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  1. By Glenn Naughton Once the dust stirred up by the NFL draft settles, it’s time for clubs to start working the phones to bring in those players who weren’t chosen, but whose game film, production and interviews left enough of an impression to get themselves signed in the minutes and hours following the draft. Here’s a list of players that have been brought in by Gang Green thus far: Doug Middleton- Safety – 6′ 210 – Appalachian State A big hitting safety who does his best work in the box, Middleton didn’t play against top competition at Appalachian State, but his fiery playing style and leadership traits were bound to get him a look somewhere. Robby Anderson- Wide Receiver – 6′ 3” 190 – Temple An extremely intriguing prospect out of Temple, Anderson’s size speed combo (4.28 40 at his pro day) make him worth a look. He’ll make plenty of dazzling catches but will also suffer the occasional drop on what should be a routine catch. Anderson faced lower competition at Temple, but he did face off against first-round cornerback William Jackson III and had quite a day. Matched up against one another for most of the day, Anderson hauled in 12 catches for 150 yards, including a 51-yard grab that saw Anderson scream past Jackson III lined up one-on-one. Jalin Marshall- Wide Receiver – 5′ 10” 200 – Ohio State Yet another Ohio State product heading to the NFL, only this time not via the draft. Marshall is listed is a wide receiver but is more likely to get a look at H-back in the pro’s. He logged 25 carries as a running back as a freshman before seeing that drop to just 2 in a Sophomore with most of his production coming as a receiver. In two seasons at Ohio State, he totaled 74 receptions for 976 yards and 11 TD’s. Tom Hackett- Punter – 5′ 10” 198 – Utah Hackett joins seventh-round draft choice Lac Edwards in trying to take over Ryan Quigley this season. The two-time Ray Guy award winner averaged 47.9 yards per punt with 45.9% of his kicks landing inside the 20-yard line at Utah. Claude Pelon- Defensive Lineman – 6′ 4” 310 – USC Pelon moved around a little bit on the Trojans defensive line from end to tackle so he does have some versatility. Not ultra-productive after picking up just 45 tackles and 4 sacks in two seasons, Pelon is unlikely to be much more than a camp body. Quenton Bundrage- Wide Receiver – 6′ 2” 192 – Iowa State Bundrage had a strong 2013 season (48-676-9) before missing all of 2014 with a torn ACL. Coming back from the injury, he saw his numbers slip to 41-548-4 which may have prevented him from being a late-round pick. Kyle Friend- Center/Guard – 6′ 2” 305 – Temple Without an established backup center on the roster and Nick Mangold’s advanced age, it makes sense to bring a guy like Friend in to camp. An experienced starter and three-time team captain at Temple, Friend is a high character player with incredible strength, ripping off 41 reps of 225 at his pro day. Jason VanderLaan – QB/TE – 6′ 4” 244 – Ferris State Tiny Ferris State’s starting quarterback is college football’s all-time leading rushing quarterback with over 5,000 yards but is said to be looking at a move to Tight End with Gang Green. Tarow Barney- Defensive Lineman – 6′ 1” 306 In just 13 career games at Penn State, Barney picked up 16 tackles to go along with 2.5 sacks. Ross Martin- K – 5′ 10” 185 – Duke One of countries most accurate kickers, Martin hit 83% of his kicks at Duke. Daniel Sobolewski- K – 6′ 224 – Albright Another kicker to compete in camp, Sobolewski is a local product from Linden, NJ who was named first-team All-American by USA College football. Lawrence Thomas- Defensive Lineman – 6′ 3” 286 – Michigan State Thomas didn’t see much of the field through his first two college seasons as a linebacker but saw some action as a D-lineman during his Junior and Senior seasons, picking up 72 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss and 6 sacks. Also played fullback as a Freshman. Romar Morris- Running Back – 5′ 10” 190 – North Carolina Morris blazed a 4.36 40 at his pro day but he lacks on-field production. In 44 collegiate contests, Morris carried the ball 213 times for 1,024 yards (4.8 YPC) and 12 touchdowns. Morris also returned 27 kicks for 597 yards during his time at North Carolina. More names are likely to be added in the coming days, so stay tuned and join the discussion on our forums. Click here to read the full story...
