2022 Jets Mock Drafts

Mock Draft: Which WR, T Do NFL Network, ESPN Have Jets Selecting at No. 11?


NFL Network — Daniel Jeremiah
Round 1, Pick 11: Oklahoma WR CeeDee Lamb
"The Jets need to continue to upgrade the O-line, but they must weigh taking the fourth-best OT versus the top wideout. Sam Darnold needs some dynamic players around him."

ESPN — Mel Kiper Jr.
Round 1, Pick 11: Alabama T Jedrick Wills
"I thought about CeeDee Lamb here, but ultimately this class is much deeper with wide receivers than it is with offensive tackles. And if the Jets can get a starting tackle with Wills and address the receiver position in Round 2 (No. 48), that's better than the inverse. They could get two immediate starters in the top 50 picks. According to my friends at ESPN Stats & Information, the Crimson Tide averaged 7.7 yards per rush outside the right tackle in 2019, which ranked third in the FBS. Wills would help get Le'Veon Bell going."

Round 2, Pick 48: Notre Dame WR Chase Claypool
"Robby Anderson is gone, and Breshad Perriman and Jamison Crowder sit atop the Jets' wide receiver depth chart. Let's give Sam Darnold more weapons so Adam Gase can fully evaluate the third-year quarterback. The 6-foot-4, 238-pound Claypool lit up the combine with a 4.42 40 and 40.5-inch vertical, and he has a high ceiling if he can get in the right situation. He'd get early reps in New York."

NFL Network — Bucky Brooks
Round 1, Pick 11: Oklahoma WR CeeDee Lamb
"Joe Douglas has to put more playmakers around Sam Darnold to help the QB1 take another step in his development."

NFL Network — Peter Schrager
Round 1, Pick 11: Louisville T Mekhi Becton
"If Wills, Wirfs, Becton or Andrew Thomas is still on the board at No. 11, I believe the Jets will go offensive line over wide receiver. A mountain of a man who measured in at 6-foot-7, tipped the scales at 364 pounds and ran a 5.1 40-yard dash, Becton would be the left (or right) tackle to protect Sam Darnold."

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