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With the Senior Bowl behind us and the combine still to come, NFL draft talk is only going to be ratcheted up in the coming weeks and months.  With that in mind, JetNation Radio was joined by Chris Schubert of the draft network to talk all things Jets draft.

Is this really the most important draft the Jets have had in years?  Should they double dip at tight end.  What about other needs such as wide receiver, safety and cornerback?  How will Jets fans react if the team were to go with a safety in the first round with Kyle Hamilton?

All of that and more in the video above.

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Ruckert all day over McBride. The kid has natural hands, moves fluidly and has

the body and inclination to block. The Buckeyes don't rely on the TE as a

major part of their passing game with all the receivers and backs they recruit 

and  Ohio State recruits the best. Jeremy Ruckert was the second ranked TE

out of HS

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5 hours ago, hmhertz said:

Ruckert all day over McBride. The kid has natural hands, moves fluidly and has

the body and inclination to block. The Buckeyes don't rely on the TE as a

major part of their passing game with all the receivers and backs they recruit 

and  Ohio State recruits the best. Jeremy Ruckert was the second ranked TE

out of HS

lots of tight ends later no need to take one early

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11 hours ago, jetsfan8099 said:

lots of tight ends later no need to take one early

TE is a HUGE area of need for this team.  Huge.  What would you draft with four high picks prior to a TE that you think are a bigger area of need?

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11 hours ago, jetsfan8099 said:

lots of tight ends later no need to take one early

The only problem I have with this is if we get cute and miss out on the really good ones. We think the guy we want will be there in the 3rd and he’s gone top if round 2. 

That’s why I want out of the 4 spot. Load up in 2nds and 3rds. 

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17 hours ago, hmhertz said:

Ruckert all day over McBride. The kid has natural hands, moves fluidly and has

the body and inclination to block. The Buckeyes don't rely on the TE as a

major part of their passing game with all the receivers and backs they recruit 

and  Ohio State recruits the best. Jeremy Ruckert was the second ranked TE

out of HS

I agree but I'd honestly be happy with either. Sign a veteran and draft one of those two and they're in a better place than they've been in a long time. 

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17 hours ago, hmhertz said:

Ruckert all day over McBride. The kid has natural hands, moves fluidly and has

the body and inclination to block. The Buckeyes don't rely on the TE as a

major part of their passing game with all the receivers and backs they recruit 

and  Ohio State recruits the best. Jeremy Ruckert was the second ranked TE

out of HS

Like them both but 6-5 over 6-3 tips towards Ruckertt. 

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19 hours ago, jetsfan8099 said:

lots of tight ends later no need to take one early

Take one early and one late.  James Mitchell on day 3 could be a steal but honestly five or six guys I'd be comfortable with as TE2.

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