left with chocolate milk!

LB P.J. Davis (Frosted Flakes): Delish.com says Davis is a bit corny and disarms people with his sense of humor.

OT Cam Robinson (Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Fruity Pebbles): It makes sense that the Jaguars' biggest rookie would choose two cereals. Delish.com says he believes in treating himself but doing so responsibly (that's the Cinnamon Toast Crunch part), and he's also the life of the party and brings people together with his bubbly personality.

CB Jalen Myrick (Lucky Charms): Delis.com says Myrick is effortlessly cool. Don't know about that, but we do know that he's effortlessly fast. Myrick ran the 40-yard dash in 4.28 seconds at the NFL combine.

LB Justin Horton (Cap'n Crunch): Delish.com used Cap'n Crunch's Crunch Berries, but the theory is the same. Horton is a kid at heart who is willing to try anything new but at the end of the day likes to go back to the classics.

LB Blair Brown (Cap'n Crunch's Peanut Butter Crunch): Similar to Horton's breakdown, but since peanut butter is a little more conservative than Crunch Berries it's safe to assume Brown is probably a little more serious than Horton.

WR Keenan Cole (Wheaties): Delish.com didn't have anything regarding Wheaties, but extrapolating from the other cereals/personalities we're going to guess Cole is a conservative, responsible person who appreciates hard work.