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    jets 5 rd mock

    I recently participated in a full 5 round mock, as the Jets. Here's how i did.


    PRe deaft assuming they sign one or both Holmes and Edwards. Cro and everyone else walks.

    As the first round unfolded was punting on 3-4 defensive end after the big run. There are several guys I'd rather target in the 6th/7th to replace Ellis (every name below i'd be comfortable drafting 6/7). If Cameron Heyward or someone dropped I'd take him but it was not to be. I kinda ended up with alot of defensive backs. But except for Revis and Leonard it's basically a rebuild situation back there. Feedback welcomed.


    Jets 5 round mock

    1.30 - OLB Brooks Reed, Arizona

    others on the board: Aaron Williams (31), Derek Sherrod (32), Phil Taylor (37), Akeem Ayers (44), Allen Bailey (46), Jabaal Sheard (57)

    San Diego 2.61 Cromartie trade pick turned into DE Sam Acho, Texas

    3.94 - CB Rashad Carmichael, Virginia Tech

    others on the board: Pernell McPhee (97), Sione Pua (99), Austin Pettis (103)


    4.126 - FS Robert Sands, West Virginia

    others on the board: Ahmad Black (127), Pierre Allen (130), Chris Conte (136)

    5.161 - SS Joe Lefeged, Rutgers

    others on the board: Chris Neild (162), Deunta Williams (164), Denarius Moore (165)


    20 Jets target prospects rd 6-7 that were still on board after rd 5.


    RB Noel Devine, West Virginia
    RB Bilal Powell, Louisville
    FB Stanley Havilli, Southern California
    TE Lee Smith, Marshall
    WR Vincent Brown, SDSU

    WR Stephen Burton West Texas A&M
    LB Chris White, Mississippi State
    LB Mike Mohamed, California
    LB Ugo Chinasa, Oklahoma State
    LB Cliff matthews, South Carolina

    LB Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma
    OT Derek NEwton, Arkansas State
    OT David Mims, Virginia Union
    OT Jarriel King, South Carolina
    NT Blaine Summers, Col. Mines

    DE Brandon Bair, ORegon
    DE David Carter, UCLA
    DT Cedrick thornton, South Arkansas
    CB Richard Sherman, Stanford
    FS Eric Hagg, Nebraska

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    Really surprised Ayers fell that far. Would have taken Pua in the tired myself.

    Just curious, where did Heyward go, how far did Bowers slip, and which QBs went in the 1st?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsVault03 View Post
    Really surprised Ayers fell that far. Would have taken Pua in the tired myself.

    Just curious, where did Heyward go, how far did Bowers slip, and which QBs went in the 1st?
    Bowers went 11 to Houston.
    Heyward went Balt 26.
    Wilkerson went NE 28

    Newton, Gabbert only 2 Qbs in the 1st. 5 other Qbs went CIN 34 Mallett, BUF 35 Locker, WAS 41 Dalton, MIN 43 Ponder, SF 45 Kaepernick.

    Ballard went ATL 59
    any other names I can get those for ya. It was fun to participate

    the only guy i feel like I missed was Neild. I thought about him for 3rd and 4th round picks. Robert Sands tho... man he could fit nice in this D.

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    wouldn't be to thrilled with that haul

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    I find it doubtful that our first four picks are all on defense never mind three of them being defensive backs! That is a little overkill even with the "look how many DBs we have under contract currently" argument. Just won't happen. Still interesting though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody56 View Post
    wouldn't be to thrilled with that haul
    +1

    I like both Sands and Carmichael, but not with the 3rd and 4th round picks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Much ado about Nothing View Post
    +1

    I like both Sands and Carmichael, but not with the 3rd and 4th round picks.
    ok guess im the only one who likes these picks... can print up the whole thing... so you guys can say who you would rather have had... the board broke weird at the Jets spot. not a great place to be drafting...


