PICK 13- SHELDON RICHARDSON.. VERSATILE 3-4 OR 4-3
=The selling point for Kelly, now in his second year as a Jets personnel scout, was a game against Texas A&M where Richardson dropped back to middle linebacker and spied quarterback Johnny Manziel, the eventual Hesiman Trophy winner and one of the most elusive quarterbacks in college football.
Manziel had his third worst rushing performance ó 12 carries for 67 yards ó of the season.
"He just chased him all over the field," Kelly said. "Then at times, they plugged in right in the A-gap in the SEC and they couldnít block him."
UNDRAFTED SAFETY RONTEZ MILES ANAOTHER GOOD PICK BY JETS
FROM GANG GREEN NATION
=New York Jets
A+ pick: Dee Milliner, CB
Milliner was rated as a top-five talent and some teams reportedly had him as the top defensive player on their draft board. He'll start as a rookie out of necessity and he should do well. Milliner has advanced coverage skills for a first-year player.
Late-round find: Oday Aboushi, OT
The Jets needed to get talent to play on the offensive line and Aboushi was a good choice in the fifth round. He's better than he often gets credit, and could be a tackle or guard.
Undrafted intrigue: Rontez Miles, S
Miles may have to get his Pittsburgh Steelers tattoo surgically removed if he makes the Jets' roster. He could too due to his combination of size and pure athleticism.