Undrafted free agents 2013: Matt Scott, Jordan Rodgers could provide QB depth for Jaguars

Kevin C. Cox

The Jacksonville Jaguars have questions at quarterback, and perhaps undrafted free agents Matt Scott and Jordan Rodgers can be a part of the answer.

Competition at quarterback is never a bad thing, especially when your quarterbacks are Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne. The Jacksonville Jaguars kept that in mind when adding undrafted free agents after the 2013 NFL Draft wrapped up, bringing in Arizona's Matt Scott and Vanderbilt's Jordan Rodgers to fight for roster spots and maybe push for snaps come the 2013 season.

Scott had a strong 2012 after backing up Nick Foles for most of his college career, tossing for 3,620 yards and 27 touchdowns in a new spread offense under Rich Rodriguez. Rodgers, the kid brother of Aaron Rodgers -- a factoid you'll hear 40 trillion times if he ever plays in an NFL game -- was part of a revival at Vanderbilt, where the Commodores, commonly relegated to the SEC's doormat, won nine games for the first time in about 90 years behind 2,539 yards passing by Rodgers.

Scott and Rodgers probably won't be long-term quarterbacks in the NFL anytime soon. They have flaws in their games that saw them graded as late-round picks and eventually bypassed by all 254 selections. But the Jags are looking for answers, and both guys have talent. Scott has the potential to play some option-type football, and Rodger's arm isn't so bad. Maybe the team can throw quarterback-turned-running-back Denard Robinson into the mix?

Here's an unofficial look at the 20-plus players coming to camp, per Big Cat Country:

Arizona QB Matt Scott
Cincinnati LB Maalik Bomar
Nevada OT Jeff Nady
Murray State OL Roddy Tomlin
Alabama LS Carson Tinker
Georgia DT Abry Jones
Vanderbilt CB Trey Wilson
San Jose State TE Ryan Otten
Nevada LB Jeremiah Green
Virginia OLB La'Roy Reynolds
Vanderbilt QB Jordan Rodgers
Florida State FB Lonnie Pryor
South Carolina K Adam Yates
Illinois State LB Mike Zimmer
Rutgers OT R.J. Dill
Georgia Tech DT T.J. Barnes
Nebraska FB Kyler Reed
Massachusetts G Stephane Milhim
Western Michigan OLB Paul Hazel
Arizona State WR/KR Jamal Miles
Southern Oregon WR Cole McKenzie
Texas A&M CB Steven Terrell
Ole Miss DT Uriah Grant
Tulsa FB Willie Carter

More from SB Nation:

NFL draft grades: Who are the winners and losers?

Jaguars draft Denard Robinson -- as a running back

Matt Barkley, Michael Vick will compete for job in Philly

Undrafted free agent tracker

Complete Day 3 picks and analysis

2013 NFL draft results: Every pick from every round

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