    Round 1 Selected

    1 Carolina Cam Newton
    2 Denver Patrick Peterson
    3 Buffalo Marcel Dareus
    4 Cincinnati A.J. Green
    5 Arizona Von Miller
    6 Cleveland Julio Jones
    7 San Francisco Robert Quinn
    8 Tennessee Blaine Gabbert
    9 Dallas Nick Fairley
    10 Washington Prince Amukamara
    11 Houston DaQuan Bowers
    12 Minnesota J. J. Watt
    13 Detroit Tyron Smith
    14 St. Louis Aldon Smith
    15 Miami Mark Ingram
    16 Jacksonville Cam Jordan
    17 New England(From Oak) Anthony Castonzo
    18 San Diego Gabe Carimi
    19 New York Giants Corey Liuget
    20 Tampa Bay Ryan Kerrigan
    21 Kansas City Justin Houston
    22 Indianapolis Nate Solder
    23 Philadelphia Stephen Paea
    24 New Orleans Adrian Clayborn
    25 Seattle Jimmy Smith
    26 Baltimore Cameron Heyward
    27 Atlanta Mike Pouncey
    28 New England Muhammed Wilkerson
    29 Chicago Torrey Smith
    30 NY Jets Brooks Reed
    31 Pittsburgh Aaron Williams
    32 Green Bay Derek Sherrod

    Round 2

    33 New England (From CAR) Mikell Leshoure
    34 Buffalo Ryan Mallett
    35 Cincinnati Jake Locker
    36 Denver Marvin Austin
    37 Cleveland Phil Taylor
    38 Arizona Kyle Rudolph
    39 Tennessee Rodney Hudson
    40 Dallas Danny Watkins
    41 Washington Andy Dalton
    42 Houston Rahim Moore
    43 Minnesota Christian Ponder
    44 Detroit Akeem Ayers
    45 San Francisco Colin Kaepernick
    46 Denver (From Miami) Allen Bailey
    47 St. Louis Titus Young
    48 Oakland Davon House
    49 Jacksonville Bruce Carter
    50 San Diego Leo Hankerson
    51 Tampa Bay Martez Wilson
    52 New York Giants Brandon Harris
    53 Indianapolis DeAndre McDaniel
    54 Philadelphia Curtis Brown
    55 Kansas City Marcus Cannon
    56 New Orleans Ryan Williams
    57 Seattle Jabaal Sheard
    58 Baltimore Jon Baldwin
    59 Atlanta Christian Ballard
    60 New England Stephen Wisniewski
    61 San Diego (from NYJ) Sam Acho
    62 Chicago Clint Boling
    63 Pittsburgh Ras-I Dowling
    64 Green Bay Jarvis Jenkins


    Round 3

    65 Carolina Drake Nevis
    66 Cincinnati James Carpenter
    67 Denver Daniel Thomas
    68 Buffalo Quan Sturdivant
    69 Arizona Ben Ijilana
    70 Cleveland Chimdi Chekwa
    71 Dallas Marcus Gilbert
    72 New Orleans (from Washington) Dontay Moch
    73 Houston Kenrick Ellis
    74 New England (From Minnesota) Jerrel Jernigan
    75 Detroit Randall Cobb
    76 San Francisco Shane Vereen
    77 Tennessee Mason Foster
    78 St. Louis Jerrell Casey
    79 Miami Ricky Stanzi
    80 Jacksonville Quinton Carter
    81 Oakland Orlando Franklin
    82 San Diego Edmond Gates
    83 New York Giants Will Rackley
    84 Tampa Bay Brandon Burton
    85 Philadelphia Greg Jones
    86 Kansas City Greg Little
    87 Indianapolis Tandon Doss
    88 New Orleans James Brewer
    89 San Diego (from Seattle) Tyler Sash
    90 Baltimore Jalil Brown
    91 Atlanta Chris Carter
    92 New England Kelvin Sheppard
    93 Chicago Colin McCarthy
    94 NY Jets Rashad Carmichael
    95 Pittsburgh Jason Pinkston
    96 Green Bay Demarco Murray
    97* Carolina (Comp Pick) Pernell McPhee


