2022 Jets Mock Drafts

Mock Draft: Which Player Slides to Jets at No. 11?


NFL.com — Charles Davis
Round 1, Pick 11: Ohio State CB Jeff Okudah
"The Jets have a huge need for corners, and the run on offensive tackles before they're on the clock makes this choice simpler. Plus, who expected the best corner in the draft to last this long?"

NFL.com — Lance Zierlein
Round 1, Pick 11: Oklahoma WR CeeDee Lamb
"Sam Darnoldgets the top receiver on the board and a player who can line up inside or outside as he attacks on all three levels."

Sports Illustraded — Kevin Hanson
Round 1, Pick 11: Georgia LT Andrew Thomas
"It's been a decade since the Jets used a first- or second-round pick on an offensive lineman (Vlad Ducasse, 61st pick in 2010). The Jets ranked near the bottom of Football Outsiders offensive line rankings in both run blocking (31st) and pass blocking (30th) in 2019. The team could use upgrades at both tackle spots even though they reportedly agreed to three-year deal with free-agent George Fant. Thomas was a three-year starter at Georgia with experience on both the left and right side."

Round 2 Pick 48: Alabama EDGE Terrell Lewis
Round 3, Pick 68 (via NYG): Notre Dame CB Troy Pride Jr.
Round 3, Pick 79: South Carolina WR Bryan Edwards

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