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2015 New York Jets Draft

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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (12th) 43DE Randy Gregory Nebraska rJr 6'5 5/8" 245 lbs. 4.76
 

Analysis: Multiple high ranking officials within the Jets organization have stated that QB will not be the teams 1st round selection this year. Well when the smoke clears, Mariota will be available for the Jets at 6 and here is why, The QB rooms in Jacksonville, Oakland and Washington are filled with guys each organization is either excited for following successful rookie seasons (OAK,JAC) or guys the team have heavily invested time and money in and will be given 1 last shot in 2015 (WASH), either way QB will not be their 1st selection. As for Tennessee, demands in a trade will be too high and trade partners will choose to call Tennessee's bluff, allow them to select the best player in the draft (which they want to do) and look for the next potential trade partner at a more reasonable trade up spot. Enter the Cleveland Browns. They are the only team with the ammo to move into the top 5 to select Mariota and after calling Tennessee's bluff, will find a partner in the New York Jets. Cleveland receives the Jets 6th overall pick and one of the Jets two 7th round picks for their 12th overall pick, their 2nd round pick (43rd ovr) their 4th round pick (111th ovr) and their 2016 1st round pick. Cleveland, a team stacked with multiple mid round picks make this trade for their new franchise QB while holding on to their 19th overall 1st rd selection. The Jets slide 6 spots, add 2nd and 4th round picks and will now hold 2 2016 1st round picks to prepare for a run at next years top QB should Geno Smith and Ryan Fitzpatrick not work out in 2015.

As for the Pick: Gregory may seem to be unobtainable at 12. Well consider this, Justin Houston, Kansas City's pro bowl pass rusher failed similar drug tests leading up to his draft and slid to the 3rd round. Also consider the multiple alternative options for teams in the top 12 looking for pass rushers. Shane Ray, Vic Beasley, Dante Fowler and Bud Dupree all have rising stock and will force down Gregory's availability to the Jets at 12.

Randy Gregory Interview 11/13/2013
Randy Gregory vs Rutgers 2014
Randy Gregory vs Michigan St. 2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (5th) OT Jake Fisher Oregon Sr 6'5 1/4" 292 lbs. 5.24
 

Analysis: The Jets have Breno Giacomini who whether his fault or not, put a below average year on tape last season. At 6'6 305 pounds Fisher immediately steps in at RT giving the Jets flexibility to move Breno inside and groom the eventual replacement for aging, all time Jet, D'Brickashaw Ferguson.

Jake Fisher Highlights
Jake Fisher Interview 9/4/2014
Jake Fisher Interview 4/17/2012

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (11th) WR Jaelen Strong Arizona St. rJr 6'3 5/8" 212 lbs. 4.55
 

Analysis: After John Idzik completely blew the chance for the Jets to add a special WR talent in 2014, the football God's have provided new GM Mike Maccagnan with another gifted class and he won't disappoint. Strong has the talent and frame to be a stud WR at the NFL level. He is a bit raw and will welcome the tutelage of Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall early on giving the Jets another immediate weapon in the passing game and replacement for Marshall in the not so distant future.

Jaelen Strong
Jaelen Strong vs Wisconsin 2013
Jaelen Strong vs Washington St. 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (6th) QB Bryce Petty Baylor rSr 6'2 5/8" 230 lbs. 4.64
 

Analysis: Jets need options at QB. Geno Smith has showed limited promise and some awful decision making skills. Journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick adds some stability but is far from an ideal situation. Petty, while not a special talent, can make all the throws, shows touch downfield and is highly effective while in rhythm. Baylor's offense has some similar spread qualities to an offense Chan Gailey has coached before. Petty is also a vocal leader and has many qualities you look for in a QB. At the least, Petty can be an above average backup down the road, much like Fitzpatrick.

Bryce Petty Interview 10/20/2013
Bryce Petty Interview 4/7/2013
Bryce Petty High School Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (5th) MLB Denzel Perryman Miami (FL) Sr 5'11 1/8" 242 lbs. 4.72
 

Analysis: Perryman was the heart and soul of the Hurricanes 3-4 defense. His vocal personality, athleticism and bone jarring hits leave fans comparing Denzel to a combination of Vontaze Burfict and Ray Lewis. Apparently Ray approves of Denzel wearing his famed 52 jersey. Another all pro 52, David Harris will be a perfect mentor for when Ray Lewis can't make it.

Denzel Perryman Interview 9/7/2013
Denzel Perryman vs. Boston College Highlights 2011
Denzel Perryman vs Duke 2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (14th) HB Jeremy Langford Michigan St. rSr 5'11 5/8" 205 lbs. 4.47
 

Analysis: The program who has most recently produced Le'veon Bell is a running back factory. The college production at running back for the Spartans is extraordinary and although ill be happy with any of this years running backs to team with Ivory and Powell, Langford in the 4th seems to be the best value.

Jeremy Langford Interview 8/14/2014
Jeremy Langford Interview 10/16/2013
Jeremy Langford 2-yard touchdown run vs South Florida 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (7th) SLB Jake Ryan Michigan rSr 6'2 1/8" 242 lbs. 4.68
 

Analysis: The Jets have a shortage on inside linebackers and just adding 1 might not be enough. Ryan can come in play special teams and show what he's learned from his 4 years at a major football program like Michigan

Jake Ryan vs Michigan St. 2013

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