Jets Ink Two Draft Picks


Jets Ink Two Draft Picks

The New York Jets announced on Thursday evening that they have signed their fifth round draft choice, TE Jason Pociask, and their seventh-round selection in the 2006 NFL Draft, defensive lineman, Titus Adams. The announcement was made by Jets' General Manager Mike Tannenbaum.

Adams, a 6-4, 305-pound product of the University of Nebraska was selected by the Jets in the seventh round with the 220th overall pick. Adams was a three-time, All-Big 12 Academic first-team player for the Cornhuskers and a four-year letterman. He was named to the 2004 Brook Berringer Citizenship Team for his work in the community and twice was named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Adams, a native of Omaha, NE, played in 48 games on the collegiate level, making 21 starts and recorded 134 career tackles, 3.5 sacks and two interceptions, returning one of the interceptions for a touchdown.

Pociask, an Indianapolis native and a 6-2, 259-pound product of Wisconsin University, was selected in the fifth round with the 150th overall pick in the 2006 NFL draft. Pociask earned honorable mention All-Big Ten, ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 5 Selection and was an Academic All-Big Ten and the University of Wisconsin's Ivan Williamson Scholastic Award winner.

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