UDFA Profile: Tristen Hoge

Joe Belic breaks down Tristen Hoge.

The selection of Alijah Vera-Tucker in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft filled a big hole up front, and the offensive line appears better equipped for the season ahead. However, right guard is still up for grabs, and a training camp face-off for the unclaimed spot will continue to be a big story.


TOJ Pod ft. DJ Bien-Aime

Will Parkinson interviews DJ Bien-Aime of the New York Daily News.

On this episode of the Turn on the Jets podcast, Will Parkinson speaks with DJ Bien-Aime of the New York Daily News as they discuss:

– Offseason impressions
– Zach Wilson in person
– Record expectations
– Rookie sleepers to watch
– And so much more!


TOJ Pod ft. Mike Renner

Will Parkinson chats with Mike Renner of PFF on this episode of TOJ Pod.

On this episode of the Turn on the Jets podcast, Will Parkinson is joined by Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus as they discuss:

• Jets draft grades
• AVT Trade
• UDFA’s to Watch
• Which teams hit or missed in the Draft
• Reality TV Star

And so much more!!

UDFA Spotlight: Hamilcar Rashed

Dan Essien profiles UDFA EDGE Hamilcar Rashed Jr. from Oregon State.

The Jets signed EDGE Hamilcar Rashed in undrafted free agency following the 2021 NFL Draft. Rashed joins a completely revamped position group under new head coach Robert Saleh, as the Jets attempt to revive a long-time weak spot with their pass rush.

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UDFA Spotlight Kenny Yeboah

Michael Meegan analyzes UDFA TE Kenny Yeboah.

The Jets needed to add to their TE room and they decided to wait until after the draft and snagged Ole Miss TE Kenny Yeboah as a UDFA.  With the mercurial Chris Herndon and blocking TE Tyler Kroft as the only real players on the depth chart, Yeboah has a legit shot to make this roster.

Yeboah is an athletic TE who really blossomed under Lane Kiffin during his last year at Ole Miss.  Yeboah put up an impressive 29 catches for 524 yards and 6 TD’s in just 7 games.  Yeboah’s best game came against National Champion Alabama where he went for 7 catches 181 yards and 2 scores.

Yeboah is best as a WR when he can attack the seams.  He has really solid hands and a surprisingly  nuanced route tree. Yeboah needs work as a blocker but he displays a lot of effort while blocking and with the right coaching he can really grow.  Zach Wilson has struggled for consistency in attacking the middle of the field and a weapon like Yeboah can really be helpful for him as he tries to improve in that part of his game.

I will never give up on Chris Herndon but I really do hope Yeboah can make this roster because as a tandem I think they can be really exciting.  I think Yeboah is way too talented to have not been drafted and has a clear path to be a guy who can make an impact on this roster.

Draft SZN: Analyzing the first 4 picks + Interview with AVT’s OL Coach

The Draft SZN crew discusses the first four picks of the 2021 draft + interviews Viane Talamaivao, a USC assistant OL coach, about Alijah Vera-Tucker.

On this episode of Draft SZN, Michael Meegan guest hosts and talks with Joe Belic and James Kuntz about the Jets’ first four picks in the Draft: Zach Wilson, Alijah Vera-Tucker, Elijah Moore, and Michael Carter. The last ~15 minutes of this episode feature James’ interview with USC Offensive Quality Control Coach Viane Talamaivao, who speaks about Alijah Vera-Tucker as a player and person.


TOJ Pod ft. Mike DeVito

Will Parkinson interviews Mike DeVito.

On this episode of the Turn on the Jets podcast, Will Parkinson is joined by 9 year NFL veteran defensive lineman Mike DeVito as they discuss:

– Robert Saleh and his potential impact
– Changing a culture
– 2009/10 Memories & Stories
– How good Darrelle Revis was