    Round 4


    98 Carolina Lawrence Guy
    99 Seattle (from Denver) Sione Fua
    100 Buffalo Luke Stocker
    101 Cincinnati KJ Wright
    102 Cleveland Greg Romeus
    103 Arizona Austin Pettis
    104 Philadelphia (From Wash) Kendall Hunter
    105 Houston Terrell McClain
    106 Minnesota Johnny Patrick
    107 Detroit Curtis Marsh
    108 San Francisco Shareece Wright
    109 Tennessee Nate Irving
    110 Dallas Marcus Gilchrist
    111 Miami Niles Paul
    112 St. Louis Virgil Green
    113 Oakland Lee Ziemba
    114 Jacksonville Greg Salas
    115 San Francisco (From SD) Charles Clay
    116 Tampa Bay Jon Moffitt
    117 New York Giants Jordan Todman
    118 Kansas City Jerrell Powe
    119 Indianapolis Buster Skrine
    120 Philadelphia Lance Kendricks
    121 Jacksonville (From NO) Dwayne Harris
    122 Buffalo (from Seattle) Joseph Barksdale
    123 Baltimore Casey Matthews
    124 Atlanta DJ Williams
    125 New England Jacquizz Rodgers
    126 NY Jets Robert Sands
    127 Chicago Ahmad Black
    128 Pittsburgh Stephen Schilling
    129 Green Bay DVD
    *130 Tennessee (Comp Pick) Pierre Allen
    *131 Green Bay (Comp Pick) Mark Herzlich

    Round 5
    132 Carolina Kendrick Burney
    133 Buffalo Owen Marecic
    134 Cincinnati Cliff Matthews
    135 Kansas City (From Denver) Brandon Fusco
    136 Arizona Chris Conte
    137 Cleveland Ross Homan
    138 Houston Brandon Hogan
    139 Minnesota Ian Williams
    140 Kansas City (From Detroit) Ron Johnson
    141 San Francisco Cecil Shorts
    142 Tennessee Kris Odowd
    143 Dallas Chris Hairston
    144 Washington Mario Fannin
    145 St. Louis Roy Helo
    146 Miami Jaiquan
    147 Jacksonville Chykie Brown
    148 Oakland Terrance Toliver
    149 Philadelphia Lawrence Wilson
    150 Minnesota (from SD) martin parker
    151 Tampa Bay jah reid
    152 Detroit Delone Carter
    153 Indianapolis Zach Hurd
    154 Philadelphia Chris Culliver
    155 Washington (New Orleans) Brian Stingley
    156 Seattle Pat Devlin
    157 Seattle (From Balt) Demarcus Love
    158 Atlanta Jeremy Kirley
    159 New England Bruce Miller
    160 Chicago Taiwan Jones
    161 NY Jets Joe Lefeged
    162 Pittsburgh Chris Neild
    163 Green Bay David Arkin
    164* Baltimore Deunta Williams
    165* Baltimore Denarius Moore

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    Wow that NE draft scares me. If they land Mikell Leshoure and Stephen Wisniewski in the 2nd!!! I may cry.

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    Very interesting - thanks for posting the full 5 rounds, Bit. It's only when you see a full mock like this that you get a better idea of who might be available for the Jets. The #30 pick is looking like a difficult spot - just after most of the upper level talent has gone, and looking at a load of players who are more 2nd round value than late 1st rounders. Really hoping that the Jets can trade down into round 2 with a team moving up for a late 1st round QB prospect.

    I know it's always easier to draft with hindsight but, had I been picking for the Jets, I would have gone like this:

    1) Akeem Ayers, LB, UCLA - I'm not his biggest fan, but I think he's better value than Reed at this point.

    3) Lawrence Guy, DE, Arizona State - Big, young guy with a lot of talent could make a very good run-stuffing 3-4 DE.

    4) Ian Williams, NT, Notre Dame - Strong, squatty NT with ability to two-gap and stuff the running lanes.

    5) Vincent Brown, WR, San Diego State - I feel like I should take a DB here, but there are quite a few left who could be had later and I really like the value of Brown here. He's the next Jerricho Cotchery.

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    Looking again at how this draft went, I would also have been very happy with:

    1) Akeem Ayers, LB, UCLA

    3) Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville - Absolute steal late in the 3rd. Future star.

    4) Ian Williams, NT, Notre Dame

    5) David Carter, DE, UCLA - Big, mobile lineman could develop into solid 3-4 DE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Wow that NE draft scares me. If they land Mikell Leshoure and Stephen Wisniewski in the 2nd!!! I may cry.
    Both 28 and 33 will be traded, specially if all the qbs are still there at the top of the 2nd. I expect the pats to move up to Detroit to grab Quinn, Fairley, Watt or Jordan, with Detroit moving down to get a LT, St Louis, Jacksonville, and Miami are all set at LT.

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    I don't want to be too harsh, Bit, but I hate this draft.

    The only player you picked that I like is Sands.

    In the 1st, I would have gone with Ayers or Austin.

