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Some Impressive Names on Jets List of Undrafted Free Agents

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Every now and then we see announcements of teams coming to terms with undrafted free agents only to have the agreement fall through and the player go elsewhere.  So it’s always important to remember things can change, but here is the current list of players the New York Jets have added as compiled through various sources.

WR Jason Brownlee, Southern Miss: Brownlee is a player who appears to have a knack for making big plays and shows the ability to make some jaw-dropping catches.  We first spotted him in the middle of the 2022 season and thought he would be a player worth keeping an eye on come draft time.  As it turns out, he would go undrafted but land with the Jets.

Watch a few @SouthernMissFB games and you're bound to see WR Jason Brownlee make at least one highlight reel grab. Big play receiver who posted 16 TD's over past two seasons while averaging 15.9 YPC over the course of his college career. pic.twitter.com/LjxZ11rNwj

— Glenn Naughton (@JetsPicks) January 19, 2023

S Trey Dean, Florida: A poor 40 time at the combine likely hurt Dean’s stock but going back to last year he was getting buzz as a mid-round pick.  Dean had a strong week at the Senior Bowl in Mobile and picked up the game-clinching interception late in the fourth quarter.  Given their lack of depth at the safety position, you have to believe Dean has a shot to stick.

UDFA safety Trey Dean reportedly added by the @nyjets. pic.twitter.com/RrMhpTmyUo

— Glenn Naughton (@AceFan23) April 30, 2023

LB Claudin Cherelus, Alcorn State: The 6′ 1” 226 lb Nevada native is a speedy linebacker who ran a 4.54 at his pro day with a vertical jump of 38”.  Cherelus had 54 tackles and 4.5 sacks last season for the Braves.  As is often the case with Jets project linebackers, Cherelus previously played safety.

LB Caleb Johnson, Miami: A former UCLA Bruin who transferred to Miami, Johnson had 48 tackles and 1.5 sacks for the Hurricanes last season.

DL Deslin Alexandre, Pittsburgh: One of many talented players in Pittsburgh’s front seven, we like Alexandre’s chances to stick with the Jets given his ability to provide quality play against the run and the pass.

Have been raving about the players @Pitt_FB has up front since last season. Calijah Kancey (8), Deslin Alexandre (5) and SirVocea Dennis (7) are all going to play on Sundays and could see more than one of them becoming impact players. Jail break run stuff here vs Tennessee. pic.twitter.com/loKHe7DIxc

— Glenn Naughton (@JetsPicks) January 27, 2023

We’ll provide more updates as additional names come in.




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