Jets 2024 Mock Draft Roundup: Experts in lockstep on who Gang Green should select

The Jets have plenty of work to do if they want to snap their playoff drought in 2024.

After the arrival of Aaron Rodgers did not go as planned, GM Joe Douglas and the rest of the organization have to figure out a way to not only protect their quarterback to give him as many offensive weapons as possible.

Will they be able to do that? The first step will be at this year's NFL Draft where the Jets have the No. 10 overall pick. And as we see in this latest mock draft roundup, the experts are in lockstep on who Gang Green should select.

Here's what the experts have to say when it comes to the Jets and who they should select at No. 10....

Connor Hughes, SNY

OT Taliese Fuaga (Oregon State) 

The Jets enter this offseason needing two major pieces on the offensive line: Left tackle, and depending on where they decide to play Alijah Vera-Tucker, either right tackle or right guard. It’s highly unlikely Alt or Fashanu fall to No. 10, and without a second-round pick, the Jets aren’t in a position to trade up. Fuaga, whom GM Joe Douglas got an up-close look at during the Senior Bowl, steps in as a Day 1 starter.

Daniel Jeremiah,

OT Taliese Fuaga (Oregon State) 

I love Fuaga's tape from his career at Oregon State. I think we'll see him move up draft boards during the evaluation process. He's massive and powerful. New York's offensive line is screaming out for more help as the Jets look to protect Aaron Rodgers.

Washington Huskies wide receiver Rome Odunze (1) celebrates after a play during the second quarter against the Texas Longhorns in the 2024 Sugar Bowl college football playoff semifinal game at Caesars Superdome

Chris Trapasso, CBS Sports

WR Rome Odunze (Washington)

Odunze to the Jets? Why not? Instant impact type, and a different type of receiver than Garrett Wilson.

Luke Easterling,

OT Taliese Fuaga (Oregon State)

This offensive line needs a ton of help if the Jets want to avoid another serious injury to Aaron Rodgers next season. Fuaga was as dominant as any offensive tackle in the country last season, and he plays the game with a punishing style as both a pass protector and a run blocker.

Eric Edholm,

OT Taliese Fuaga (Oregon State)

The Jets need to add skill-position talent, but the offensive line absolutely must improve in 2024. And this just feels like a prospect general manager Joe Douglas could fall for. Although Fuaga played right tackle almost exclusively for the Beavers, he could be tried at guard if needed.