With Zach Wilson looking like the consensus No. 2 pick for the Jets, here's what the experts think they could do with the 23rd overall pick.
That figures to start very quickly, as New York’s No. overall selection will undoubtedly be used to draft the future franchise quarterback. The Jets will still be very active beyond that on night one, however, with the No.
This one is a tough one to gauge, because we have not heard from any of the Jets’ coaches on what they think of Chris Herndon. It really comes down to their evaluation of the fourth-year player, who has been a disappointment the past two years. If new coach Robert Saleh and offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur are ready to move on, the Jets could draft a tight end in the middle rounds.