Mack, Bridgewater, Carr and Garoppolo all expected to visit Jacksonville too.
Top NFL prospect and former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is reportedly scheduled to visit the Jacksonville Jaguars this week.
The Jaguars are expected to be busy ahead of the draft which starts on May 8, and will host a number of top prospects including the former Heisman Trophy winner.
Manziel has been projected as a first-round pick and has already reportedly visited the New England Patriots amongst other teams including the Houston Texans, while he is expected to fly to Oakland later this month too.
However, Jacksonville appears to be next on his list as he is expected to arrive on Tuesday while the organisation are also supposedly set to meet with the likes of Teddy Bridgewater, Khalil Mack, Derek Carr and Jimmy Garoppolo.
The Jaguars own the third overall pick in next month’s draft, and despite some calls of caution over Manziel, they appear to be keen on talking to the 21-year-old ahead of making their decisions.
Meanwhile, Mack was selected as the No.1 overall pick in ESPN NFL draft expert Mel Kiper’s latest mock draft, but he will also likely be in high demand and is scheduled to visit the St. Louis Rams later this week, with the Rams owning the second overall pick.
Jacksonville went 4-12 under first-year coach Gus Bradley in 2012 which was their third consecutive losing season, and while they are enjoying a real commercial push in the UK, they will want to improve things on the field in the upcoming season to match their growing ambitions.