Tight End Tebow?

The Jaguars added a couple of fresh Clemson faces in Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne during the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Apparently, new head coach Urban Meyer is also in the same-school spirit, but his fellow Gator is simply not the latest model.

Jacksonville announced Thursday that Tim Tebow recently requested and was granted a workout — as a tight end.

Tebow helped Meyer’s Florida win national titles in 2006 and ’08, and the (former?) quarterback won the 2007 Heisman Trophy. 

It made sense that the Broncos selected him in the 2010 first round, and during his 35-game NFL stint, Tebow threw for 17 touchdowns and ran for 12.

But he never materialized into a true NFL starting QB and steadfastly refused to switch positions. 

The Jets released him after one season, and though he got looks with the Patriots and Eagles, he never appeared in a regular-season game.

Afterward, Tebow stubbornly gave baseball a shot and reached Triple-A in the Mets organization before “retiring” on February 17.

At 33, he has changed his tune again. Meet Tebow the tight end, we guess.