Michael Nania grades Mike Maccagnan’s 2015 draft class, three years later…
Oftentimes, we say that a draft class deserves three years of playing time and development before it can be truly judged. As Mike Maccagnan gets set for his fourth offseason as the Jets’ General Manager, his inaugural 2015 draft class is about to hit its third birthday. With three full seasons of football in the books for that group of six, let’s take a look at how they have performed, and compare that performance level to the expectations for the class following the 2015 draft.
As the Jets move forward towards training camp, how has first round draft pick Leonard Williams settled into Green and White?
It’s nearly three months since USC’s Leonard Williams, in a somewhat surprising turn of events, landed into the Jets’ laps at number six in the draft. Those three months have seen Williams undertake his first spring as a pro; rookie camp, OTAs and mini camp. With a few weeks to go before training camp begins, how has the Big Cat settled into his Green and White Jersey according to himself and those around him?
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TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio predicts the statistics for the New York Jets 2015 draft class
2015 New York Jets first round selection Leonard Williams was one of the more prolific players on the college football platform in 2014. Few expected him to be available past the top five picks, as he is regarded as a game changing defender who can step in the trenches instantly.
So what makes Williams so good? Where does he win? Does it all translate to the NFL, where offensive linemen will be longer, faster, and more athletic? Let’s take a look at the National University Holiday Bowl, the last game of Williams’ college career…
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The New York Jets select Louisville OLB Lorenzo Mauldin with the 82th overall pick in the NFL Draft.
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Dalbin Osorio and Seth Plaut with a dual round 1 mock draft
This is a tandem mock draft between Turn On The Jets writers Dalbin Osorio and Seth Plaut. This mock includes no trades. Seth picked the odd numbered picks and Dalbin offered analysis to those picks, and Dalbin picked the even picks and Seth offered analysis to those picks.
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Connor Rogers with a NFL Draft week edition of Cup of Coffee: Thoughts on the Jets trading back and a mock of the top 15 picks…
It’s finally here: draft week. It is Christmas for NFL fans spanning three days long, now debuting in Chicago for the first time in the history of the league. So what can we expect? Here are some thoughts to keep on your radar for the big event… Continue reading “Morning Cup of Coffee: Draft Week Edition”
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio answers your New York Jets Twitter questions in this week’s #PickSix
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio breaks down who the New York Jets should draft with all of their selections in today’s #PickSix
The New York Jets have six selections in the upcoming NFL Draft, so Dalbin Osorio has decided to launch his new article series, Pick Six, with a full NYJ mock draft. In this series, he will take a look at six relevant topics to the current week and/or answer your questions from Twitter…
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Bob Scarinci on who the third best quarterback in the 2015 NFL Draft is…
I’ve recently been tasked with scouting and grading the three quarterbacks that seem to be in the “second tier” at the position for the 2015 NFL draft. These 3 QBs are Bryce Petty from Baylor, Brett Hundley from UCLA, and Garrett Grayson from Colorado State. Let’s take a look at who is the best of the trio…
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