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With 6 picks in rounds 4-6, the Jets still have a need to fill several holes in the roster

REMAINING NEEDS AFTER 3 ROUNDS OF DRAFT

  1. Cornerback - Backup Quality with Potential
  2. Backup QB  
  3. Backup RB
  4. Punter
  5. Backup interior OL (Guard/Center)
  6. Maybe another WR?

 


ROSTER
AFTER ROUND 3 OF DRAFT
APRIL 25,  2020

Total Under Contract / Controllable: 79
Available Roster Spots: 11 
(6 draft picks, 3 UDFA, 1 Veteran Free Agents, 1 Re-signed Free Agents)

Offense (40)

Quarterback  (3) 

  • 14 - Sam Darnold 6'3" 221 USC   (QB)
  •   5 - David Fales 6'2" 213 San Jose State (QB)    XXX RE-SIGNED UFA XXX
  •   5 - Mike White 6'5" 218 Western Kentucky (QB) (2019 Practice Squad)

Running Back  (5) 

  • 26 - Le'Veon Bell 6'1" 225 Michigan State  (RB)  
  • 25 - Trenton Cannon 5'11" 185 Virginia State  (RB) (2019 INJURY)
  • 36 - Josh Adams 6'2" 213 Notre Dame (RB)  
  • 38 - Kenneth Dixon 5'10" 228 Louisiana Tech (RB) 
  • 30 - Jalin Moore  5'10" 212 Appalachian State (RB) (2019 INJURY)

Tight End   (5)   

  • 84 - Ryan Griffin 6'6" 255 UCONN (TE) (2019 INJURY)
  • 89 - Chris Herndon 6'4" 253 Miami (TE) (2019 INJURY)
  • 85 - Trevon Wesco 6'3" 267  West Virginia  (TE/FB???)  
  • 87 - Daniel Brown 6'5" 243 James Madison (TE)     XXX RE-SIGNED UFA XXX
  • xx - Ross Travis 6'6" 248  Penn State (TE)  

Wide Receiver   (12) 

  • 82 - Jamison Crowder 5'9" 177 Duke (WR)  
  • xx - Breshard Perriman 6"2" 215 Central Florida (WR)    XXX 2020 Free Agent Signee - Buccaneers XXX
  • xx - Denzel Mims 6'3" 207 Baylor (WR) XXX 2020 DRAFT PICK - RD 2  XXX 
  • xx - Josh Doctson 6'2" 205 TCU (WR)  (Off Season Signing)
  • 10 - Braxton Berrios  5'9" 190  Miami (FL) (WR/KR)  
  • 17 - Vyncint Smith 6'3" 202 Limestone (WR)  
  • 83 - Josh Malone 6'3" 208 Tennessee (WR)
  • 15 - Josh Bellamy 6'0" 208 Louisville (WR)   === ERFA === (2019 INJURY)
  • xx - Keon Hatcher 6'1" 215 Arkansas (WR)  (2019 Practice Squad)
  • xx - Jehu Chesson 6'2" 204 Michigan (WR)  (Off Season Signing - Future Contract)
  • 81 - Quincy Enunwa 6'2" 225 Nebraska   (WR)   (2019 INJURY)   
  • 16 - Jeff Smith 6'0" 195  Boston College   (WR) (2019 INJURY)   

Offensive Line   (15) 

