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He played through little things during the year and in the offseason he would go ahead and get himself better and get ready and go again.

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By Hays Carlyon (1010XL Jaguars reporter) Jaguars boss Tom Coughlin has a clear vision to boost the offense’s physicality. A day after selecting LSU running back Leonard Fournette with the fourth-overall pick, the Jaguars beefed up their offensive line. Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell was clear minutes after the pick. Albert is not participating in the voluntary portion of the offseason program and still has not communicated with coach Doug Marrone. Based on Caldwell and Marrone’s comments, Robinson seems to have an excellent shot to start the regular-season opener at Houston on Sept. “I wouldn’t say it’s a reaction, but we got to make sure that we got our bases covered,” Caldwell said.Following the contest, Pearl head coach John Perry gave the highest praise possible an opposing coach could give a player.“Cam is the best player these two eyes have seen,” Perry said, according to Steve Wiltfong of 247Sports.There was Caylin Newton, in the first game of his junior season at Grady High School (Atlanta), sprinting up the right hash marks, stopping so suddenly with so little regard for inertia that the camera almost loses track of him, then spinning to the right, free for 20 more yards.One week had passed since his Internet spotlights and, more importantly, a week since Grady’s 40-14 win highlighted by three touchdowns scored from Caylin’s cannon.It was a warm Friday night in September and the sun was just starting to set, the lights at Grady Stadium stepping in.1 overall pick in 2011, the highest paid player in Panthers history.

Because that’s what Caylin is known as — Cam’s brother — an unjustly unnuanced description of a kid who is so much more.

Caldwell said the workout confirmed that Robinson has the movement skills to be a left tackle for the Jaguars. “When you saw him live and saw his feet and see how quick he is and how big he is and how much room he has to grow, too.

While the quarterback crop has seen an uptick in young talent in the SEC, the running back position continues to be as strong as ever.

“That’s not an easy task in the SEC, having coached in the SEC for two years.

One of the things that I have always appreciated is that he always played.

Akers finished his high school career with 8,140 passing yards and 78 touchdowns along with 5,103 rushing yards and another 71 touchdowns on the ground.