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Mock Draft: How Will the Jets Address Their 3 Picks on Day 2 of NFL Draft?

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NFL.com — Lance Zierlein
Round 2, Pick 48: Alabama CB Trevon Diggs
"The former wide receiver has some of the best ball skills in this CB class. He will be a welcome addition to a team needing coverage help."

Round 3, Pick 68 (via NYG): Florida WR Van Jefferson
Round 3, Pick 79: Lenoir-Rhyne S Kyle Dugger

The Athletic — Dane Brugler
Round 2, Pick 48: Utah CB Jaylon Johnson

Round 3, Pick 68 (via NYG): Colorado WR Laviska Shenault
"Based on talent, Shenault belongs in the first round. But due to durability concerns, the Jets get a discount and land him in the third. With a left tackle in the first round and a YAC monster here, Sam Darnold will be a happy quarterback."

Round 3, Pick 79: Mississippi State CB Cameron Dantzler

CBS Sports — Chris Trapasso
Round 2, Pick 48: Florida WR Van Jefferson
"Awesome scenario for Jefferson, given that his dad is New York's receiver coach. Van is a stellar route runner who beats press at the line very well."

Round 3, Pick 68 (via NYG): Notre Dame CB Troy Pride Jr.
"The Jets need to bolster their secondary and do so with the lightning-quick Pride."

Round 3, Pick 79: Utah EDGE Bradlee Anae
"Anae is an animal with his hand work and sets a sturdy edge."

Sports Illustrated — Kevin Hanson
Round 2, Pick 48: Colorado WR Laviska Shenault
"Shenault remains an unrefined route-runner, but he turns into a running back with the ball in his hands. With his ability to break tackles, he flourishes in the open field due to his strength, size, burst, vision and elusiveness."

Round 3, Pick 68 (via NYG): Mississippi State CB Cameron Dantzler
Round 3, Pick 79: Utah EDGE Bradlee Anae

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