But the Jets weren't alone in passing up Smith, who went through the entire first round undrafted. In fact, the West Virginia quarterback left the green room at the draft and went home. Perhaps he should have stuck around, because Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News says the Jets will take a hard look at Smith with their second-round pick (No. 39 overall).
There is also the possibility that Smith could be gone before the Jets pick again at 39, as the Jaguars and Eagles are potential suitors for him, according to various reports and speculation.
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