Scott Mason has an in-depth discussion with Jets Twitter favorite and NFL Draft aficionado Luke Grant about his draft guide, player projections, and mock draft predictions regarding the 2020 NFL Draft!
Episode 654 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason has an in-depth discussion with Jets Twitter favorite and NFL Draft aficionado Luke Grant about his draft guide, player projections, and mock draft predictions regarding the 2020 NFL Draft!
Luke discusses his annual draft guide and then talks about the 4 players most commonly thought to be in the mix for the Jets at #11 overall: Mekhi Becton, Tristan Wirfs, Jedrick Wills, and Andrew Thomas before sharing his thoughts position by position regarding some of the top prospects the Jets could target in a trade down or with their picks in the later rounds. After that, Luke concludes with the grand finale: a chat about his final mock draft of 2020!
Play Like A Jet is a part of the Turn on The Jets Digital podcast network……….
Another day, another #PickSix! This time, we have landed on the tarmac for Draft Week. Team #TOJ continues our draft coverage with the top six Edge Rushers in the 2020 NFL Draft. The New York Jets got nothing from Henry Anderson, and their best edge rusher was Jordan Jenkins. That is a sad state of affairs, and quiet as kept Edge is the position the Jets need to address right after OT and WR.
Like a high throw from Bucs QB Tom Brady to WWE 24/7 Champion Rob Gronkowski that goes off his hands, lets return this pick six.
We, also, continue our #GradeYourMock series where Team TOJ grades a fan-submitted mock.
Joe Caporoso with the 2.0 version of his seven round mock for the New York Jets
We made it to draft week…so what is another mock?
In the past, I have done two versions of seven round mock drafts for the New York Jets because my guess at what Mike Maccagnan would and what I would personally do would be completely divergent. We are going with one version this year, which is a hybrid of what I think may happen and what I’d like to see happen. Here is my 1.0 version from last week…
Joe Belic with a 7 round mock for the Jets…chock full of trades
Joe Douglas is always on my mind whenever I peruse the aisles of my local grocery store: Trader Joe’s. I can’t help but to think about Joe’s personal draft day shopping list. We’re all familiar with team needs, but how he plans to cook up results is up for debate. Nevertheless, I can’t assume Joe is satisfied with his capital, and he will have to figuratively become Trader Joe as bartering may be the only option to fulfill the checklist. I expect the components to be anything but bland; it’ll take a mix of ingredients to create the perfect recipe for success.
Dalbin Osorio ranks the top offensive tackles in the 2020 NFL Draft and we grade your mock!
As currently constructed, the Jets have the worst starting tackles in football hands down in George Fant and Chuma Edoga. Joe Douglas was smart to sign Connor McGovern, one of the better Centers in the NFL, but the OL rebuild is far from finished. Other than WR, this is the only logical position group to be the pick at 11.
Michael Meegan with a 7 round mock draft for the New York Jets…
Michael Meegan with a seven round mock draft for the New York Jets…
Dalbin Osorio ranks the top six quarterbacks and top six running backs in the 2020 NFL Draft and grades out your mock draft…
With the NFL Draft 10 nights away, Team #TOJ is about to kick this thing into high gear with more mock drafts and analysis than you can count. Today, we begin with the top 6 QBs and top 6 RBs in the 2020 NFL Draft. While the Jets would be wise to add a young arm to groom behind Sam Darnold, we don’t expect them to be active in the QB market. However, at RB with Leveon Bell entering what is being assumed is the last year of his deal and no backup on the roster I’d expect that position to be addressed in the draft.
Joe Caporoso with a seven round mock for the New York Jets….version 1.0
In recent years I have done two versions of seven round mock drafts for the New York Jets because my guess at what Mike Maccagnan would and what I would personally do would always be very divergent. I am going to stick with one version this year which is a hybrid of what I think will happen and what I’d like to see happen…
BADLANDS: Connor Rogers with his New York Jets 7 Round Mock Draft, Version 1.0…
Along with ten part New York Jets audio docuseries, and rolling weekly podcasts on free agency and the NFL Draft (we have had four so far), our Badlands premium subscription is gong to exclusively host Connor Rogers New York Jets NFL Draft writing. Sign up below to access it all, for only a one time $9.99 payment that covers you for the next 12 months…
SIGN UP FOR BADLANDS
The Jets have a total of 8 picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, with four of them being in the top 80 selections. With pressing needs across the board including but not limited to offensive tackle, cornerback, edge pass rush and wide receiver, Joe Douglas has a huge first draft ahead of him.
Here’s one realistic scenario of how the picks could play out in a few weeks.
Mock drafts have emerged as the lifeblood of the draft season craze. Various scenarios can, in a heartbeat, not only make one feel uplifted but also discouraged. With that said, I hope this particular piece evokes the former and leaves you with an optimistic view of what’s to come.
Note: I understand most fans, including myself, covet the “Big Four,” but we need to prepare for the likelihood that they won’t be available. In this particular outline, I have the Jets trading down. While I recognize it might not be the desired option by some, it yields the Jets some extra picks and the ability to address other needs.