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As JD mentioned in his last press conference.  They have 10 players they really like.

So assume the Jets will get 2 of those 10.   This order will change, based on who you take at 4...but to start the draft this is what my board would look like - I go BPA in this order.

What does your board look like?

1 - Hutch

2 - Thib

3 - Okwanu

4 - Williams

5 - Neal

6 - London

7 - J. Johnson

8 - Hamilton

9 - Wilson

10 - Cross

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34 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

As JD mentioned in his last press conference.  They have 10 players they really like.

So assume the Jets will get 2 of those 10.   This order will change, based on who you take at 4...but to start the draft this is what my board would look like - I go BPA in this order.

What does your board look like?

1 - Hutch

2 - Thib

3 - Okwanu

4 - Williams

5 - Neal

6 - London

7 - J. Johnson

8 - Hamilton

9 - Wilson

10 - Cross

You have Hamilton ahead of Sauce?

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32 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

As JD mentioned in his last press conference.  They have 10 players they really like.

So assume the Jets will get 2 of those 10.   This order will change, based on who you take at 4...but to start the draft this is what my board would look like - I go BPA in this order.

What does your board look like?

1 - Hutch

2 - Thib

3 - Okwanu

4 - Williams

5 - Neal

6 - London

7 - J. Johnson

8 - Hamilton

9 - Wilson

10 - Cross

Pretty much same group, couple of changes. Switch Cross with Neal, and take Neal off list. Add Sauce, maybe like 6-7 .

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8 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

Yes.  I have no interest in a CB in the first round.

Hamilton is an elite talent - on a defense that values Safeties more than it does corners.

I liked Hamilton a lot in college  until he ran something close to 4.6 at the combine. That is slow in the NFL. 

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1 minute ago, More Cowbell said:

I liked Hamilton a lot in college  until he ran something close to 4.6 at the combine. That is slow in the NFL. 

Yes, of course.  I heard it was a 4.7 - which is frighteningly low.  

But I've always been one to look at production and not gym stats.  Just like we shouldn't prop up workout warriors - we shouldn't dump on productive players due to a slow 40.

But I totally get where you're coming from...Just this D is ideally suited for a guy like him - big S that can come up and play the run - but also play over the top - very versatile.  

Ultimately, I think he would have more impact on Saleh's D than any corner would.  If this was a Rex D - Sauce would be the guy.

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5 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

Yes, of course.  I heard it was a 4.7 - which is frighteningly low.  

But I've always been one to look at production and not gym stats.  Just like we shouldn't prop up workout warriors - we shouldn't dump on productive players due to a slow 40.

But I totally get where you're coming from...Just this D is ideally suited for a guy like him - big S that can come up and play the run - but also play over the top - very versatile.  

Ultimately, I think he would have more impact on Saleh's D than any corner would.  If this was a Rex D - Sauce would be the guy.

When he is chasing Waddle and Hill twice a year, you might think differently 

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54 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

As JD mentioned in his last press conference.  They have 10 players they really like.

So assume the Jets will get 2 of those 10.   This order will change, based on who you take at 4...but to start the draft this is what my board would look like - I go BPA in this order.

What does your board look like?

1 - Hutch

2 - Thib

3 - Okwanu

4 - Williams

5 - Neal

6 - London

7 - J. Johnson

8 - Hamilton

9 - Wilson

10 - Cross

Not sure who to remove, but no Devin Lloyd?

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1- Hutchinson

2 - Thibodeaux

3 - J. Johnson

4 - J .Williams

5 - Ekwonu

6- Cross

7 - Neal

8-G. Wilson

9 - Gardner

10 - Stingley

 

No part of Walker see Vernon Ghoulston & no part of London do not see much separation in the NFL.  If top 2 not there at 4,  I would see if we have a trade partner.

 

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5 minutes ago, bla bla bla said:

1. Hutch

2. Thibs

3. Sauce

4. Johnson

5. Walker

6. Karlaftis

7. Williams

8. Cross

9. Ekwonu

10. Neal

The way this plays out - you're probably going corner then edge.

You're okay passing on WR?

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8 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

Yes, of course.  I heard it was a 4.7 - which is frighteningly low.  

But I've always been one to look at production and not gym stats.  Just like we shouldn't prop up workout warriors - we shouldn't dump on productive players due to a slow 40.

But I totally get where you're coming from...Just this D is ideally suited for a guy like him - big S that can come up and play the run - but also play over the top - very versatile.  

Ultimately, I think he would have more impact on Saleh's D than any corner would.  If this was a Rex D - Sauce would be the guy.

My issue is I don't see Hamilton as THAT much better than the guys that should be available at the top of the 2nd. I think a different player than Hamilton in the top 10 combined with a 2nd round safety would net us better players.

It really all depends on how we want to handle WR

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2 minutes ago, bla bla bla said:

My issue is I don't see Hamilton as THAT much better than the guys that should be available at the top of the 2nd. I think a different player than Hamilton in the top 10 combined with a 2nd round safety would net us better players.

It really all depends on how we want to handle WR

Hamilton surely is a controversial one - I like what I've seen from what I've watched, but in his case I must admit I am relying very much on the expert analysis of him.  If he's as good as as most experts are saying and knowing he's a perfect fit for this D - I would take him over a CB, DT or second tier edge.

But yes - I completely get what you're saying.

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Just now, bla bla bla said:

My issue is I don't see Hamilton as THAT much better than the guys that should be available at the top of the 2nd. I think a different player than Hamilton in the top 10 combined with a 2nd round safety would net us better players.

It really all depends on how we want to handle WR

 

 

 

I think Hamilton is a excellent safety prospect but he is not a need that the Jets should fill with our 2 top picks, there are good safties we can draft in second round but they are not in Hamilton class.    I would love to see Daxton Hill slip to us in second round

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