The Jacksonville Jaguars team is said to have three players invited into the hall of fame for their outstanding performance in their various fields of play.
Three Jaguars have a legitimate case to be Hall of Famers: offensive tackle Tony Boselli, wide receiver Jimmy Smith, and running back Fred Taylor.
Tony Boselli (1995-2001)
Boselli, the first-first round pick in franchise history, was not only an integral part of the team’s history, but he arguably set the tone for many tackles growing in today’s NFL.
Tony Boselli is said to be an all-time great tackle who played from 1995 to 2001 and was the first player who was named as the pride of the jaguars.
He was the 30th USC Trojan to earn himself the honours of being inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame
Jimmy Smith (1995-2005)
Jimmy Smith is said to have been inducted into the hall of fame after his achievement of862 reception, 12,287 yards, 68 touchdowns and 21st all-time in receiving yards.
The player is said to have not really impressed during his first season in 1995 but rose to the highest of height in 1996 along with his team.
Fred Taylor (1998-2008)
Fred Taylor was the ninth pick who played almost his entire career in Jacksonville before spending his last two seasons with the New England Patriots
Every week Taylor was said to have compiled 13,632 total yards, 70 touchdowns, average 4.6 yards per carry which led to him ben inducted into the hall of fame.