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  1. From Albert Breer's Mailbag From Michael Marino (@MichaelMarino37): Saleh mentioned the Jets had Garrett Wilson above Drake London on their board. Is that legit or is he just saying that to excite fans? I don’t think Robert Saleh is kidding. My understanding is that Wilson was the No. 1 receiver on the Jets’ board, and a big reason why, as I see it, is he has the sort of complete skill set that gives the ceiling to become a true No. 1 receiver. The Jets already have complementary pieces at the position, in Elijah Moore and Braxton Berrios, and this year’s 10th pick has a chance to grow into the type of threat that’ll open things up for them. If you want to get excited, here are three comps for Wilson I’ve heard over the last few years: DeAndre Hopkins, Stefon Diggs, CeeDee Lamb. All of those guys are averaged-sized receivers with go-go gadget arms who play much bigger than they are, and can attack the defense on all three levels. To me, that’s who Wilson is, too.
  2. My 10 favorite scheme and player fits from the 2022 NFL Draft: Ted’s Film Room https://theathletic.com/3282066/2022/05/02/nfl-draft-best-team-scheme-player-matches/ 6. Breece Hall, RB, New York Jets Play style: Patient runner with excellent vision Scheme: Outside zone Breece Hall runs with unusual patience, setting up his blocks and exploding upfield when a crease opens. Has a natural feel for cutting at the best angles to find the open field. He doesn’t need to waste a lot of space and time to make people miss, can do so with quick moves and easily layers on moves when he needs to. The natural comparison for Hall is Le’Veon Bell because of how he takes his time behind the line of scrimmage. Hall is the best zone runner in the class and he’ll be going to an outside zone system with the Jets. Right now, he’s a better inside zone runner than outside. When running outside zone, there are times when he’ll look to set up the vertical cut too early when he should be pressing the outside but this can be coached out of him. His feel for manipulating defenses and finding creases is uncommon and he’ll be fun to watch in this style of offense. Also, offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur wants to have versatile weapons so that he can create mismatches and confusion with his personnel groupings. Hall had 83 receptions in his college career but didn’t run many routes downfield. In this offense, he’ll be asked to run “choice” routes and occasionally split out wide. He’ll need to refine his route running so he could truly be a weapon in the passing game — he has the hands and cutting ability to do it.
  3. Yea. Whoever wants to listen.
  4. I can't stand Greenie.
  5. Josh Norris had the most accurate mock draft last hear. Hutchinson
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