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  1. 43 minutes ago, PepPep said:

    Nonsense. They want Becton to come back in full force and draft an edge. 

    Not from what I hear.  The worry is that the Jags or Texans will snatch Ickey out from under them.  They love Sauce, but for their money at the # 4 spot, Ickey is the cat they very much covet. 

  2. My three highest rated players in the draft are 

    ICKEY

    SAUCE

    HAMILTON

    Either Ickey or Sauce would be worthy of the # 4 pick, with Hamilton being a consideration based largely on intangibles 

    Number four on my big board would be Hutch, but I DO NOT want the Jets to take him with number 4. 

    Since prior to the combine, I have been LOUDLY touting Sauce and Iceky as the two best players in the draft.  I have also been saying that Becton is a bust and the JETS MUST draft Ickey as a replacement.

    And now... (By all means call BS), I have inside info that confirms that the Jets brass very much wants to get what they can in trade for Becton and draft his replacement. 

    The worry is that either the Jags or Texans are going to take Ickey because they realize how good he is.

    I dont have any info on what the Jets will do if Ickey is gone by 4.  Only that they want to move on from BEcton and that they also suspect Ickey will be gone by 4.

    So, in that event, who do they Jets take at 4 ??? Sauce ??? OT Neal ??? Hamilton ??? Trade down a few spots ????

  3. 3 hours ago, slats said:

    **** this! I DO NOT WANT JD to trade up in the first round two years in a row for interior OL. Dumb, just dumb. 

    Let's really solidify that offensive line the way Mangini did with Brick and Mangold int he same draft.

    Ickey at number 4 and trade a few spots down from 10 to 20, get an extra 2nd or 3rd round pick and take Lindy later in the first round.

    That will continue the line of ELITE Jets centers

    Schmidt, Fields, Sweeney, Mawae, Mangold and now, Lindy

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  4. 21 hours ago, GreenFish said:

    Will take: Ickey Ekwonu. I think he’s been our guy since the combine.

    Should take: Hutchinson or Sauce. The two cleanest prospects who also play premium positions and fit our scheme.

    Love both Ickey and Sauce and would be VERY happy with either one.   If they take Ickey at 4, they can take Trent McDuffie at 10.

    If they take Sauce at 4, they can take London at 10.

  5. 3 hours ago, Claymation said:

    Trevor Lawrence, I thought he was going to be the best QB prospect since Luck. His throws lack zip and accuracy. His progressions are slow.

    The fact that he will be in another system is not a good sign for his growth. If they don't protect him it will further hinder his development.

    Way too early to tell.  He showed a lot of promise at times.  His biggest problem is the team he is on.  I expect he will be a reclamation project at the end of his rookie contract.  

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  6. 12 hours ago, Sarge4Tide said:

    Doesn't have to be a Jets draft pick - a player you thought would be a bust who turned out to be great or a player you thought would be great who turned out to be a bust?

    I'll straight up admit to thinking Trent Richardson would be the greatest RB in the NFL.  I also thought another Bama player, Keith McCants would be a Hall of Famer.  

    JOSH ALLEN - BILLS

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  7.  

    I like this prospect (Brian Asamoa) Oklahoma LB SOOOO much *SPECIFICALLY* for the Jets/Selah defense, I had to make a thread about it.  

    https://www.nfl.com/prospects/brian-asamoah/32004153-4158-6824-4e3e-99c858dd3af6

    "Does the heavy lifting, as most of his tackles were solo efforts.

    Quick read and react in early stages of the rep.

    Reads his keys and recognizes misdirection in the run game.

    Full-throttle trigger to disrupt blocking scheme.

    Very good sideline-to-sideline chase speed.

    Projectable traits and flashes as a playmaker.

    Movement is athletic and easy in coverage.

    Able to expand coverage area from zone.

    Should shine as a kick- and punt-cover talent on special teams."

    I saw him play in two games and thought to myself that he reminded me of the LBs that the Saints had in the mid 80's to 90's.  Swilling, Mills, Turnbull.  Then, I went and watched a few highlights and I got a few more ideas.   

    If Saleh is going to be running the 4-2-5 a lot (where the DB and LB flex) *THIS* is the ideal guy to be the rambler in that defense.

    Let's see if JD has done his study work.  I'm going to be ecstatic if they draft him.

  8. 6 minutes ago, GangGreen Machine said:

    Jets biggest flaw in the WR room last year seemed to be getting separation outside of Moore in a few games and Berrios at the end of the season.

    London is a throwback bully ball WR. Rules have changed for the better for wide outs so no priority need for elite physicality.

    Id like some more speed and agility in the next high pick WR to become a jet. Maybe someone with traits similar to Mr. Hill but without the baggage. 

    As soon as teams start looking to follow a trend, the trend is over.  London has good hands and is aggressive to the ball.  Can play outside or in the slot/seam.  He can and does get some separation by cutting and making moves.  I don't see him getting a lot of yards after the catch, though.  A not so wealthy man's Keyshawn Johnson.   

    Just a guess, but I think he would be better for a QB that throws on time and has ideal ball placement.  London will run nice short and medium routs and come out of his move/break with some space, but he's not going to be much help for a QB that improvises and moves around more than rely on precision and pre-snap read.  

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  9. 3 hours ago, THE BARON said:

    Dont waste your time with Kiper.  Here are two expert drafts from The Baron.   I consider Ickey and Sauce the two best players in the draft, and ones that will fill a key need.  Since it highly improbable that the Jets can land both, I have one daft taking Ickey at # 4 and one the other takes Sauce at # 4.  TheBaron *personally* guarantees four starters in either draft and two perennial ProBowlers.  I'm also POSITIVE that my later round draft picks will be noteworthy produces.  This would be a draft for the ages.

     

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    3 hours ago, THE BARON said:

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    And here is one more FIVE STAR EXPERT draft from THE BARON with Hamilton as the # 4 pick

     

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  10. 1 hour ago, slats said:

    Edge and WR. Jets have two left tackles, already. 

    I dont count Becton and how much longer will Fant be available and at his best ??? That position is so important and Ickey is such a great prospect, I cant's see how you pass on him for any other player in the draft besides perhaps Sauce or Hamilton.  Thibs would be off my draft board for the first round. 

  11. Dont waste your time with Kiper.  Here are two expert drafts from The Baron.   I consider Ickey and Sauce the two best players in the draft, and ones that will fill a key need.  Since it highly improbable that the Jets can land both, I have one daft taking Ickey at # 4 and one the other takes Sauce at # 4.  TheBaron *personally* guarantees four starters in either draft and two perennial ProBowlers.  I'm also POSITIVE that my later round draft picks will be noteworthy produces.  This would be a draft for the ages.

     

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