It seems Winston could be a Buc and Tennessee may pass on a quarterback, so Mariota could be around for the Jets at six. He would be a great fit in Chan Gailey's spread offense and has the perfect personality to succeed in New York.
Second Round, 37th Overall- Jalen Collins, CB, LSU
The Jets biggest weakness on their whole roster is corner. Collins has big potential with his length at 6'2 and his play-making skills.
Third Round, 70th Overall- Phillip Dorsett, WR, Miami
Dorsett is a big-time playmaker and is so reliable. He would bring nice depth to the Jets receiving group. I could see him flying up draft boards.
Fourth Round, 105th Overall**- Cedric Ogbuehi, OT, Texas A&M
Ogbuehi was a potential first rounder before he tore his ACL recently. Guard is a big time position of need for the Jets and Ogbuehi could redshirt his rookie season and make an impact in the future.
Fifth Round, 134th Overall- Tony Washington, OLB, Oregon
Washington put up big numbers at Oregon and just needs to bulk up a bit if he wants some more attention. Outside backer is still a position of need for the Jets.
Sixth Round, 165h Overall- Adrian Amos, FS, Penn State
The Jets need a safety to plug in next to Calvin Pryor and Amos could develop into that type of guy. He is well-built at 6'1 and has some really good physical tools.
Seventh Round, 198th Overall- Kyle Christey, P, Florida
Ryan Quigley had a pretty good season for the Jets, but the team could use some competition for him. Christey is one of the best in the nation.