  • xx - Mekhi Becton 6'7" 365 Louisville (T)     XXX 2020 DRAFT PICK - RD 1  XXX 
  • 71 - Alex Lewis 6'6" 315 Michigan (G)     XXX RE-SIGNED UFA XXX    (2019 INJURY)    
  • xx - Conner McGovern 6'4" 306 Missouri (C)   XXX 2020 Free Agent Signee - Broncos XXX
  • xx - Greg Van Roten 6'3" 303 Penn (G)   XXX 2020 Free Agent Signee - Panthers XXX
  • xx - George Fant 6'5" 322 Western Kentucky (T)    XXX 2020 Free Agent Signee - Seahawks XXX
  • 67 - Brian Winters 6'4" 320 Kent State (G)     (2019 INJURY)  
  • 75 - Chuma Edoga 6'3" 308 USC (T)   (2019 INJURY)   
  • 78 - Jonotthan Harrison 6"4" 300 Florida (C)
  • 69 - Conor McDermott 6'8" 305 UCLA (G/T)   
  • xx - Josh Andrews 6"4" 311 Oregon State (C/G)  XXX 2020 Free Agent Signee - Colts XXX
  • 70 - Ben Braden 6'6" 329 Michigan (G/T)
  • 63 - Leo Koloamatangi 6'5" 305 Hawaii (G/C)  +++ RFA - Re-Signed +++
  • 65 - Corbin Kaufusi 6'9" 276 BYU (OL)  (2019 Practice Squad)
  • xx - Brad Lundblade 6'3" 305 Oklahoma State (C/OL)  (2019 Practice Squad)
  • 61 - James Murray 6'5" 304 Holy Cross (OL)   (2019 Practice Squad)

Defense (35)

Defensive Line  (9)  

  • 96 - Henry Anderson 6'6" 300  Stanford (DE)   
  • 99 - Steve McLendon 6'3" 310 Troy (DT)  
  • 95 - Quinnen Williams 6'3" 303 Alabama  (DT) (Legal Issues / Suspension Looming?)
  • 98 - Kyle Phillips 6'4" 277  Tennessee (DE)  
  • 94 - Foley Fatukasi 6'4" 318 UCONN (DE/DT)  
  • 60 - Jordan Willis 6'4" 270 Kansas State (DE)  
  • 97 - Nathan Shepherd 6'4" 315 Ft. Hays State (DE/DT)
  • 56 - John Franklin-Myers  6'4" 288  Stephen F Austin   (DE/OLB?)    (2019 INJURY)   
  • 91 - Bronson Kaufusi 6'6" 275 BYU (DE/OLB?)  (2019 Practice Squad)

Linebacker  (14)  

  • 57 - CJ Mosley 6'2" 250 Alabama (ILB)    (2019 INJURY)   
  • 54 - Avery Williamson 6'1" 246 Kentucky (ILB)  (2019 INJURY)   
  • xx - Jabari Zuniga 6'3" 264 Florida (OLB)  XXX 2020 DRAFT PICK - RD 3  XXX 
  • 53 - Blake Cashman 6'1" 237 Minnesota (ILB)  (2019 NJURY)   
  • 46 - Neville Hewitt 6'2" 234 Marshall (ILB)    XXX RE-SIGNED UFA XXX
  • 58 - James Burgess 6'0" 230 Louisville (ILB)   XXX RE-SIGNED UFA XXX
  • 44 - Harvey Langi 6'2" 250 BYU (ILB)   
  • XX - Patrick Onwuasor 6'01" 227 Portland St. (OLB/ILB)  XXX 2020 Free Agent Signee - Ravens XXX
  • 49 - BJ Bello 6'2" 230 Illinois St. (ILB)  +++ RFA - Re-Signed +++
  • 48 - Jordan Jenkins 6'3" 259 Georgia (OLB)    XXX RE-SIGNED UFA XXX
  • 93 - Tarell Basham 6'4" 266 Ohio (OLB)      
  • 50 - Frankie Luvu 6'3" 235 Washington State (OLB) === ERFA - Re-Signed  ===
  • 43 - Wyatt Ray 6'3" 250 Boston College (DE/OLB?)  (2019 Practice Squad)
  • xx - Ahmad Gooden 6'2" 245 Samford (LB)  (2019 Practice Squad)

Cornerback  (6)   

