Lerentee McCray

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 249
College: Florida
Birth Place: Ocala, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
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    The Jacksonville Jaguars will be at a crossroads after this season when it comes to Blake Bortles. They’ll need to make a long-term decision at quarterback and the decision will come by answering three different questions: How did Bortles do before we got here? How did Bortles do this year? How do we think Bortles will do over the next five years? The first two questions will be easier to answer. The tape will be there. They’ll be able to see how Bortles responds to two different head coaches and offensive philosophies. But the third question will be a guess. An educated guess, but still a guess. Do you project his future based solely on what he’s done in his first four years? Or can you look

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