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Updated Roster after Jets 2022 Draft


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  • Offense - 43
  • Defense - 42
  • Specialists - 4
  • TOTAL:   89 ( 1 open spot)


Quarterback  - 3

  •   2 - Zach Wilson  6'2" 214 BYU (QB)  
  • 19 - Joe Flacco 6'6" 245 Delaware (QB) 
  •   5 - Mike White 6'5" 218 Western Kentucky (QB)  

Running Back   - 7

  • 32 - Michael Carter  5'8" 201 North Carolina (RB)  
  • xx - Breece Hall 6'1" 220 Iowa State (RB)   *** 2022 2nd Round Draft Pick ***
  • 23 - Tevin Coleman 6'1" 210 Indiana (RB)   
  • 25 - Ty Johnson 5'10" 210 Maryland (RB)  
  • 22 - La'Michael Perine 5'11" 216 Florida  (RB)   
  • 36 - Austin Walter 5'8" 202 Rice (HB)   (?)
  • 48 - Nick Bawden 6'2" 245 San Diego St  (FB)  

Tight End   - 7

  • xx - CJ Uzomah 6'6" 260 Auburn (TE)    
  • xx - Tyler Conklin 6'3" 248 Central Michigan (TE)  
  • 85 - Trevon Wesco 6'3" 267  West Virginia  (TE/FB)    
  • xx - Jeremy Ruckert 6'5" 250 Ohio State (TE)   *** 2022 3rd Round Draft Pick ***
  • 83 - Kenny Yeboah 6'4" 250 Mississippi (TE)   
  • xx - Lawrence Cager 6'5" 220 Georgia (TE/WR)      
  • 44 - Brandon Dillon 6'5" 250 Marian (TE)      

Wide Receiver  - 11

  • xx - Garrett Wilson 6'0" 183 Ohio State (WR)   *** 2022 1st Round Draft Pick ***
  • 84 - Corey Davis 6'3" 209 Western Michigan (WR)   
  •   8 - Elijah Moore  5'10" 178 Mississippi (WR) 
  • 10 - Braxton Berrios  5'9" 190  Miami (FL) (WR/KR)      
  • 11 - Denzel Mims 6'3" 207 Baylor (WR)  
  • 16 - Jeff Smith 6'0" 195  Boston College   (WR)     
  • 14 - DJ Montgomery 6'1" 201 Austin Peay (WR)      
  •   3 - Tarik Black 6'3" 213 Texas (WR)    
  • xx - Rodney Adams 6'1" 190 USF (WR)      
  • xx - Keshunn Abram 6'1" 194 Kent State (WR)    (2022 Undrafted Free Agent Signee)
  • xx - Irvin Charles 6'4" 212 Indiana Univ (PA) (WR)    (2022 Undrafted Free Agent Signee)

Offensive Line   - 17

  • 76 - George Fant 6'5" 322 Western Kentucky (T)    
  • xx - Laken Tomlinson 6'3" 315 Duke (G)    
  • 77 - Mekhi Becton 6'7" 365 Louisville (T)   
  • 75 - Alijah Vera-Tucker 6'4" 308 USC (G)   
  • 60 - Conner McGovern 6'4" 306 Missouri (C)       
  • 62 - Greg Van Roten 6'3" 303 Penn (G)     
  • xx - Max Mitchell 6'6" 307 Louisiana (T)   *** 2022 4th Round Draft Pick ***
  • 70 - Chuma Edoga 6'3" 308 USC (T)      
  • 67 - Dan Feeney 6'4" 310 Indiana (G/C)   
  • 69 - Conor McDermott 6'8" 305 UCLA (G/T)  
  • 71 - Isaiah WIlliams 6'3" 295 Akron (T/G)  
  • 68 - Parker Ferguson 6'4" 306 Air Force (G/T)  
  • 78 - Grant Hermanns 6'7" 305 Purdue (T)     
  • xx - Greg Senat 6'6" 305 Wagner (T)   
  • 66 - Ross Pierschbacher 6'4" 315 Alabama (G/C)      
  • 65 - Dru Samia 6'5" 308 Oklahoma (G) 
  • 72 - Cameron Clark 6'3" 308 UNC-Charlotte (G/T)    *** Retired Injury *** ???

