Jamal Agnew is a 25 year old wide receiver/cornerback/kick returner with 4.38 speed. He came into the league with the Lions as a cornerback, then was converted to wide receiver. He can provide marginal, back of the roster depth at both positions, but his real utility is on special teams.
Jets hold the No. overall pick, providing an opportunity to reshape the organization with a true blue-chip talent. While it's widely presumed that the Jaguars will take Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence at No.
Robert Saleh has already brought coaches with him from the San Francisco 49ers to the New York Jets. Why not some players as well? The Jets new head coach was asked this week about the importance of signing players in free agency that are already familiar with Saleh's scheme.