  2. By Glenn Naughton All Seven rounds of the NFL draft are in the books and Mike Maccagnan and the New York Jets came away with seven new players, most filling pressing needs for both the immediate and distant futures. Here’s a quick rundown on what the Jets come away from Chicago with the 2016 season looming. Round 1- pick 20 – (20) Darron Lee- Linebacker – Ohio State- 6′ 1” 232 lbs –Lee was a disruptive force during his time at Ohio State and he cemented himself as a first rounder when he ran a 4.47 40 time in Indy. A sideline-to-sideline defender, Lee is going to work primarily at inside linebacker according to Head Coach Todd Bowles, but don’t think for one second he won’t be used to come off the edge on a situational basis. Lee showed great burst in that role at Ohio State and gives Bowles another play making weapon for his defensive arsenal while adding a player who can cover running backs out of the backfield. Round 2- pick 20 – (51) Christian Hackenberg- Quarterback – Penn State- 6′ 4” 223 –With just Geno Smith and an unproven Bryce Petty currently on the roster, things look bleak for the Jets under center. Adding Hackenberg didn’t do a great deal to bring a sense of calm to the fan base as his time at Penn State was a nightmare after a promising Freshman campaign. A Head Coaching change and a depleted roster spelled disaster for Hackenberg who saw his completion percentage drop every season of his college career, ending with a paltry 53.5% last season. Even still, his prototypical size, plus arm-strength and excellent performance three seasons ago in a pro style system give some reason for hope moving forward. Round 3- pick 20 – (83) Jordan Jenkins- Linebacker – Georgia – 6′ 3” 259 –Veteran linebacker Calvin Pace is unlikely to return and Jenkins gives the Jets a player who they can hope will step in and fill the role of strong side linebacker immediately. Jenkins compiled 204 tackles (39 for loss) and 19 sacks in his four seasons at Georgia while playing multiple linebacker spots. Round 4- pick 20 – (118) Juston Burris- Cornerback – NC State – 6′ 212 –A big, strong cornerback who struggles with technique from time, leading to some pass interference calls, Burris also played at a high level at NC state where he held opposing QB’s to a 34.1% completion percentage. Round 5- pick 21 (158) Brandon Shell- Offensive Tackle – South Carolina – 6′ 5” 324 The Jets shipped a 2017 4th round pick to the Redskins to add a 5th round choice and address another position of need along the offensive line. In doing so, they chose Shell, the great-nephew of Hall of Famer Art Shell. An excellent run blocker in college who got the job done more often than not. Less of a pass blocker at this point which make him a more natural fit at at right tackle, Shell should need some time to develop and provide depth along the O-line. Round 7- Pick 14 (235) Lac Edwards- Punter – Sam Houston State – 6′ 4” 209 Edwards is an Australian import who becomes the lone punter on the roster as the Jets made no attempt to retain Ryan Quigley. According to NFL.com, Edwards dropped 38.9% of his punts inside the opponent’s 20-yard line. Round 7- Pick 20 (241) Charone Peake- Wide Receiver – Clemson – 6′ 2” 209 Peake has a chance to be the biggest steal of this draft for the Jets. An incredible combination of size and speed (4.45 combine/4.37 pro day), Peake is an ideal late-round pick. Undeniable physical tools who struggled to get on the field early in his college career due to injuries and being buried on the depth chart, but who produced as a senior when he hauled in 50 balls for 716 yards (14.3 YPC) and 5 touchdowns in 14 games. When all was said and done, the Jets addressed needs at linebacker in getting a player who can rush the passer and cover as well as what should be an immediate starter in Jenkins. Hackenberg is polarizing, but it’s comforting to know that Maccagnan appears to be a “take one until you get one” when it comes to quarterbacks after taking QB’s in each of his first two drafts. Depth at cornerback and along the offensive line were also needs, and bringing in another big target in the 6′ 2” Peake isn’t a bad idea given Brandon Marshall’s age and a lack of speed receivers on the roster. With the draft in the books, it’s time to monitor the undrafted free agent wire while waiting for the 2016 season to get under way. Click here to read the full story...