  • 34 - Brian Poole 5'10" 205 Florida (CB)    XXX RE-SIGNED UFA XXX   
  • XX - Pierre Desir 6'1" 192 Lindenwood (CB)  XXX 2020 Free Agent Signee - Colts XXX
  • 21 - Nate Hairston 6'0"185 Tulane (CB)    
  • 31 - Blessaun Austin 6'1" 198 Rutgers (CB)   
  • 23 – Arthur Maulet 5’10” 190 Memphis (CB)      XXX RE-SIGNED RFA XXX 
  • 35 - Kyron Brown 6'1" 195  Akron  (CB) === ERFA ===   (2019 INJURY)

Safety   (6)   

  • 33 - Jamal Adams 6'0" 214 LSU  (S)  
  • 20 - Marcus Maye 6'0" 210 Florida  (S)  
  • xx - Ashtyn Davis 6'1" 202 Cal (S) XXX 2020 DRAFT PICK - RD 3  XXX 
  • 39 - Bennett Jackson 6'0" 192 Notre Dame (S) XXX RE-SIGNED UFA XXX   
  • 41 - Matthais Farley 5'11" 204  Temple (S)   XXX RE-SIGNED UFA XXX   
  • xx - Anthony Cioffi  6'0" 205 Rutgers (S)   XXX CFL SIGNEE XXX  

Special Teams (4)

Punter    (1) 

  • x - Ian Berryman 6'0" 201 Western Carolina (P) (Off Season Signing - Future Contract)

Kicker    (2) 

  • 9 - Sam Ficken 6'1" 192 Penn State (PK)  === ERFA - Re-Signed ===
  • x - Brett Maher 6'0" 190 Nebraska (PK)  (Off Season Signing - Future Contract)

Long Snapper   (1)  

  • 42 - Thomas Hennessy 6'2" 246 Duke (LS)

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UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS

  • 19 - Trevor Siemian 6'3" 220  Northwestern  (QB)  XXX UFA XXX  (2019 INJURY) 
  • 29 - Bilal Powell 5'10 205 Louisville (RB)  XXX UFA XXX
  • 18 - Demaryius Thomas 6'3" 225 Georgia Tech (WR)   XXX UFA XXX   (2019 INJURY)
  • 88 - Ty Montgomery 6'0" 216 Stanford  (RB/WR)  XXX UFA XXX
  • 68 - Kelvin Beachum 6"3" 303  SMU (T)     XXX UFA XXX
  • 55 - Ryan Kalil 6"2" 300 USC (C)  XXX UFA XXX    (2019 INJURY)
  • 47 - Albert McClellan 6'2" 235 Marshall (ILB)  XXX UFA XXX
  • 40 - Paul Worrilow 6'0" 230  Delaware (ILB)  XXX UFA XXX
  • 45 - Rontez Miles 6'1" 210 California (PA) (S)    XXX UFA XXX    (2019 INJURY)
  •   4 - Lachlan Edwards 6'4" 215 Sam Houston State (P)    XXX UFA XXX

 

 

 

 

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REMAINING NEEDS AFTER 3 ROUNDS OF DRAFT

  1. Cornerback - Backup Quality with Potential - Reggie Robinson, Round 4
  2. Backup QB  - Jake Fromm, Round 4
  3. Backup RB - Eno Benjamin, Round 4
  4. Punter - Joseph Charlton, Round 6
  5. Backup interior OL (Guard/Center) - Nick Harris, Round 5
  6. Maybe another WR? - Quez Watkins, Round 6
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1 minute ago, Warfish said:

I rank need differently:

1. Interior O-line

2. Wide Receiver

3. Backup QB

4. Running Back

5. Cornerback

I believe Tyler Biadasz (C) is still on the Board?  Taking him would really help me like Douglas (and this draft class) alot.

I'm on an Island on this, I know, but I think Fromm (QB) would make a great backup/insurance policy behind Sam for a decade ro so.

Prince Tega Wanogho and Josh Simpson are both still available (OL),either is a great value pickup now.

I honestly don't know who to want at WR, I just want ONE more today :)

And a few CB prospects like Darnay Holmes (UCLA) and Bryce Hall (UVA) would be fine.

 

Been saying the same on Fromm. He would be an ideal backup to Sam.

