Jacksonville University defensive end/linebacker Justin Horton is among the 16 undrafted free agents who have agreed to terms with the Jaguars since Saturday night. Horton was second on the Dolphins last year with 70 tackles. If all 16 players sign, the Jaguars’ roster would stand at 101 players so the team will have to cut 11 players to make room for the undrafted additions. Each undrafted free agent will sign a standard three-year contract with a base salary of $465,000 (not guaranteed) and signing bonuses of varying amounts. Several current Jaguars entered the NFL as undrafted free agents, including receiver Allen Hurns, nose tackle Abry Jones, long snapper Carson Tinker, strong safety Jarrod Wilson, center Tyler Shatley and offensive tackle Josh Wells. New cornerback A.J. Bouye was undrafted when he signed with Houston in 2013.