I love DIon Jordan. He has the physical stature and the skills to become an elite player in the NFL. He has 5 sacks and 10.5 tackles for loss in 2012. The only problem is he may not around at number nine.
2nd Round, 39th Overall- Giovanni Benard, RB, North Carolina
Benard is aperfect fit for Marty's offense. He is a quick running back and a great receiver at the position. He rushed for over 1,200 yards in 2012 at UNC.
3rd Round, 72nd Overall- Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati
With no Dustin Keller, the Jets need to draft a tight end. Kelce is 6'6 and has good speed. He has received some comparison to Rob gronkowski, even though not as electric.
4th Round, 109th overall- Brian Winters, OG, Kent State
The Jets need help at guard with brandon Moore and Matt Slauson leaving. Drafting Winters could give them a potential starter next to Willie Colon at guard.
5th round, 141st Overall- Zac Dysert, QB, Miami of Ohio
In a weak quarterback class, the Jets should wait until the mid-rounds to draft a quarterback. dysert isn't a big name, but he may have the tools to be a starter for the Jets down the line.
6th round, 178th Overall- Earl Wolff, SS, North Carolina State
Even with signing Dawan Landry, the Jets still need some depth at safety. Wolff is good against the run and could compete for a starting job.
7th round, 215th Overall- Marcus Davis, WR, Virginia Tech
Davis is a reliable receiver and will add some depth to the position.