Defensive Line  

"EDGE" - 12

  • 58 - Carl Lawson 6'2" 265 Auburn (DE)    
  • 91 - John Franklin-Myers  6'4" 288  Stephen F Austin   (DE)   
  • xx - Jermaine Johnson II 6'5" 254 Florida State (DE)   *** 2022 1st Round Draft Pick ***
  • xx - Michael Clemons 6'5" 263 Iowa State (DE)   *** 2022 4th Round Draft Pick ***
  • 47 - Bryce Huff 6'3" 255 Memphis (DE)    
  • 99 - Vinny Curry 6'3" 279 Marshall (DE)
  • xx - Solomon Thomas 6'3" 280 Stanford (DE) 
  • xx - Jacob Martin 6'2" 242 Temple (DE/LB)  
  • 92 - Jabari Zuniga  6'3" 264 Florida (DE)  
  • 51 - Tim Ward 6'6" 255 Old Dominion (DE)      
  • 55 - Hamilcar Rashed Jr. 6'2" 251 Oregon State (DE)    
  • xx - Bradlee Anae 6'3" 260 Utah (DL)   

"INTERIOR" - 5

  • 95 - Quinnen Williams 6'3" 303 Alabama  (DT)   
  • 98 - Sheldon Rankins 6'2" 305 Louisville (DT) 
  • 97 - Nathan Shepherd 6'4" 315 Ft. Hays State (DE/DT)   
  • 96 - Jonathan Marshall 6'3" 310 Arkansas (DT)     
  • 79 - Tanzel Smart 6'1" 296 Tulane (DL)     

Linebacker  - 7

  • 57 - CJ Mosley 6'2" 250 Alabama (ILB)   
  • 56 - Quincey Williams 5'11" 225 Murray State (LB) 
  • 44 - Jamien Sherwood  6'2" 216 Auburn (OLB)  
  • 45 - Hamsah Nasirildeen   6'3" 215 Florida State (OLB) 
  • 43 - Del'Shawn Phillips 6'2" 230 Illinois (LB)  
  •  9 - Javin White   6'2" 211 UNLV (OLB/S?) 
  • xx - Marcell Harris   6'0" 215 Florida (OLB/S?)  

Cornerback - 10

  • xx - Sauce Gardner 6'3" 190 Cincinnati (CB)   *** 2022 1st Round Draft Pick ***
  • xx - DJ Reed 5'9" 193 Kansas State (CB)   
  • 37 - Bryce Hall 6'1" 202 UVA (CB)   
  • 26 - Brandin Echols  5'10" 180 Kentucky (CB) 
  • 30 - Michael Carter II 5'10" 184 Duke (S/CB)
  • 40 - Javelin Guidry 5'9" 191 Utah (CB) 
  • 34 - Justin Hardee 6'1" 194 Illinois (CB) 
  • 27 - Isaiah Dunn 5'11" 189 Oregon State (CB)  
  • 33 - Zane Lewis 6'1" 190 Air Force (DB / S?)
  • 29 - Rachard Wildgoose 5'10" 191 Wisconsin (CB)   

Safety  - 8

  • xx - Jordan Whitehead 5'10" 198 Pitt (S)   
  • 29 - Lamarcus Joyner 5'8" 185 Florida State (S/CB)  
  • 21 - Ashtyn Davis 6'1" 202 Cal (S)   
  • 41 - Jason Pinnock 6'0" 205 Pitt (S/CB)    
  • 39 - Will Parks 6'0" 200 Arizona (S)  
  • 33 - Elijah Riley 6'0" 205 Army (S)   
  •   1 - Kai Nacua  6'0" 205 BYU (S)   
  • xx - Jovante Moffatt 5'11" 213 MTSU (S)   
  • xx - Tony Adams 6'0" 185 Illinois (S)    (2022 Undrafted Free Agent Signee)

Punter - 1

  • 7 - Braden Mann 5'11" 198 Texas A+M (P)   

Kicker  - 2

  • XX - Greg Zuerlein 6'0" 191 Missouri West (PK)  
  • 15 - Eddy Pinero 6'0" 185 Florida (PK)    

Long Snapper  -1

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

 

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Right now things look good on paper, and it’s hard to not be excited for the future. 
 