  3. With their final pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the New York Jets selectedClemson WR Charone Peake. From NFL.com: PRO DAY RESULTS 40-yard dash: 4.37 seconds ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Possesses outstanding combination of size, length and deep speed. Looks the part of a WR1. Plays with consistent lean and acceleration into routes. Big athlete with some shake underneath to separate in tight quarters. Controlled strider after the catch with ability to hit top gear quickly on wide receiver screens and crossers. Is best when aggressively finishing catches against cornerbacks. Three-level potential as a pass catcher. Shows cornerbacks varied route speeds. Sells route at his top speed, but has another gear saved up to overtake defender when he hits the gas. Legitimate deep ball threat. Has potential to be dominant run blocker if he commits. Hard worker in the classroom and scouts love his personal character. WEAKNESSES Hands are extremely small for his size and position. Late to get hands in catch­-ready position on intermediate throws. Dropped five passes for drop rate of 9.1 percent. Slows a bit on vertical routes when turning to find ball rather than maintaining top speed. Can improve working to open spaces against zone. Production never matched talent. Inconsistent in release success against press. Injuries are a major concern with two knee surgeries in his background. DRAFT PROJECTION Round 3 Click here to read the full story...
  4. With their first pick in the 7th round (#235 overall) the New York Jets have selected punter Lachlan Edwards from Sam Houston State. Click here to read the full story...
  5. The Jets traded a 2017 4th round pick to the Washington Redskins, for the 158th pick in this year’s draft for Brandon Shell. Physical Attributes: Height: 6’5″ Weight: 324 lbs Arms: 34.75 Pro-Day Numbers: 40 Yard Dash: 5.19 Vertical Jump: 30.5 Broad Jump: 9’4″ Bench Press: 22 CBS Draft mentions that he did well in the East West Shrine practices. PFF had this to say about him while ranking him just behind German Ifedi: Shell’s evaluations may have been a little more glowing had he not faced Myles Garrett and Charles Harris. Those two players ate his lunch and exposed some flaws that will continue to get exposed at the next level. Shell’s hands widen too often in pass protection and defenders routinely get the first punch. He’s also far too quick to open his hips and let pass rushers get the edge on him. The good news is outside of those two games he was one of the cleanest pass protectors in the country. USA Today grades Shell as an early 5th round prospect, and speculates that he may transition to guard in the NFL. Draftek.com ranked Shell as the 9th best RT prospect, ahead of fan favorite Jason Spriggs. FoxSports cites Mel Kiper as saying Shell could go as high as the second or third round. NFL Draft Blitz ranked Shell as the 7th best OT prospect. The Jets have drafted yet another player that seems to be versatile. Shell seems to be more natural at the right tackle position, but there is enough speculation that he can slide over to guard if need be. Shell also had a SPARQ score of 78.3, which placed him 20th overall on the offensive line. The Jets needed help on the offensive line, and they seemed to have picked a guy that can slide in at guard or right tackle, but might need some time to learn the ropes. His high SPARQ score indicate elite potential based on physical ability, but it might take time to manifest. Please follow the discussion on Brandon Shell, and all other prospects on our message board. Click Here. Click here to read the full story...
  6. The New York Jets held the 20th pick in the 4th round, and selected Juston Burris from North Carolina State. Physical Stats: Height: 6’0″ Weight: 212 lbs Arms: 31.5 inches Pro Day Stats: 40 Yard Dash: 4.50 225 Bench Press: 19 Vertical Jump: 36.5 Broad Jump: 10’2″ Shuttle: 4.40 3 Cone: 7.10 NFL.com ranked him as the 99th prospect for the 2016 draft in January. CBS Scouting Report notes that he is best suited for a team running man coverage. USA Today gave a 3rd round grade to Burris in their draft write-up. Pro Football Focus had this to say about Burris five months ago: The senior from Raleigh is one of the more underrated cornerbacks in college football. He has shut down opposing receivers week in and week out. The most yards he has allowed in one game was 20 against Old Dominion in week three and has eight games of allowing under ten yards. His overall grade is +11.3 and opposing quarterbacks have an NFL style quarterback rating of 38.4 when he is targeted. Quarterbacks have started to avoid throwing to Burris’s side. Since week four, Burris is eighth in the nation in cover snaps per target at 13.8. Burris has also shown the ability to support against the run. He has an overall grade of +3.9 as a run stopper including a +2.1 grade against the number-one ranked team in the country – Clemson. The Jets picked Burris for his physicality, as he was tied for 3rd in bench presses among the defensive back group at the combine. His skills are suited for man coverage, and he is physical at the line of scrimmage. There have been some chatter about him possibly moving to free safety at some point, but as of now he fits in at corner-back. The possibility of multi-position eligibility seems to be a theme with the current regime’s defensive picks, as they seem to value players that can move around the field. Please join our discussion about Juston Burris and other on our message board. Click Here. Click here to read the full story...