    I could live with Carmichael, but I'm not a huge fan. I prefer Van Dyke or Marsh

    In the 5th, I would have taken TE Jordan Cameron or maybe Ugo Chinasa as a pass-rush project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    Both 28 and 33 will be traded, specially if all the qbs are still there at the top of the 2nd. I expect the pats to move up to Detroit to grab Quinn, Fairley, Watt or Jordan, with Detroit moving down to get a LT, St Louis, Jacksonville, and Miami are all set at LT.
    eh not as scary what he put down. Even with a trade up no way Quinn or Fairly is at 13 anyway. I can only hope they trade away picks in a top end weak draft like this. Go a head and blow the load to get a top 5 pick for Fairley or Quinn. I will be happy with that. 1 good player is much less scary then the 2 players he gave you as 2nd round gifts and a strong 1st round IMO. Yes please take Jorden lol I want him off the board so he is not there when we pick as well. If the JETS end up with him I will be so mad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    In the 5th, I would have taken TE Jordan Cameron or maybe Ugo Chinasa as a pass-rush project.
    thx again for all the feedback. to be clear Cam and Chin were still available after 5. So i guess they could have been had with the 6th or 7th picks... in theory

    another thing to note if there are really only 2 Qbs going in rd 1 that basically bones the Jets chances of getting a top notch defensive pass rusher.

    I tried to make the best selections possible but we might have to temper our expectations this year. The Jets are not like the Chargers, Pats, Eagles with a boatload of picks. they may be only able to solve a couple problems this draft. I focused on pass rushing OLB, corner for Cro, and the safety position.

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    With so much depth in this draft on the DL, I wish the Jets could have been able to work some magic with our RFA to get some picks this year....that said, it looks like we are only going to be able to trade picks for picks.

    That said, I would like to see the Jets trade back into the early 2nd round, and pick up an extra three and draft basically DL, LB, CB for the first three picks. Hopefully with our 4-6-7 we can go BAP and get some prospects in the WR, OL

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaSteve View Post
    That said, I would like to see the Jets trade back into the early 2nd round, and pick up an extra three and draft basically DL, LB, CB for the first three picks. Hopefully with our 4-6-7 we can go BAP and get some prospects in the WR, OL
    a trade back really is the Jets only hope of getting enough picks to satisfy all their needs. It's possible with all the QBs that didn't go in rd1 that someone would want to trade up to 30 for Locker. That's realistic.

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    I don't mind the double dip at safety at all. Taking two players of one position dramatically increases the odds of getting a starter. Brooks Reed, hmph still don't know what to think of him. Despite the thought that Johnny Jag can start at DE in any 3-4 we need to draft at least one 3-4 DE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti View Post
    thx again for all the feedback. to be clear Cam and Chin were still available after 5. So i guess they could have been had with the 6th or 7th picks... in theory

    another thing to note if there are really only 2 Qbs going in rd 1 that basically bones the Jets chances of getting a top notch defensive pass rusher.

    I tried to make the best selections possible but we might have to temper our expectations this year. The Jets are not like the Chargers, Pats, Eagles with a boatload of picks. they may be only able to solve a couple problems this draft. I focused on pass rushing OLB, corner for Cro, and the safety position.
    Well of course they were still available after 5... there were only 4 picks made after the Jets 5th round choice in this mock.

    Realistically, Chinasa is probably a 6th rounder but he has tremendous upside.

    Cameron could go early 4th and I think he would be both a good value in that spot and would fill hole on the roster immediately. He's one of only a few prospects at the TE position with starter upside. I think everyone in your mock draft missed on that one.

    The double dip at safety is silly IMO. I wouldn't mind it so much in a year where they had more picks. Just doesn't make much sense this year, especially in a pretty mediocre safety class.

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    without a trade down and getting more picks, this is a very tough set of picks to 'impress' the day after the draft.

    I don't see alot of scenarios where the Jets pick 6 times in 7 rounds and Mel Kiper gives them an A grade.

    also liked Lefeged for kick return ability. without Brad Smith that's yet another hole that needs replace

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti View Post
    a trade back really is the Jets only hope of getting enough picks to satisfy all their needs. It's possible with all the QBs that didn't go in rd1 that someone would want to trade up to 30 for Locker. That's realistic.
    I just don't see anyone trading up in front of Pitt, GB for a QB

    I think NE's 1st pick in the 2nd round will be a hot commodity

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