I absolutely love the 1-2 punch of Carter and Hall. That’s going to be so much fun to watch. 
 

curious to see if we make some more vet signings now, but love how aggressive Joe was this weekend. 
 

Now?  I pray for health, the rookies and 2nd year players to hit the ground running, and looking forward to what’s to come this season. 
 

go jets

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Really the most obvious spot they would’ve needed depth is linebacker and it seems like despite what we think they mostly like the guys they have.

Defensive tackle another, wonder if JFM will be playing there with the two edges.

Safety they could’ve added but wasn’t necessary. Wonder if another corner besides Pinnock is moving there.

Offensive line depth is okay but I would’ve liked a long term center prospect. Wonder if that’s a UDFA move.

They could add a receiver too but don’t need to.

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10 minutes ago, Warfish said:

The Rebuild is over.  This IS the rebuilt New York Jets.  Any talk of "still rebuilding" should be banned at this stage.

That, more than anything, is now clear.  The entire roster (near enough) is in the JD Era as a JD acquisition.

Now it's time to start putting that rebuilt roster to work!

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Small extra note: 

xx - Lawrence Cager 6'5" 220 Georgia (TE/WR) 

May be an interesting guy in our depth at WR, given we are sorta small at WR.

If a last-cuts battle came down to 6'5" 220 Cager vs, one of the depth mini-mites, I think I'd want to retain Cager just for that size/strength.  

Being led by Wilson/Moore/Berrios, Davis and Mims, we got "small/fast" covered, that extra "big" receiver could prove useful.

 

Very good observation on Cager…it would appear his easiest path to making the team would be at WR.

Our LBs, or lack thereof, is still frightening….but they must have seen something in the guys we got.  Or there will be UDFA or vet additions to come.

We have ALOT of defensive linemen.

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The 3 spots where the Jets might be able to land a decent undrafted free agent are:

  • Linebacker - seems like the obvious choice - there's a spot to be won by somebody at LB (DeMarco Jackson, Appalachian State???)
  • Quarterback - I know it sounds weird, but a talented QB could come in, serve a year on the Practice Squad and then compete for the backup spot in 2023 - might be an appealing sales pitch (EJ Perry, Brown??)
  • Wide Receiver - The right player with the right skill set could come in and compete for a roster spot at WR or at least be certain of a practice squad spot (Bo Melton, Rutgers if he goes undrafted)
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23 minutes ago, Rob Moore said:

Very good observation on Cager…it would appear his easiest path to making the team would be at WR.

Our LBs, or lack thereof, is still frightening….but they must have seen something in the guys we got.  Or there will be UDFA or vet additions to come.

We have ALOT of defensive linemen.

LB are replaced by safeties in Saleh's system... It's not as big of a need as you may think... 

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When you look at the roster, it really makes sense that Douglas used some picks as currency to move abs get playmakers.  We don’t need bodies anymore.  Our depth is the best it’s ever been.  
 

what will be intersecting is there will be some unexpected guys that don’t make the final 53 bc we just have created too much depth. That’s a good thing.  d line is an example; are we going to keep 11? If not there may some surprising cuts. No more room for DBs either.

I guess OL can use a potential depth body abs LB maybe but I think they are high on the two guys they drafted last year.  

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I think in light of Saleh's most recent PC, that we can move JFM inside between QW and Rankins.  Thomas I'm still not sure about.

I think Huff is safe because he is actually pretty good when he's on the field.  Health is the concern with him.

 

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