Pro Bowl safety Jamal Adams has earned a spot on the NFL Top 100 list.
Coming it at No. 37, Adams is making his first appearance on the list, which is voted on by players throughout the League.
The 23-year-old Adams made an impressive pro debut as the Green & White's first-round pick in 2017. Last year he made a sophomore leap — a superb regular season in which he became the first NFL safety since 2000 to rack up at least 100 tackles, 2.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and 10 pass defenses in a season, capped by being named the Jets' Curtis Martin Team MVP and the Defensive MVP as an AFC safety starter in the January Pro Bowl.
Adams was also named AP second-team All-Pro as he led the Jets defense with 13 tackles for loss/no gain, 8.5 tackles for loss and 13 tackles on third/fourth down preventing conversion.
The rest of the list will continue to be unveiled through July 31.