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  1. Sam should have been the #1 pick of the 2018 draft, and people are going to see why after this upcoming season.
  2. Maulet graded out really well on PFF and the staff really likes him. Desir, Austin, Maulet, Poole, and Hall are roster locks. Hairston, Wilson, Guidry and Lamar Jackson are likely competing for one spot.
  3. Huff's style reminds me so much of James Harrison
  4. I forgot about Smith having 4.3 speed and a real QB arm. If he’s worked on his drops (he converted to WR halfway through college), he might have a real chance to stick on the roster. He can be used in so many different ways, a la Brad Smith. Here’s a refresher from last year: https://www.ganggreennation.com/2019/5/19/18623472/jets-2019-udfa-jeff-smith-wr-boston-college
  5. Onwausor’s performance alongside Mosey is mainly a testament to how good Mosley is and how he can elevate the squad around him. Fundamentally speaking, Williamson is a far superior player.
  6. Maye might not be a superstar, but this is a god awful take. Maye is a good player. He was the 17th best safety in the NFL according to PFF last year (Adams was 5th).
  7. If the 'field' includes Malik Hooker, I'm taking the field.
  8. I'm sure there will be threads devoted to him, but Malik Hooker was a surprise declare. He is the absolutely perfect Free Safety specimen and may be the best safety prospect of all time. The Jets should strongly consider Hooker at pick #6 to replace Gilchrist and allow Pryor to play closer to the line of scrimmage.
  9. Locker starting is likely an upgrade for them and a benefit for those of us who want to see the Jets lose
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