Quarterback: Jacksonville Jaguars
Career Highlights: After only three NFL seasons, Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles holds numerous franchise records. Bortles set the Jaguars’ single-season franchise records for passing touchdowns (35), passing yards (4,428), pass completions (368), and pass attempts (625). In 2015, he also threw a touchdown pass in the Jaguars’ first 15 games and posted five touchdown passes in a single game (vs. Tennessee Titans), both franchise records. In his 2014 rookie season, Bortles connected on 11 touchdowns and rushed for 419 yards, establishing himself as a dual-threat quarterback. Selected sixth overall in the 2014 NFL Draft, Bortles had a stellar three-year career at the University of Central Florida where he compiled a 22-5 record as a starter. Bortles led UCF to a 2012 Conference USA East Division Championship and the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl champion where he was named the MVP. In 2013, Bortles led UCF to a 21-1 record, an upset of Louisville to win the inaugural American Athletic Conference Championship, and followed that with an upset victory over sixth-ranked Baylor in the 2014 Fiesta Bowl. Bortles was named American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year.