A smart guy who can come in and run the system if needed, but not someone who is likely to become a legit starter.

Has run a pro-style scheme and has a lot of experience, so could be ready to be the top backup as a rookie - saving a roster spot that would otherwise be used on a guy like Fales.

Plus, you have control of him for cheap for 4 years.

I am definitely on the Fromm in the 4th bus.

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21 minutes ago, Sarge4Tide said:

With 6 picks in rounds 4-6, the Jets still have a need to fill several holes in the roster

REMAINING NEEDS AFTER 3 ROUNDS OF DRAFT

  1. Cornerback - Backup Quality with Potential
  2. Backup QB  
  3. Backup RB
  4. Punter
  5. Backup interior OL (Guard/Center)
  6. Maybe another WR?

Davis should help in the defensive backfield, but CB is probably still the #1 need right now. 

I'd put WR ahead of RB as a need, but like to see both. 

I'd just list OL in general rather than interior OL, and I hope he sticks with his athletic model for whoever he decides to grab. I'd be more than happy with another OT. 

Never expected QB to be addressed in this draft, and still don't. 

That A&M punter is certainly an interesting prospect. On a team like the Jets that's probably gonna have a better defense than offense for the 20th straight year or so, probably more of a necessity than a luxury. I don't mind grabbing specialists late, especially when the team has already added picks and could potentially add more. Finding any starter, even a punter, in the sixth or seventh round is good business. 

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WR is still a need. We need 4 WRs we can trust to start. Right now we only have 3. The other guys are backups.

Interior OL is also a need. We have guys we can trust to start. But let’s add a guy who can hopefully take one of the guard spots.

Corner is the same interior OL for me. We have guys we trust, but let’s hopefully get a guy who can take the spot across from Austin long term. Or compete with Austin for the spot across from Desir for this year.

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13 minutes ago, Warfish said:

I rank need differently:

1. Interior O-line

2. Wide Receiver

3. Backup QB

4. Running Back

5. Cornerback

I believe Tyler Biadasz (C) is still on the Board?  Taking him would really help me like Douglas (and this draft class) alot.

I'm on an Island on this, I know, but I think Fromm (QB) would make a great backup/insurance policy behind Sam for a decade ro so.

Prince Tega Wanogho and Josh Simpson are both still available (OL),either is a great value pickup now.

I honestly don't know who to want at WR, I just want ONE more today :)

And a few CB prospects like Darnay Holmes (UCLA) and Bryce Hall (UVA) would be fine.

 

Id put CB at the top of your list, not the bottom.  We dont really have one so Im thinking unless we have a FA like Ryan with a deal in place we're spinning without one.  I'm not trusting Austin or whoever.  n 

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4 minutes ago, Warfish said:

Our Head Coach DOES seem to really like Fales.  I don't get it myself, but such is life.......

Seems to me he might like him only because he knows the system. 

I'd love to see Morgan or someone taken late in the draft or as a UFA to develop into a real backup QB, not just a guy who knows the system,  

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12 minutes ago, slats said:

Davis should help in the defensive backfield, but CB is probably still the #1 need right now. 

I'd put WR ahead of RB as a need, but like to see both. 

I'd just list OL in general rather than interior OL, and I hope he sticks with his athletic model for whoever he decides to grab. I'd be more than happy with another OT. 

Never expected QB to be addressed in this draft, and still don't. 

That A&M punter is certainly an interesting prospect. On a team like the Jets that's probably gonna have a better defense than offense for the 20th straight year or so, probably more of a necessity than a luxury. I don't mind grabbing specialists late, especially when the team has already added picks and could potentially add more. Finding any starter, even a punter, in the sixth or seventh round is good business. 

He can only keep so many o linemen. He signed 4 and drafted one already.  I’m not liking Winters chances of staying unless we have injuries in training camp.   I think if he drafts another high, it’s got to be a guy who can play both tackle and guard or guard and center.

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3 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

I would like to see us take a RB with the 1st pick today.

