With the Senior Bowl fast approaching, I’d like to give a quick preview of some prospects that Jets fans can familiarize themselves with before practice kicks off down in Mobile on February 2nd. 

Trey McBride, TE - Colorado State

The 22 year old TE is the #1 TE prospect on many evaluators boards and is one of the most sure-handed pass catchers in this class. He is a willing blocker and with his hands, route running and blocking ability, he will be a strong target for the Jets at the top of round 2. 

Jeremey Ruckert, TE - Ohio State

The Long Island native projects as a really good pro tight end. While his target share may have been low on a loaded roster, Ruckert posseses great hands and versatility as well as a toughness that will play well in NY. He’s likely a Day 2 target for the Jets at the beginning of round 3 or beginning of round 4.

Zion Johnson, OG - Boston College

The powerful guard out of Boston College is one of, if not, the top interior lineman prospects in this class. Coming from a power run scheme, the Jets could look to add Johnson on day 2 and play him at Right Guard for the next decade.

Devin Lloyd, LB - Utah

The RS Junior from Utah is a top tier linebacker and athlete in this class due to his ability to move sideline to sideline and be a force in the run and pass game. Lloyd is your prototypical 4-3 OLB and would fit perfect in this Jets defense next to CJ Mosley. He should go somewhere in late Round 1 to early Round 2.

Roger McCreary, CB - Auburn

McCreary is a top tier athlete at cornerback and can play both inside and outside corner. He is a name to watch at the end of Round 1 or early Round 2 with his scheme fit with the Jets and his top of the class hips, quickness and footwork at the corner position. 

Josh Paschal, DE - Kentucky

Paschal, a 6’3", 280 lb EDGE is a very explosive and strong athlete that has both upper and lower body strength. He would be a good scheme fit opposite Carl Lawson in this Jets 4-3 attacking scheme. He likely will be a late day 2 pick or early day 3 pick. Many have compared him to current Jet, John Franklin-Myers.

Cameron Thomas, DE - San Diego State

The powerful and disruptive edge out of the Mountain West is player without too many flaws. He is powerful, strong, and shows both a technical and natural athletic side of his game. Another guy the Jets could look to use a pick on to address the edge position. 

Jahan Dotson, WR - Penn State

The talented big ten WR projects as a somewhat similar player to Jets rookie standout Elijah Moore. Dotson will likely be a late 1st round pick or early second round pick who posses really good short and intermediate route running ability and ability to make the big catch on an explosive play. He has the hands to back up his route running. He could be a potential option for the Jets at pick 35 or 38.

Christian Watson, WR - North Dakota State

The 6’5", big bodied WR is an incredibly versatile player who not only posses legit NFL size but NFL speed. He should run in the 4.4s this spring. He is a WR who could address the Jets need for a big body that Zach Wilson could throw it up too in rounds 3 or 4.