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Who are some of the best NCAA players (prospects) that as Jet fans we aren't talking about...?


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I'll start it off with...

ELIJAH MOORE. WR (5'9/185 lbs). Ole Miss (same school as D.K Metcalf). 

We've all been talking up the likes of WR's such as Chase (LSU), TE Pitts (Florida), Waddle (Alabama), Smith (Alabama), Marshall Jr. (LSU), Batemam (Minnesota), Moore (Purdue) and Wallace (Oklahoma State) etc, etc. 

But it's really been Elijah Moore who's not only dominating the SEC but also leads the entire Country/Nation in both Receptions (86) and Receiving Yards (1,193) along with ranking top 10 in TD Receptions @ 9th overall (8); 0 Fumbles as well. 

He's played 8 games this year with a mind boggling and eye opening 7 games being of at least 10+ receptions and every game except for two has been of at least 113+ receiving yards (three games of 225+ receiving yards?!?) and just look at what he's done against two top 5 teams in Alabama and Florida; it's absolutely nuts. 

I keep heading into games as a Najee Harris/Devonta Smith and Kyle Pitts fan but yet keep walking away asking myself who is this guy and why aren't we as Jet fans absolutely raving about this kid when he's been (by far) the most dominating WR in the Country within an elite SEC Conference?!?

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I'm not even seeing this kid mocked within the first two rounds? He's by far my #1 pick with the first pick of the 3rd round if he's still available (and that's even if we draft one of the bigger name WR's throughout the first two rounds)...

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Sage Surratt is actually my favorite WR in this draft. A specimen physically, he consistently breaks tackles and has an unbelievable ability to track the deep ball and win contested battles. He opted out this year and played at Wake Forest so he's flying under the radar but he will be one with zero bust potential in the NFL and I predict will make multiple pro bowls. He will probably remind Jets fans of a bigger, stronger Jerricho Cotchery. Can be had in the 2nd or 3rd round currently. 

 

 

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** Also Sage's brother, Chazz, is one of the best inside linebackers in college football at North Carolina and is currently projected as a 2nd rd pick. Very genetically gifted family. It amazes me that we don't hear more about this sibling combination but you will when both are playing in the NFL. 

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8 hours ago, Pointdexter said:

Sage Surratt is actually my favorite WR in this draft. A specimen physically, he consistently breaks tackles and has an unbelievable ability to track the deep ball and win contested battles. He opted out this year and played at Wake Forest so he's flying under the radar but he will be one with zero bust potential in the NFL and I predict will make multiple pro bowls. He will probably remind Jets fans of a bigger, stronger Jerricho Cotchery. Can be had in the 2nd or 3rd round currently. 

 

 

Good find. I remember watching him destroy my FSU defense last year for almost 200 receiving yards and I kept asking myself who the freak is this kid?!? Wake Forest is one of the ACC teams I overlook every season and rarely focus on their players but this kid looks like he can play although I do question his speed, quickness and acceleration on an NFL level...

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11 hours ago, Defense Wins Championships said:

I'll start it off with...

ELIJAH MOORE. WR (5'9/185 lbs). Ole Miss (same school as D.K Metcalf). 

We've all been talking up the likes of WR's such as Chase (LSU), TE Pitts (Florida), Waddle (Alabama), Smith (Alabama), Marshall Jr. (LSU), Batemam (Minnesota), Moore (Purdue) and Wallace (Oklahoma State) etc, etc. 

But it's really been Elijah Moore who's not only dominating the SEC but also leads the entire Country/Nation in both Receptions (86) and Receiving Yards (1,193) along with ranking top 10 in TD Receptions @ 9th overall (8); 0 Fumbles as well. 

He's played 8 games this year with a mind boggling and eye opening 7 games being of at least 10+ receptions and every game except for two has been of at least 113+ receiving yards (three games of 225+ receiving yards?!?) and just look at what he's done against two top 5 teams in Alabama and Florida; it's absolutely nuts. 

I keep heading into games as a Najee Harris/Devonta Smith and Kyle Pitts fan but yet keep walking away asking myself who is this guy and why aren't we as Jet fans absolutely raving about this kid when he's been (by far) the most dominating WR in the Country within an elite SEC Conference?!?

i'm not even seeing this kid mocked within the first two rounds? He's by far my #1 pick with the first pick of the 3rd round if he's still available (and that's even if we draft one of the bigger name WR's throughout the first two rounds)...

Crowder makes what 10-12M?  Would be a nice slot for Trevor and save some gap for an edge.

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7 hours ago, Defense Wins Championships said:

I've never seen him play because I don't watch much of Iowa State but another underrated TE is Hunter Long 6'5/253 lbs out of Boston College; and leads all NCAA TE's in both receptions and receiving yards.

Is Hunter Long, projected second round pick, underrated?

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