Continuing our breakdown of the 2014 New York Jets rookie class, Mike Nolan steps into the TOJ Film Room to take an in-depth look at rookie offensive lineman Dakota Dozier. Here is a closer look at Calvin Pryor, Jalen Saunders, Jace Amaro, IK Enemkpali, Trevor Reilly, Quincy Enunwa and Dexter McDougle:
The New York Jets used the first of their three fourth round picks on Oklahoma wide receiver and returner Jalen Saunders. Today we are going to take a closer look at Saunders’ game and where he fits on the team’s roster in 2014 and beyond. In case you missed it, here are previous breakdowns of Calvin Pryor, Jace Amaro, Dexter McDougle, IK Enemkpali, Trevor Reilly and Quincy Enunwa.
The Jets selected their third wide receiver of the draft with the 209th selection – Nebraska’s single season touchdown reception leader, Quincy Enunwa.
Enunwa was a team captain for the Cornhuskers and a focal point of their passing game. While he is certainly a project at this point, he is a skillful player with a chance to crack the Jets roster if he can impress in training camp. Let’s dig in. Continue reading
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio breaks down 7th round draft pick IK Enemkpali
Cole Patterson breaks down the New York Jets second round pick, tight end Jace Amaro. Check out our breakdowns of third round pick Dexter McDougle and first round pick Calvin Pryor. Stay tuned for breakdowns of the rest of the Jets draft picks…
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio continues our breakdown of the New York Jets draft picks with DE/OLB Trevor Reilly.
A week ago I began to rank the Jets 2014 draft picks based on potential, need, and value. After going over the top six, it is time to wrap the series up and take a look at the bottom six. Let’s dig in.
Cole Patterson breaks down New York Jets 2014 draft pick, safety Calvin Pryor