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    Remaining picks?

    O.K., after all the trades, what picks to we still have this year and how many did we pick up for next year? I totally lost track during the draft, kids and all.

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    The Jets have four picks remaining when the draft resumes tomorrow. 2 picks in the 4th round (#103 and 117), a pick in the 5th (#138) and one in the 7th (220).

    They're also getting a second round pick (to be determined) in next year's Draft.

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    Round 4 - 103/117
    Round 5 138

    picked up a 2nd round next year

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    103 and 117 in the fourth round, 138 in the 5th, and 220 from the Eagles.

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    Thanks guys.

    How valuable an asset do you think that 07 #2 pick will be next year? I hated the 3rd round, but I do like picking up high picks for next years draft. #2s are pretty valuable picks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jersey joe
    Thanks guys.

    How valuable an asset do you think that 07 #2 pick will be next year? I hated the 3rd round, but I do like picking up high picks for next years draft. #2s are pretty valuable picks.
    We'll probably get a mid-round second pick. No lower then # 15.

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    I thought we picked up a 7th rounder....?

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    With 2 picks in the 4th round #103 and 117, one in the 5th #138 we should still be able to get some depth for this team. I would think they would go for a DT, maybe another LB. Maybe a Guard? Who knows, this is a blast trying to get into Mangini and Schottenheim and Tannenbaums heads.

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    I pray Watson makes it to our first 4th round pick. He was the pick over Smith who we could have gotten later. I also liked Calhoun over trading back for Schlagel. If we had made those two picks I would have called this an A draft. On the other hand I bet mangini and Tannenbaum know more than me, so I will have faith in them and their choice of two obvious system guys over the better athletes in the 3rd round.

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    There are still some decent players left. I think theres a guard who was projected to go 2-3rd round Max Jean-Gilles he is 6'4 356lbs. Could be a good pick up but he needs to lose weight. And theres also Gabe Watson 6'3 340lb NT who would be ideal for our 3-4 defense.

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    My 2nd round thoughts

    103. Gabe Watson, Michigan DT or Max Jean-Gilles, OG, Georgia
    117. Alan Zemaitis, Penn State CB or Ryan O'Callaghan G
    138. Julian Jenkins DE Stanford or Mark Anderson DE Bama or Jason Avant WR
    220. any of the above or Rob Sims, Ohio State G or Kudla DE Ohio State

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    What happened to the sixth rounder in this years draft that we got from Washington for letting them move up to #35?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugzy
    What happened to the sixth rounder in this years draft that we got from Washington for letting them move up to #35?
    went to Dallas in the move from 53 to 49 for Clemens

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