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  1. Per Tony Pauline. He was right about us moving up. https://www.profootballnetwork.com/2021-nfl-draft-rumors-buzz-draft-week/ What positions are the Jets targeting early on Day 2? (11:25 AM) The Jets have a big decision to make at the top of Round 2 — running back or defense. I’m told right now they seem to be leaning towards Azeez Ojulari, whom they did not expect to be on the board. Ojulari will help improve the pass rush and is the hybrid type of defender Robert Saleh likes. He’s a big-time prospect, but as I stated yesterday, medical red flags at the NFL Combine really hurt his draft stock, New York Jets moving up? (7:50 PM ET) Word I’m hearing is the Jets would like to move up from pick 23 if they can swing a deal. The players they are targeting are either of the top corners, Surtain or Horn, or one of the top remaining offensive lineman.
  2. Talks about Zach Wilson around the 12:37 mark. I thought it was a pretty good interview overall if you have time to watch the whole thing.
  3. 2nd round pick if we trade down? Or we have to take him with the 34th pick?
  4. Per Tony Pauline. https://www.profootballnetwork.com/2021-nfl-draft-rumors-buzz-draft-week/ How many wide receivers will come off the board in Round 1 — and who is the sleeper first-round WR? (12:15 PM ET) As was the case one year ago, it’s a very strong receiver draft in 2021. A year ago, six receivers were selected in the first round. And as of right now, several teams have six receivers with first-round grades. But having a first-round grade does not necessarily mean a player will land in the top 32 selections. So who are the six receivers graded as potential top-32 choices? The familiar names at the top include Ja’Marr Chase, DeVonta Smith, Jaylen Waddle, Rashod Bateman, and Kadarius Toney. The sleeper who could end up in the first round is Elijah Moore of Mississippi, as some teams even project him into the late teens/early twenties. Moore comes off a sensational season, which he capped off by timing in the low-to-mid 4.3s during his pro day workout. What positions are the Jets targeting on the first two days of the NFL Draft? (10:45 AM ET) It will come as a surprise to no one, but the New York Jets will look to address the cornerback and receiver positions early in the draft. From what’s coming out of Florham Park, the feeling is the Jets won’t use their second first-round pick on a cornerback, but rather wait until Day 2
  5. Peter King's mock Draft pick for us. Also interesting he doesn't have Jenkins going in the first round. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/04/26/2021-nfl-mock-draft-fmia-peter-king/?cid=fmiatw 23. New York Jets (from Seattle)—Gregory Rousseau, edge-rusher, Miami So no one knows which edge rusher is going to be very good. The Jets want one. I think they might take Paye if available, and they might also trade up for one. They also could roll the dice on Azeez Ojulari, the highly rated rusher from Georgia who could slip because some teams are worried about his knee issues. Rousseau is an interesting story. Medical redshirt as a 2018 Miami frosh, huge season (35 sacks/TFLs) in 2019 as a rush end, opted out in 2020. So teams have seen him in all of seven starts and one season as a rusher. “Such a tough evaluation,” one GM told me. “But I can’t unsee what I saw in 2019. He was a man that year.” In many ways, Rousseau is the perfect illustration of the 2020 draft prospect: Tantalizing, touch of mystery, not enough on tape to totally trust. The one reason NOT to give him to the Jets is New York cannot afford to bust on first-round picks—the Jets have too much recent history of that. If Joe Douglas makes this pick, it’ll be because he’s swinging for a home run, not a gap double. 3) A record number of teams want to go down. “I’d say 35 to 75 is the hotbed of this draft,” one GM trying to move down from the twenties told me Sunday. I’m projecting a couple of small trades in my mock. I just couldn’t find evidence that QB-needy teams like New England, Washington and Chicago would move up from mid-round and kill their ’22 (and maybe ’23) drafts to move up for a passer.
  6. Per Tony Pauline https://www.profootballnetwork.com/nfl-draft-2021-sleepers-marlon-williams-ben-mason/ 2021 NFL Draft Sleeper: Ben Mason, FB, Michigan Multi-purpose weapon Ben Mason of Michigan is an under-the-radar prospect getting rave reviews. The sometimes fullback, sometimes H-back, sometimes tight end is another player who can squeeze every ounce of talent from his body. He’s a terrific blocker and a sensational pass catcher out of the backfield. Mason also does a solid job carrying the ball when called upon. These are skills Mason showed off during his career at Michigan and, more importantly, duplicated on a grander scale during Senior Bowl practices. Scouts didn’t grade Mason coming into the season, but he’s now a lock Day 3 selection. Which teams are looking at Mason? Many teams are, but keep this in mind: Mason is drawing a lot of comparisons to Kyle Juszczyk, the nine-year veteran out of Harvard and five-time Pro Bowl selection who recently signed a five-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers. More and more people tell me Mason is a natural fit for the New York Jets. They will be running an offense similar to the one used in San Francisco. Expectations are that Gang Green looks Mason’s way in the middle of Day 3.
  7. Who's going to be our gadget player wearing a single digit
  8. Per Tony Pauline: https://www.profootballnetwork.com/nfl-rumors-draft-news-jamarr-chases-potential-teams-moving-up-for-qbs-and-more/ Joe Douglas seems to favor a specific type of offensive linemen. Can you give some names you believe fit Joe Douglas’ preferred personality and scheme for the first three rounds of the draft? Centers Creed Humphrey, Michal Menet, and Drew Dalman. Tackles Teven Jenkins and Dillon Radunz. Guards Wyatt Davis and Jack Anderson.
  9. Perfect for us, as other posters have been saying as well. Draft is deep with slot receivers.
  10. Draft O-line with our picks, especially in rounds 1-3.
  11. We need to bring this back. Focus the draft on the offense side of the ball. Front office has to be thinking the same way as well.
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