2023 Jets Mock Drafts

Mock Draft: Who Do the Jets Select in 7-Round Projection? 

CBS Sports Has Joe Douglas Taking T, WR in First 2 Rounds; NFL Network Has Florida's C.J. Henderson at No. 11 


CBS Sports — Chris Trapasso
Round 1, Pick 11: Georgia T Andrew Thomas
"Jets GM Joe Douglas knows how vital an offensive line is after his time in Philadelphia. Thomas was outstanding the past two seasons at Georgia and has length for days."

Round 2, Pick 48: TCU WR Jalen Reagor
"Reagor slips into Round 2, and Douglas snatches him to give Sam Darnold a serious downfield and yards-after-the-catch weapon."

Round 3, Pick 68: Boise State EDGE Curtis Weaver
"Weaver is a thick, bendy, decently polished edge rusher who'll be a major contributor for Gang Green as a rookie."

Round 3, Pick 79: Washington OL Nick Harris
"Harris is the most light-footed center in this class, and he lacks length. But Douglas would likely be enamored by his movement abilities after spending time with Jason Kelce in Philly."

Round 4, Pick 120: Missouri TE Albert Okwuegbunam
"Okwuegbunam blew away the competition at his position in the 40-yard dash. He'll provide Darnold with a nice seam-stretching option."

Round 5, Pick 158: Tulsa EDGE Trevis Gipson
"Gipson plays with plenty of pop in his pads and moments of impressive dip around the corner."

Round 6, Pick 191: Ole Miss DL Josiah Coatney
"Coatney is a nose tackle with some burst and pop in his punch to get upfield in a hurry."

Round 6, Pick 211: Kentucky WR Lynn Bowden Jr.
"Bowden is your classic offensive weapon who just spent a season as Kentucky's wildcat quarterback."

NFL.com — Bucky Brooks
Round 1, Pick 11: Florida CB C.J. Henderson
"If Joe Douglas addresses the Jets' offensive tackle situation in free agency, he could grab one of the top cover corners in the draft to solidify a weak spot in the defensive backfield."

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