  7. By Glenn Naughton For the second time in three selections, the New York Jets have opted to address their defensive front-7 in going with Georgia outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins. Jenkins, a 6′ 3” 253 lb linebacker racked up 19 sacks in four seasons in Georgia to go along with 204 tackles and six forced fumbles. NFL.com player profile had the following to say about Jenkins: OVERVIEW Jenkins, Georgia’s Most Improved Player for the 2014 season (9.5 tackles for loss, five sacks), came out in a flash as a senior, racking up 11 tackles, 5.5 for loss and two sacks against Vanderbilt. Groin and hip injuries limited him throughout the year, however (59 tackles, 10.5 for loss, four sacks), keeping him off all-conference teams. Jenkins started six games as a true freshman(eight tackles for loss, five sacks) and earned second-team All-SEC honors as a sophomore (12 tackles for loss, five sacks) before truly coming into his own as a junior. PRO DAY RESULTS 40-yard dash: 4.77 seconds Vertical: 38 inches Broad jump: 10 feet, 3 inches Short shuttle: 4.32 seconds 3-cone: 7.41 seconds ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Very aware of what is happening around him. Has a high football IQ and has understanding of down, distance and tendencies. Physical at the point of attack and sets a strong edge. Has desired thickness and play strength to hold up against NFL edge blockers and freakishly long arms and big hands for his size. Won’t sit on blocks and uses powerful hands to shed and get into the action. Has played standing and with a hand in the dirt and can handle himself in zone coverage. Team captain. Brings a pro-­ready play demeanor to the field each Saturday. WEAKNESSES Not a dynamic pass rusher. Has some knee stiffness in his rush and won’t “out-­athlete” many NFL tackles. Upright play limits his speed-­to-­power effectiveness as a bull-­rusher. Average upfield explosion off the snap. Did not impress against Alabama. Dealt with a nagging groin injury this season. DRAFT PROJECTION Rounds 2 or 3 SOURCES TELL US “I think he’s a plug-and-play second-rounder who can play in an odd or even front. He reminds me of the type of guy Ozzie (Newsome) looks for with his toughness.” — ­AFC Director of Scouting NFL COMPARISON Nick Perry BOTTOM LINE Three-year starter who has played both outside linebacker spots in the Bulldogs 3-­4 defense. With Jenkins length and outstanding power on the edge, he is a natural fit as an edge-­setting strongside 3­-4 outside linebacker in the pros. Jenkins may not be viewed as dangerous enough as a pass rusher to warrant a first round pick, but he’s a safe pick whose toughness and football IQ make him an early starter candidate. Care to share your thougths on the Jordan selection? Log on to our forums here to let your voice be heard. Click here to read the full story...
  8. By Glenn Naughton Immediately after selecting Penn State Quarterback Christian Hackenberg in the second round of the NFL draft, insider Ian Rapoportaddressed the current status of quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and it appears the Jets are still making an effort to re-sign Fitzpatrick, but it’s entirely possible that their contract offer may go from two seasons to just a one-year deal. Should Fitzpatrick return, it would make for a crowded quarterback depth chart with Fitzpatrick, Geno Smith, Hackenberg and last season’s fourth-round pick, Bryce Petty rounding out the group. Smith, of course, would be the lone signal caller who was not brought in by the current regime. Come opening day, it’s unlikely the Jets will carry four quarterbacks, and as most coaches and General Managers lean toward keeping “their guys”, it may be that Geno Smith has played his final game as a New York Jet. Click here to read the full story...
