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  1. The Jets trade their star DL Muhammad Wilkerson to the Dallas Cowboys, probably not the deal Jets fans would have wanted. Jets get - Cowboys 2nd (34), Cowboys 3rd (67) and the Cowboys 4th (101). Cowboys get - Muhammad Wilkerson and the Jets 3th (83). 1st Round Pick (20) - Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State - 6'7'' 310lbs. The Jets find themselves in a bad spot when Leonard Floyd, Darron Lee and Jack Conklin are all of the board. They select Decker to fill their need to get younger at OL, Decker is a big T who can start from day one for the Jets, his size and motor are great, he is very good at run blocking and a little underated at pass blocking, Decker is a guy who can start for years at RT and maybe develop in to a LT and take over for D'Brick in the future. 2nd Round Pick (34) - Noah Spence, EDGE, Eastern Kentucky - 6'2'' 251lbs. OLB has been a need for years and Noah Spence can be the guy for New York, Spence is a very talent prospect with major off the field concerns, the former buckeye slips out of the first round because of his past off the field issues and some bad interviews before the draft. Spence will be a nice addition to the Jets LB core and provide some pressure of the edges along side Lorenzo Mauldin. 2nd Round Pick (51) - Jaylon Smith, LB, Notre Dame - 6'2'' 223lbs. After blowing up his knee Jaylon Smith slips out of the first round right in the Jets hands. Before the injury Smith was considered a top-10 prospect in this year draft, with blazing speed Jaylon can do it all on the football field cover, tackle and rush the QB.After bring back veteran LB Erin Henderson the Jets can afford to give Smith the one year redshirt that he needs to recovery from his injury. Too good of a talent for New York to pass up. 3rd Round Pick (67) - Nick Martin, C, Notre Dame - 6'4'' 299lbs. NY go back to back with Fighting Irish players as they select Nick Martin and still look to build their offensive line of the future. 4th Round Pick (101) - Nick Vannet, TE, Ohio State - 6'6'' 257lbs. Every down TE who can help on the run block and help on the passing game, but wasn't used at the Ohio State offense that much so its hard to tell how good he is catching balls. 4th Round Pick (118) - Keanu Neal, FS, Florida - 6'0'' 211lbs. Hard hitter safety but with questioable speed and very raw coverage skills. Adds depth to the secondary, the Jets have scouted some safeties this year. 5th Round Pick (157) - Travis Feeney, LB, Washigton - 6'4'' 226lbs. Speedy LB who needs to get bigger and stronger to have a chance in the NFL. Show some good awareness when asked to cover in zone and at times can rush the QB. Adds depth to the LB core. 7th Round Pick (244) - Tom Hackett, P, Utah - 5'11'' 185lbs Do i have to say anything? No brainer, Quigley days are finally over. Please leave a comment, if you like it or not, what would you do different, but be kind thats my first mock draft ever! I'm from Brazil my english still have some flaws so take easy on me!
  2. I think is between Spence, Floyd or Lee. But idk if both Floyd or Lee will be there at 20, and Spence has the off the field problems.
  3. Travis Feeney, LB, Washignton. Blazing speed, good size,can cover, very thin (230lbs) and has a history if injurys on both of his sholders.
  4. Please don't, just don't see what other people see in Glennon.
  5. Based on his stats, looks like he is a lb who can cover, and that is one of ours biggest needs. Sign this beast
  6. Didn't really like the first two rounds, don't think this front office is willing to use a first round pick on a guy that had many off the fields issues. Really liked the Jaylon Smith and the Rashard Robinson picks, but again, Smith is a guy who may never play again, but i think Robinson is a gamble worth taking.
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