Four players are competing for two spots - that's the likely scenario at receiver - with the Jaguars set to finish the preseason.
Fifth-round pick Jarett Dillard figures to be a prominent player in the discussion, despite experiencing a case of the drops early in training camp. In fact, Dillard expects to make the final 53-man roster, saying the game has finally slowed down for him.
"I do [think I'll be on the roster]," Dillard said. "I'm very confident in what I've done and think I've shown some things in practice and games that I can play at this level."
It should be a tough decision for the Jaguars, considering the club typically keeps five receivers on the active roster. Torry Holt, TRoy Williamson and Mike Sims-Walker appear to be locks, meaning that Dillard will be competing with fellow rookies Tiquan Underwood and Mike Thomas, in addition to Nate Hughes, for two roster spots.