  9. By Glenn Naughton One day after surprising onlookers by passing on Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch, the New York Jets got the quarterback they have “wanted for months” according to NFL network’s Ian Rapoport in Penn State QB Christian Hackenberg. A polarizing prospect who regressed after a strong Freshman year, Hackenberg would struggle through his Sophomore and Junior seasons, throwing 18 touchdownss to 21 interceptions to go along with his 54% completion percentage. Hackenberg’s CBS.com scouting report reads as follows: STRENGTHS: Ideal physical build and height for the position. Loose and live arm to rip lasers with above average velocity and zip. Effortless deep ball thrower and able to make throws other quarterbacks are physically unable to make. Toughness isn’t a question with the size to take consistent punishment and bounce back. Quick-footed athlete for his size to easily move in the pocket or stretch his legs and throw from different platforms. Clean footwork in his three-, five- and seven-step drops. Experienced taking snaps under center with pro-style concepts. Two-year team captain (second youngest player to be elected captain in school history) and viewed as a leader in the locker room. Well-respected on campus, especially for the way he handled adversity with the sanctions (helped keep the 2013 recruiting class together) and the struggles with the coaching change. Durable and didn’t miss a start the last three seasons (21-17 record as a starter). WEAKNESSES: Nonexistent feel or awareness in the pocket, struggling to navigate himself around the noise. Slow to process and late reading coverages due to questionable vision. Immature eye use, staring down targets and predetermining throws, which leads to inexplicable decisions. Wasn’t consistently asked to make whole field reads or work sideline-to-sideline in his progressions. Confidence needs rebuilt. Too relaxed and needs to show more urgency from snap to release. Highly inconsistent ball placement and downfield touch, struggling to control his ball speeds. Upper and lower half mechanics are often on different pages, affecting his overall accuracy. Doesn’t need to drive his hips to add zip on throws, but improved follow through motion will help his precision. Methodical set-up and delivery, but often out of rhythm. Deer in headlights when blitzed – often sees it coming, but doesn’t make the proper adjustments pre- or post-snap. Played behind a shaky offensive line (sacked 103 times in his career), but too many of those hits were of his own doing, holding the ball too long and clamming up under pressure. Quick-footed athlete for his size, but won’t routinely evade pressures with a bad habit of retreating and getting lost. Ball security needs improved (17 career fumbles). Didn’t miss a game in college, but missed the second half of his final game in January due to a sprained right shoulder – not considered serious, but needs cleared. Completion percentage dropped each season. COMPARES TO: Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears — Players with power arms and well-built frames, Hackenberg and Cutler have similar strengths, but also similar question marks as inconsistent ball placement and pocket awareness can limit their pro ceilings. IN OUR VIEW: A three-year starter, Hackenberg had a promising freshman campaign in 2013 under the guidance of Bill O’Brien, but his development regressed with the new coaching staff the past two seasons. He didn’t receive much help from his surroundings the past two years with questionable play-calling, inconsistent weapons and a leaky offensive line, but Hackenberg deserves plenty of blame as well. Although he has special arm talent, the tape shows flawed decision-making, poor pocket awareness and streaky accuracy due to unstable mechanics. There is no question that Hackenberg will benefit from NFL coaching, but the game still moves at light speed for him and hasn’t shown signs of slowing down – is he already damaged goods? Overall, the physical traits and arm strength are ideal for the NFL, but Hackenberg doesn’t show a natural feel for the game and lacks a strong grasp in three critical areas of playing the position: touch, placement and decision-making. Should incumbent starter Ryan Fitzpatrick return, it could mean the end of the road for Geno Smith as the current regime will be working with Hackenberg and last year’s fourth-round choice, Bryce Petty moving forward. Want to discuss the selection of Hackenberg? Click here to log in and join our forums. Click here to read the full story...
  10. By Glenn Naughton As the Jets gear up for rounds 2 and 3 of tonight’s NFL draft, and the quarterback position is still needing addressed, might Gang Green get involved in a deal with many of the teams rumored to be shopping their current signal-callers? While it’s no secret that the Philadelphia Eagles are shopping current starter Sam Bradford,it was reported last night during the draft that the Eagle’s asking price is a bit steep at a pair of second round picks. Following the selection of Cal quarterback Jared Goff to kick off the draft, the Los Angeles Rams are now said to be shopping both their back-up QB’s in Nick Foles and Case Keenum. Neither player would be likely to inspire much faith from the fan base, but neither would likely represent a significant change from last year’s starter, Ryan Fitzpatrick, who remains unsigned. After taking over for a struggling Foles last season, Keenum started five games, throwing 4 touchdowns and 1 interception while completing 57% of his passes. Jets GM Mike Maccagnan and Head Coach Todd Bowles are both familiar with Keenum as he was a member of the Houston Texans when Maccagnan was working in the Texans front office, and Bowles faced Keenum and the Texans in 2014 when Keenum tied a career-high with 3 touchdown passes. Click here to read the full story...
