The Jaguars have been well represented in the NFL's annual Top 100 list as voted on by the players in 2018.
Telvin Smith, Leonard Fournette, Yannick Ngakoue, and AJ Bouye have already been named to the list.
Adding to the Jaguars total on Monday were Jalen Ramsey and Calais Campbell.
Ramsey came in at #17 on the list. In just his second year in the league Jalen Ramsey became a household name across the league. His extreme athleticism, usually flawless technique, and consistent trash talk led to him being voted to the Pro Bowl. But Ramsey wasn't just a Pro Bowler last year, he was also named 1st team All-Pro. Some may argue that Ramsey should be higher on this list, especially since DeAndre Hopkins, who he dominated throughout 2017, came in four spots higher at #13.
Calais Campbell, who enjoyed his first season with the Jaguars last year after spending the first eight seasons in Arizona, came in at #14. During his time with the Cardinals Campbell played inside at defensive tackle, but for the Jaguars in 2017 he was primarily an edge rusher and the position move led to the most productive season of his career. Campbell set a Jaguars franchise record with 14.5 sacks and was the leader of the Jaguars defense.
The Jaguars clearly earned the respect of players around the league this season, but will look to prove even more next season as they chase the franchise's first ever Super Bowl appearance.
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