We have #120, 125 and 129 in 4th. Think they will be used on 2 WR and one C/G. Could see your RB in 5th, unless there is just crazy value somehow.

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I rank need differently:
1. Interior O-line
2. Wide Receiver
3. Backup QB
4. Running Back
5. Cornerback
I believe Tyler Biadasz © is still on the Board?  Taking him would really help me like Douglas (and this draft class) alot.
I'm on an Island on this, I know, but I think Fromm (QB) would make a great backup/insurance policy behind Sam for a decade ro so.

Prince Tega Wanogho and Josh Simpson are both still available (OL),either is a great value pickup now.
I honestly don't know who to want at WR, I just want ONE more today
And a few CB prospects like Darnay Holmes (UCLA) and Bryce Hall (UVA) would be fine.
 

Definitely agree with Fromm and Biadasz. Fromm is a guy that I could see being In The league for a long time


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3 minutes ago, Bowles Movement said:

He can only keep so many o linemen. He signed 4 and drafted one already.  I’m not liking Winters chances of staying unless we have injuries in training camp.   I think if he drafts another high, it’s got to be a guy who can play both tackle and guard or guard and center.

One guy to watch......Keith Ismael San Diego ST.😎

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16 minutes ago, Bowles Movement said:

He can only keep so many o linemen. He signed 4 and drafted one already.  I’m not liking Winters chances of staying unless we have injuries in training camp.   I think if he drafts another high, it’s got to be a guy who can play both tackle and guard or guard and center.

I tend to agree. I expect at least one more OL, and if JD sticks to taking superior athletes the rest of the way, these later rounds guys should have some natural versatility. That's what I'm looking for, whether they have a C, G, or T next to their name. 

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1 hour ago, mrcoops said:

REMAINING NEEDS AFTER 3 ROUNDS OF DRAFT

  1. Cornerback - Backup Quality with Potential - Reggie Robinson, Round 4
  2. Backup QB  - Jake Fromm, Round 4
  3. Backup RB - Eno Benjamin, Round 4
  4. Punter - Joseph Charlton, Round 6
  5. Backup interior OL (Guard/Center) - Nick Harris, Round 5
  6. Maybe another WR? - Quez Watkins, Round 6

Was just going to post what people thought of picking Fromm as a backup QB in round 4... Think there is good value there. He's much more serviceable than what we have as backups at this point.

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27 minutes ago, Jerichoholic said:


Definitely agree with Fromm and Biadasz. Fromm is a guy that I could see being In The league for a long time


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I like Biadasz a lot bit its possible he is completely off their board because of the injuries. There's a lot of value at OG. So they may go in that direction instead, despite the current depth at the position. 

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Was just going to post what people thought of picking Fromm as a backup QB in round 4... Think there is good value there. He's much more serviceable than what we have as backups at this point.
I could see a team with an older QB like Tampa or Indy taking Fromm.

Given time, I think the kid could eventually become a starter on the right team.
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2 hours ago, mrcoops said:

REMAINING NEEDS AFTER 3 ROUNDS OF DRAFT

  1. Cornerback - Backup Quality with Potential - Reggie Robinson, Round 4
  2. Backup QB  - Jake Fromm, Round 4
  3. Backup RB - Eno Benjamin, Round 4
  4. Punter - Joseph Charlton, Round 6
  5. Backup interior OL (Guard/Center) - Nick Harris, Round 5
  6. Maybe another WR? - Quez Watkins, Round 6

Punter, Braden Mann out of Texas A&M.   My wife's an Aggie, I've watched every game for 2 years, he is insanely good for a punter.  I would draft him in the 5th, I don't care if that's high for a punter, he is that good.

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3 hours ago, Jet Nut said:

Seems to me he might like him only because he knows the system. 

I'd love to see Morgan or someone taken late in the draft or a UFA to develop into a real backup QB, not just a guy who knows the system,  

Shameless upvote for my pick.

I've pimped him in a couple of threads.  Now I hope hes not Hack, lol

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