Planes They have made their plans clear For their first pick in this year’s draft, but there is a lot of ambiguity after that.
This is our first crack in a mock seven-round draft this year. With the help of a typical draft simulation of Pro Football Focus, we went through an experience of what GM Joe Douglas might do in three weeks. Here is our draft:
* Picks gained in forecast trade
First Round (# 2 overall) – QB Zach Wilson, BYU
When the planes Sam Darnold traded on MondayHere, their plans became clearer. The truth is, they’ve been leaning towards Wilson for months. There are questions about his level of competition in college and why he got better in 2020 compared to 2019. The Jets must feel they have the answers and believe Wilson can be the midfielder they need.
Round 1 (No. 23) – anticipated trade with Jaguar
Send pick # 23 overall to Jacksonville in exchange for first-round pick (# 25 overall) and two seconds (# 33, 45) The Jets are well placed at # 23 overall, acquired from Seattle in the Adams beauty trade. They have so many needs that they can fill one here or look forward to coming back and having more options, which is what I chose.
Round 1 (No. 25) * – DL / OLB Jayson Oweh, Pennsylvania
This is one of the more interesting possibilities in this year’s draft. Awa is a physical freak. The 6-foot, 5-foot, 257-pounder ran 4.39 seconds from 40 yards on Pennsylvania State Day. The problem is its production. He had no bags last season with Nittany Lions. If you are crafting a rash pass, this is something that needs to be investigated closely.
Round Two (No. 33) * – W.R. Elijah Moore, Mississippi
Planes Cory Davis is signed to a free agency, But they can still use the assistance extensively, especially with Jamison Crowder entering the final year of his contract. Moore recorded school records with 86 catches for 1193 yards and eight touchdowns in 2020. He led FBS with 10.8 receptions and 149.1 yards per match.
Round Two (No. 34) – CB Ashanti Samuel Jr., Florida
Thanks to my trade, the planes got the first two picks from the second round. After the pass catcher took the first choice, they caught someone to turn off the opposing team’s receptors afterward. Cornerback might be Jets’ biggest need to get into the draft. Samuel gives Jets a potential solution in this post.
Round Two (No. 45) * – RB Travis Etienne, Clemson
Currently, the best player on the Jets is La’Mical Perine, Player of the Year from Florida. He will need some help. Etienne is a possible pick in the first round. I think planes would rather wait until day two of the draft to get her back, and if Etienne is sitting here, They will have to catch it.
Round 3 (No. 66) – OL Quinn Meinerz, Wisconsin Whitewater
One of the stars of the Senior Bowl Week for both his game and his bare stomach, Meinerz is a Grade III star who can fill a huge need for airplanes. Douglas did little to address the offensive line at the Free Agency. Meinerz is a potential answer in sentry where aircraft are weak.
Round Three (No. 86) – LB Jamin Davis, Kentucky
Davis’ stock is going up, and I doubt he’s already reached that long. If he did, he would be well suited to defend Robert Saleh. The Jets need a full back as they go from 3-4-4-3 home defense.
Round 4 (No. 107) – S. Jamar Johnson, Indiana
Marcus May The future is uncertain with aircraftAnd they need some depth of position.
Round 5 (No. 146) – DL Milton Williams, LA
We are in the best player part of the program, and you can never get enough defenders.
5th Round (No. 154) – CB Benjamin St. Ghost, MN
The aircraft added a possible starting angle in the second round. Now, just look for depth and help the special teams.
Round 6 (No. 186) – RB Chris Evans, Michigan
There were some academic issues in Michigan that must be considered before formulating it.
Round 6 (No. 226) – DL / OLB Chauncey Golston, Iowa
He was in favor of a strong defensive line in San Francisco. It needs to add some depth here.