  11. By Glenn Naughton No, it wasn’t the potential franchise quarterback many had hoped for in Paxton Lynch, but the Jets selection of Ohio State linebacker Darron Lee showed Jets fans that Todd Bowles meant business when he said following last season that Gang Green had to get younger and faster. Perhaps it was the image(s) of Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor running all over the field against a hapless Jets defense as their season went down the drain in week 17, or maybe the countless times running backs seemingly ran free to get open down the field against a slow line backing corps that prompted the Jets front office to pass on Lynch in order to secure the speedy Lee. After running a 4.47 at the combine in Indianapolis, Lee put himself in the conversation to be a mid-first round pick to a team such as the Atlanta Falcons, but very few prognosticators had him slated to go to the Jets. So much for that. After running a tight ship that led to very few leaks or rumors in recent weeks, the Jets kept a lid on their intentions as speculation mounted that they would opt for the rocket-armed Lynch, who would later go to Denver when John Elway traded up just six picks after Lee was chosen. Instead, for the tenth time in their last 11 first round choices, the Jets went with defense. Lee is a versatile defender who played both inside and outside for Ohio State where he racked up 146 tackles, 27 of which were for a loss, and 11 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 3 interceptions. His marquee performance came against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2014 Sugar Bowl, a contest that saw him take home defensiveMVP honors when he tallied 7 tackles, 3 for a loss, and 2 sacks. Some have expressed concern over Lee’s size at 6′ 1”, 235 lbs, but clearly Mike Maccagnan and Todd Bowles were not among those doubters, allowing his on-field production and elite speed dictate a choice that drives home the point that Bowles made, many weeks ago. Younger, and faster. Click here to read the full story...
  12. Welcome Darron Lee !!!!

    For your viewing pleasure; here are some highlights from Darron Lee’s career at Ohio State. If you have 4.47 seconds to spare, you will want to watch Lee’s 40 yard dash at the combine. Click here to read the full story...
  13. Remaining Draft Picks

    The first day of the NFL draft is in the books. With the selection in the first round, the NY Jets selected linebacker Darron Lee from Ohio State. Rounds two and three are on Friday night. Then the draft concludes on Saturday with rounds four through seven. Barring any trades, here are the New York Jets remaining picks. Rd 2, Pick 20 (51) Rd 3, Pick 20 (83) Rd 4, Pick 20 (118) Rd 7, Pick 14 (235) Rd 7, Pick 20 (241) Where do the Jets go from here? There are still some big name QB prospects available so that is always an option that will be considered. Otherwise some big positions of need remain Offensive Line and Tight End. Interesting enough in our JetNation Mock Draft, JetNation member DCat was the GM of the Jets and here were his 2nd and 3rd round selections for the Jets: Shon Coleman – OT – Auburn Austin Hooper – TE – Stanford Here is an interesting thread that lists the best available players left for round two. If you are still dreaming of a QB, here is an interesting though from Cimini on Christian Hackenberg. Click here to read the full story...
  14. Welcome Darron Lee !!!!

    The 20th pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, the New York Jets select Darron Leefrom Ohio State University. Bio: 6’1″ 232 lbs 33.25 inch arms Combine Stats: 4.47: 40 Yard Dash 35.5: Vertical Jump 11’1″: Broad Jump (Pro Day) 4.20: Shuttle Time 7.12: Three-Cone Drill Darron Lee had 4.5 sacks with 66 tackles last year for the Buckeyes. He had 11 tackles for loss. Youtube Highlights: Please follow the discussion of the pick on our forums. Click here to read the full story...
  15. Draft Rankings

    The NFL Draft will be here tomorrow and we wanted to share some draft rankings. These were put together by JetNation members and will help kill the time until the Jets are on the clock. Top tackles and guards Jets targets based on team visits Thoughts on Connor Cook Cardale Jones anyone? Could Myles Jack slide all the way to 20? Paxton Lynch Jets Big Board for round one Click here to read the full story...