Tight end Marcedes Lewis was a man on a mission when he arrived in training camp.
"One of my goals was to have the best camp I've ever had in my life. Period," he said.
When the Jaguars bring down the curtain on training camp today, Lewis has not only appeared to reach that goal, he might have had the best camp of any Jaguar.
Entering his fifth NFL season, Lewis, 26, is getting rave reviews from the coaches and seems on the verge of establishing himself as one of the best tight ends in the league.
Coach Jack Del Rio said Lewis has been as dominant as any player in camp.
"He is a complete tight end," Del Rio said. "He is as good a blocking tight end as there is out there."
As long as David Garrard performs at mediocre level, Lewis will be no higher than a #2 TE in mandatory TE leagues.